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alone

I go alone in my life, an asexual person, failing in the joys others see, wandering amongst other citizens of the communities alone…

like my lost children, who went to the inside of a vacuum suction tank, mixed like slime with other bodies and then emptied into barrels of medical waste? 13 more words

Disability

Innocence

Where do they go, these children we lose? If sociopaths are made, not born, as I asserted in my other blog, if children come into the world perfect, then their souls must go to Heaven, instantly, as Project Rachel, the Catholic solution to the pain of abortion, asserts. 31 more words

Abortion

From Guest Blogger Brooke Chaplan: Are Hospital Green Initiatives Really Saving Money?

Sustainability is known as the ability to continue something indefinitely and is a widespread theory that many industries are taking to protect and support our fragile environment. 624 more words

Efficiency

Settlement reached over medical waste spilled from Waimanalo Gulch

Four years after heavy rains caused medical waste from Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill to spill into the ocean, a settlement has been reached.

Under the agreement, the government agreed to dismiss all felonies after Waste Management of Hawaii accepted two misdemeanor negligence charges under the Clean Water Act. 116 more words

News

Island Medical Waste

In todays news is an article describing new procedures for disposal of medical waste. Aha, this is exactly what I need to know –  ever since a relative’s visit a few months ago I have had a jar of “sharps” on the kitchen windowsill, between the hand soap and flowers like an ornament or strange experiment.   378 more words

Life In Bermuda

Medical Waste Found in Arkansas River in Eastern Oklahoma

From ABC News, Mar 2015

PAWNEE, Okla. — The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality says medical waste including used vials and syringes has been found in the… 111 more words

Environmental

Dad discovers containers filled with syringes, blood in Arkansas River

TORONTO – An Oklahoma man out for a boat ride on the weekend made a rather gruesome discovery: several biohazard containers filled with used syringes and vials of blood, floating along the Arkansas River. 166 more words

World