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PATHOLOGY

Pathology waste refers to human or animal body parts identified as being tainted with transmittable agents known to be contagious to humans. Pathology waste must be placed in bags appropriately labeled as biohazardous waste with the international symbol and must be securely tied.

Any secondary containers must be rigid, leak resistant, have fitted covers, and be well kept.Pathology waste falls under the umbrella of medical waste and is subject to hazardous waste requirements.

To learn more about the categories of medical waste,

MBS’s Hazardous Waste Division is a resourceful tool for waste generators who wish to combine all regulated waste streams under one company. We manage essentially every type of hazardous waste.