And there is the mechanics...
Garbage truck driver crushed while working to repair brakes
Sanitation worker killed after garbage truck backs into him
And other records:
@~@ Remain silent! Drink, Blink, Stretch! Live long and prosper!!
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On Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 10:13:41 AM UTC-4, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Really? Just trash and rotting food waste? No needles, saturated diapers,
prescription medicines, etc?
Are you comfortable that all of these rules are being followed by all
residences and businesses?
All contained in a steel box. When is the last time you had a truck
lose a diaper and it hit you or your car?
I'm not worried.
Are diapers soiled with urine or feces considered "infectious waste"?
Do linens soiled with blood or body fluids need to be treated as
No. Linens are reused and therefore do not enter the waste stream.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Although
soiled linen may harbor large numbers of pathogenic microorganisms, the
risk of actual disease transmission from soiled linen is
negligible…common-sense hygienic practices for processing and storage of
linen are recommended." (From www.cdc.gov/HAI/prevent/laundry.html):
Well, Uuuhh, let me see ... I AIN'T SAYIN' !!!!
I have to mainly avoid stepping in dog s---- all over my
sidewalks. (One of my neighbors has taught his dog to
walk and s---. Makes a mess out of the mailbox clusters.)
I have seen trash trucks "leak". Hopefully it was
water on the outside from rain or washing. Okay,
"let's say" that was what it was.
Why lock the prison compactors? That criminal got what he deserved... he tried to escape and he got what he deserved.
Think of all the money society saved. Then some bleeding heart pisses a lot of it away on locks.
I know we hated to go out for a vehicle fire in one. It all ended being
dumped out and hosed down. Yummy. The company was responsible to reload the
truck. Any red bag or notable hazards got a call to communications for an
environmental response. Took up a lot of volunteers time.
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