Jonathan Richmond, PhD
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Infectious Waste Guidelines
1. Richmond, JY, Developing a response to medical waste issues. ASM NEWS 1990;56(8):420-423.

2. Richmond, JY, et al, Contributing author to Biosafety in the Laboratory: Prudent practices for the handling and disposal of infectious materials, Chapter 4, "Safe Disposal of Infectious Laboratory Waste", National Academy Press. 1989. 

3. Richmond, JY, Infectious vs medical waste and the impact of legislation. pp 33-43, Proceedings of a Conference on "Disposing of the Disposables", Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Manufacturers, Cary, NC, 1989.

4. Richmond, JY, Strategies for Managing Infectious Hospital Waste. In A Compendium of the Proper Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials in Health Care Facilities, Eds. D. Huisingh and S.J. Miller, North Carolina State University. pp 239-248, 1987.

5. Richmond, JY, Management of multi-hazard situations, II - Biological hazard perspective. 9th Annual NIH Research Safety Symposium, 1986. 

6. Richmond, JY, Prudent Practices in Hazardous Waste Management. Proceedings of the Third Annual Institute on Critical Issues in Health Laboratory Practice, Safety Management in the Public Health Laboratory. Raleigh, NC pp 37-47, 1985. 

7. Richmond, JY, Chapter 17: Hazardous Waste Management at NIH. In Protecting the Healers: A Guide to the Proper Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials in Health Care Facilities, Eds. D. Huisingh and S. J. Miller, North Carolina Board of Science and Technology. pp 298-305, 1985. 

8. Richmond, JY, Hazardous Waste Management. 8th Annual NIH Research Safety Symposium. 1985. 
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