INFECTIOUS AND BIOLOGICAL WASTE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS


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INFECTIOUS AND BIOLOGICAL WASTE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
10108061010809INFECTIOUS AND BIOLOGICAL WASTE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
GENERAL This chapter is intended for design professionals who work for small-scale biological, commercial, and institutional facilities that could be exposed to any infectious or biological material. It is limited to an understanding of the basics of liquid infectious and biological waste decontamination and relates to the nature of the final effluent that is intended to eventually discharge onto the site and to a public sewer. Typical waste, in addition to laboratory waste, includes liquid animal waste from blood, urine, feces, and other necropsy service…
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Michael Frankel, CIPE, CPD,: Facilities Site Piping Systems Handbook. INFECTIOUS AND BIOLOGICAL WASTE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export