Environmental, Health & Safety Office

MERCER UNIVERSITY
 

Biohazardous Waste Disposal Procedure

Biohazardous waste consists of:

1. Materials containing human blood, human blood products, human tissue, and/or human body fluids released by accident
2. Other potentially infectious material (microbial cultures, biologics, etc.) released by accident

"Potentially infectious" or "Biohazardous" waste must be handled in a specific manner by trained individuals.
There are two (2) Mercer University departments that are properly equipped and trained
to handle biohazardous waste disposal (from accident cleanup & response) correctly:

The Physical Plant (National custodial contractors)
(478) 301-2900 / Macon Campus
(678) 547-6355 / Atlanta Campus

The Environmental, Health & Safety Office
(478) 301-2544
 

EHSO MU Homepage

Environmental, Health & Safety Office
Patterson Building
1508 College Street
Macon, GA  31207
(478) 301-2544