"Focus: Health Care" piece on AHR Medwaste Treatment Plant in Pittsfield, a faci
"Focus: Health Care" piece on AHR Medwaste Treatment Plant in Pittsfield, a facility established by the Maine Hospital Association (MHA) last year in an effort to control costs related to medical waste disposal. With just three Maine hospitals still sending their waste out of state, the facility is on its way to its goal of capture all of the biomedical waste in the state. With comments by Tamara Butts, director of business development and administration for the MHA; Ron Vachon, director of facilities at St. Andrews Hospital & Healthcare Center in Boothbay Harbor; and Jack May, CEO of Sebasticook Valley Hospital. With a diagram depicting the process that turns biomedical waste into normal garbage.
Medical wastes, Waste disposal
Bouley, Jeffrey, ""Focus: Health Care" piece on AHR Medwaste Treatment Plant in Pittsfield, a faci" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3832.
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