Since its legalization in many parts of the world, the budding marijuana industry has grown significantly over the last few years in recreational and medicinal use. Still, as is the case with any other industry, production and consumption growth also results in more waste as well. Regulations can differ from county to country, and appropriate disposal methods are not always clearly defined.
The correct disposal of vaccine waste has always been a prominent challenge in the pharmaceutical industry. As these are considered to be hazardous pharmaceutical waste, many medical facilities must face the difficulties that can arise with the proper storage and transportation guidelines concerning leftover materials that can still be considered a risk to patient and staff safety. What if there was a solution that could lift some of this burden, without compromising safety and effectiveness?
The correct and safe disposal of medical waste is a challenge that all medical facilities must face, and dialysis centers are no different. In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss the importance of safely handling potentially infectious and hazardous medical waste products such as dialysis waste, and the benefits of using a cutting-edge disposal solution.
When one thinks about cockroaches, “quality source of protein” certainly is not the term that jumps into most people’s minds. Well, whether you believe it or not, cockroaches also have a huge role to play in the growing trend of insect protein farming and processing. In Celitron’s next article, you will learn more about what these advantages are, and what insect protein processing equipment you can use at the site of your cockroach farm!
Running a farm or a slaughterhouse is not an easy business. With strict environmental regulations to follow, as well as potential risks that reduce the yield of consumable products farmers need to be on their toes to keep the business running. One such potential risk is disease, and for those raising cattle, the mad cow disease is one of the greatest dangers they can face.