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Cremation Services in New York

City Funeral Service : New York's Largest and Most Trusted Online Cremation Service Provider

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City Funeral Service offers cremation in Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk County), and Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam County, New York. For prompt, personal attention, call (877) 274-5152.

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City Funeral Service is proud and honored to offer superior cremation services to United States veterans

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EPA's Hazardous Waste Rule Is Just What The Doctor Ordered

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EPA's Hazardous Waste Rule Is Just What The Doctor Ordered

Law360, New York (September 4, 2015, 10:57 AM ET) -- Gregory W. Blount

John H. Johnson

Karlie Clemons Webb For the better part of a decade, the regulated community, policymakers and regulators have grappled with how best to manage hazardous waste pharmaceuticals. On Aug. 31, 2015, the curtain rose on a new era with the prepublication of a new proposed standard for stemming the flood of pharmaceuticals entering the water supply and streamlining waste management practices to protect the nation’s drug supply. On one hand, pharmaceutical waste falls squarely within the scope of the Federal Resource...
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RCRA Application to Retail Operations & NYS Department of Environmental Conservations Role

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RCRA Application to Retail Operations & NYS Department of Environmental Conservations Role

Contact: Darren Suarez
November 14, 2014

Overview

Recently the Department of Environmental Conservation (Department) convened a meeting of numerous interested parties to discuss retailers, including pharmacies, and their obligations and requirements related to the management of materials considered to be hazardous on disposal.� During the meeting the Department indicated that they will be issuing hazardous waste guidance for retailers in the next month. Additionally, the Department discussed a forth coming letter to retailers to provide them a specific window to come into compliance with the rules and regulations governing hazardous waste handling and disposal requirements or be subject to enforcement.

Background

In the past few years a number of national retail chains and operators have been the subject of hazardous waste enforcement actions.� Violations have typically been associated with the handling of returned, unsold, and off-specification products.�� More recent violations have focused on the proper handling of pharmaceutical waste.

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 42 U.S.C. �6901 et seq was enacted in 1976, with initial implementing regulations promulgated in 1980.� This act, which regulates land-based disposal of hazardous waste, has the goal of reducing waste and encouraging recycling.� RCRA enforcement was initially targeted at waste haulers, and the industrial sector.


US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

Hazardous Waste Compliance In Health Care Settings

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Hazardous Waste Compliance In Health Care Settings

Rita M. Marcoux, RPh, MBA and F. Randy Vogenberg, RPh, PhD

INTRODUCTION

Prescription medications are an important part of maintaining health and improving quality of life for millions of Americans. However, not all medications dispensed to patients are consumed. Appropriately prescribed medications may go unused for a variety of reasons, including: the patient’s medical condition has been resolved before the medication is completely consumed; the patient’s medication supply is not used completely prior to its expiration date; the medication causes an adverse effect and the patient must stop therapy; the medication is ineffective and the physician switches the patient to a different medication; the patient fails to adhere to the prescribed therapy; or the patient dies and leaves behind a supply of medication.Read more

Veterinary Medical Society

Prescription Drug FAQ

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Prescription Drug FAQ

I’m buying a practice and the drug inventory. What do I have to do?

If Schedule II drugs are involved, the veterinarian seller must complete DEA Form 222 to reflect the transfer of controlled substances. The veterinarian and the new veterinarian both keep a copy and the third copy goes to DEA.

If Schedule III through V drugs are involved, the veterinarian seller must prepare a bill of sale and list the name and quantity of each drug being transferred. The seller and the new veterinarian owner keep a copy and the third copy goes to DEA.  

Send DEA copies or call for more information: Diane Gibson, DEA, Group D-145, 99 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011, (212) 337-1593.

My car was broken into and my prescription pad stolen. It has my DEA number on it. I reported the theft to the police. What else should I do?

Call the Pharmacists Society of New York at (800) 632-8822 and tell them where the theft occurred. They will notify area pharmacists to be aware. A DEA number is not required on all prescriptions, only on triplicate prescription forms. In the future, print only your license number on your prescription pads.

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