If the movies are to be believed, which I suppose generally they aren’t to be, we should all have a healthy fear of biological waste at this point. Between the movie Outbreak in 1995 and last year’s Contagion there has been a steady stream of films reminding us of the dangers of biological catastrophe.
Luckily we live in a country that has extensive rules in place to manage biological waste disposal in ways that are safe and effective at avoiding any of the sorts of pitfalls Hollywood has dreamed up. A company like City Disposal is equipped with all of the proper materials to pick up and safely move any and all biological waste to their plants where they are properly taken care of. They handle everything from sharp needles to bloodborne pathogens that most citizens would just as soon run away from.
So keeping assured that experts in biological waste disposal are always available and that laws are keeping everyone on watch, we can all assume that Hollywood’s fears are a bit overblown. Good thing because if NJ waste disposal went terribly wrong it would only be a short time before it could spread to the Tristate Area and beyond. Now I’m scaring myself.