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    the term “regulated medical waste” rather than “infec-tious waste” in the MWTA in deference to the remote possibility of disease transmission.5J1 Thus, “medical waste” is a subset of “hospital waste,” and “regulated medical waste,” which is synonymous with “infectious waste”

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    Veterinary Medicine is considering the building of an incinerator to burn 1 or 2 tons of medical waste a day (a combination of research animals and regulated medical waste). The project is expected to cost $3 million, but is being paid for by a grant from a different body8. The third problem.

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