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Minnesota Medical Waste: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Minnesota Infectious Waste Control Act, Minnesota Statutes Annotated (MSA) 116.75 to 116.83

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Minnesota Infectious Waste Management Rules: Minnesota Rules (MR) 7035.9100 to 7035.9150

Definitions: MR 7035.9110

Packaging and labeling:

Segregation and packaging: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 1 and MSA 116.78, Subdivisions 1 to 7

Labeling: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 1

Storage:

Storage areas: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 2

Financial assurance: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 7 and MR 7035.9150

Decontamination: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 3

Spill response:

Spill cleanup kit: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 6.A

Response procedures: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 6.B

Disinfecting procedures: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 6.C

Management plans: MR 7035.9130, MR 7035.9140, and MSA 116.79

Commercial transporters:

Registration: MR 7035.9140 and MSA 116.80, Subdivision 3

Transport requirements: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 4.C

Vehicle identification: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 4.D

Generator transport requirements: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 5

Reports and recordkeeping: MR 7035.9120, Subpart 8

Regulatory Agency

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Resource Management and Assistance Division Prevention and Solid Waste Management Section

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Minnesota's regulations for infectious (medical) waste apply to generators; owners and operators of treatment, storage, and decontamination facilities; and to commercial transporters. The regulations do not apply to waste generated by households, farms, or agricultural businesses or to exempted generators.

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