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Approved List of Health Departments
Construction & Demolition Debris Landfills
Industrial & Residual Waste Landfills
Infectious Waste Generators (by Health Dept) (PDF) IW Generators (by Health Dept) (XLSX)
Infectious Waste Generators (by Registrant)
Landfills that Accept Animal Carcasses
Landfills that Accept Asbestos
Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
Municipal Solid Waste Transfer Facilities
Scrap Tire Transporters
An alternative infectious waste treatment technology is any combination of methods, techniques, practices, designs, constructions, operations, process and/or equipment intended to treat infectious waste that is not specified in Rule 3745-27-32 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC). An alternative treatment technology may obtain statewide or site-specific approval in accordance with OAC Rule 3745-27-38. Below are tables containing the approved alternative infectious waste treatment technologies with their respective approval letters.
Triumvirate Environmental, Inc.
Chemical treatment with grinding
Clean Waste Systems, LLC
Chemical treatment with grinding (ozone)
Bluestone Medical, Inc
Waste Encapsulation (Thermal Eliminator)
Progressive Recovery, Inc
Alkaline Hydrolysis and Heat
Medical Waste Recovery, Inc
Chemical Treatment with Grinding
Biomedical Technology Solutions, Inc
Steam and Superheated Water
Chemical Treatment with Chlorine and Heat
Steris EcoCycle 10
Chemical Peracetic Acid and Grinding
ABB Sanitec Microwave
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