Biohazard – Infectious waste

Iowa State University defines biohazardous waste as “All biologically contaminated waste that could potentially cause harm to humans, domestic or wild animals or plants. Examples include human and animal blood, tissues, and certain body fluids, recombinant DNA, and human, animal or plant pathogens.”

“Infectious waste is waste that is (or has potential to be) contaminated and can spread diseases, viruses, and bacteria. It is common in places that deal with plant and animal tissues and fluids, pathogens, and recombinant DNA.”

What I want to know is where the hell are all the biohazardous waste trash cans located at?

I haven’t seen any – AND if this blasted virus is so bad… then masks and gloves NEED TO BE PUT in the proper place.

I would hate for all this (potentially) contamination to be continuously spread around.






One response to “Biohazard – Infectious waste”

  1. Sha'Tara Avatar

    We live in a closed environment, so these hazardous wastes are around somewhere. And somewhere they are escaping the trash cans and going about their “evolutionary” business of changing and adapting their environment to suit themselves…😟


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