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A. Biomedical Wastes:
1. Storage of biomedical waste on site shall not exceed the period specified by the department, or more than seven (7) days. (Ord. 03-018, 11-13-2003)
2. Biomedical waste, which may release liquid blood or body fluids when compressed or which may release dried blood or body fluids when handled, shall be placed in a #A approved "red" bag marked with the international biohazard symbol, and disposed of by a one inch (1") potentially infectious medical waste transporter, permitted by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
B. Products Coming In Contact With Blood: All products used to check the flow of blood or to absorb blood shall be disposed of immediately after use in appropriate covered containers, unless the disposal product meets the definition of "biomedical waste".
C. Nonbiomedical Waste: Nonbiomedical waste which does not release liquid blood or body fluids when compressed, or does not release dried blood or body fluids when handled, shall be placed in a covered receptacle and disposed of through normal, approved disposal methods.
D. Sharp Objects: Sharps shall be disposed of in approved sharps containers. (Ord. 99-060, 10-12-1999)