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What is EPA’s Subpart P for Pharmaceutical Waste?


EPA passed regulations (40 CFR 266 Subpart P) that will affect everywhere pharmaceuticals are sold or administered. These sector specific…

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Non-Creditable HWP’s Simplified


Under EPA’s Subpart P, they define a non-creditable hazardous waste pharmaceutical (NCHWP) as a hazardous waste pharmaceutical that cannot be…

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Potentially Creditable HWP’s Simplified


Under EPA’s Subpart P, they define a potentially creditable hazardous waste pharmaceutical (PCHWP) as a hazardous waste pharmaceutical can be…

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Drug Disposal Made Easy


New for 2020. We have developed a medicine disposal device specifically designed for healthcare facilities to address the issue of…

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My Gas Station Turned Into a Healthcare Facility


Much has been written about EPA’s new Subpart P regulations pertaining to the management of pharmaceutical waste at healthcare facilities….

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EPA’s Nationwide Sewer Ban on Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals


As of 8/21/2019, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has banned the drain disposing or sewering of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals….

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DEA’s Non-Retrievable Standard Simplified


DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) defines their non-retrievable standard as: Non-retrievable means, for the purpose of destruction, the condition or state…

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