General Waste is defined as wastes not contaminated with hazardous chemical, infectious, radioactive or other physical agents. Examples include:
- Office wastes
- Glass and plastic ware
- Uncontaminated biological materials
|Office and Regular Wastes (See Recyclable Waste for paper wastes)
||Place waste in trash receptacle.
- Place plastic bag inside EEM "Glass Only" box or similar puncture proof container.
- When full, seal bag and close box with tape.
|Uncontaminated Animal Bedding
- Place dry bedding in a paper or plastic bag.
Place wet bedding in a plastic bag or plastic-lined paper bag.
- Fill bag 3/4 full; staple or seal with some secure means.
|Office and Regular Trash
||Custodian will remove from your location or take to area dumpster.
|Glass & Recyclable Paper
||See Recyclable Waste.
|Non-Hazardous Biological Materials
- Liquids should be poured down the drain.
- Semi-solid materials should be placed in a bag and disposed in a trash receptacle.
- Solid materials should be placed in a regular trash receptacle, except for glass items that should be disposed in Glass Only box.