Biological waste

When producing chemical or biological waste, one needs to comply with a wide range of laws and ordinances regulating the elimination of potentially hazardous products: genetically-modified or infectious organisms must be inactivated, chemically-treated solution must be sorted out, antibiotics can’t be released in the environment if they are not inactivated, etc.

Remember: Always separate liquid waste from solid waste.

More detailed and practical information concerning treatment and elimination of biological waste can be found on:

Any questions? Stéphane Karlen or Camille Freyssenet