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How Do I Dispose of Sharps Containers?

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To dispose of sharp containers, you will need the following: container, sharps container, biohazard label, masking tape and a marker. After getting all of these, place the needles into a container that cannot be pieced easily, such as one made from durable plastic or you may get containers designated for sharp items. Then, secure the container, which should also have a tightly fitted lid. Lastly, put a biohazard label to the outside of the container and dispose of the container.
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1. Maintain your sharps container in a safe location and monitor its contents. Dispose of the container when its contents reaches the designated fill line. 2. Place a bio hazard label
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Overview Sharps is a term used to describe hypodermic needles, razor blades, exacto blades, scalpels and broken-glass items such as pipettes and microscope slides. Sharps are classified
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Where California Households Can Dispose Hypodermic Needles: Note: For a definition of the term, sharps waste, see Waste Prevention Terms and Definitions in Waste Prevention World.
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