Before disposal, waste is often sterilized so that waste handlers are not at risk of contracting any pathogens. They are packaged in special biohazardous waste bags or boxes, which denote the possible hazard. Depending on the facility, the waste might be sent to an autoclave, an incinerator, or a landfill.
Most bio-hazardous material is first treated in a steam sterilizer, and they buried in a landfill. However, sometimes if necessary, for things such as pathological waste and infected animals, are incinerated.
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