Personal Medical Waste DisposalJanuary 20th, 2012 | Posted by in Health | Medicine | Safety | Sanitation
It is that time of year. It’s January, the cold has finally decided to bite after a mild fall and holiday season. We just finished reveling with our loved ones and strangers alike. New Year’s kisses were had and inevitably germs were spread. Looks like it is time for your own low scale medical waste disposal to be shored up.
Yes generally we here at City Disposal are dedicated to sharing info about how we manage large and small dumps of medical waste. This week we decided to do something different and give you some helpful, if somewhat obvious, advice about taking care of those soiled tissues while you try and get over that midwinter cold or fever.
First of all, why not try getting your own garbage can. A small waste paper basket will be a great place for you to throw not only your soiled tissues but also all those plastic soup spoons that have been in your mouth.
Of course the best advice for handling personal medical waste disposal is not leaving the house. As soon as you blow your nose in the office or cough on public transportation you are taking the health of everyone around you in your own hands. Get some rest so you can get back to work healthy in no time.