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COUNTY OF MONTEREY

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Nationally Accredited for Providing Quality Health Services

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News

  • BEACH ADVISORY LIFTED: Monterey Municipal Beach, Asilomar State Beach, Carmel Beach at Ocean Ave

    Monterey Municipal Beach, Asilomar State Beach, and Carmel Beach at Ocean Ave were posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 8/13/2018. Follow up samples taken on 8/15/2018 reveal that bacteria have subsided to levels considered safe for recreational contact.

    8/16/2018 4:00:00 PM

  • Vaccinating on Time is Important for Disease Protection

    Parents agree feeding and sleep schedules are important to help keep their children healthy. The same goes for childhood immunizations. Vaccinating children on time is the best way to protect them from 14 serious and potentially deadly diseases before their second birthday.

    8/12/2018

  • Monterey County Health Department Clinics Celebrate National Health Center Week 2018

    Monterey County Health Department Clinics are celebrating Seaside Family Health Center’s 25 years of service as part of National Health Center Week 2018. The celebration is part of a national campaign during the week of August 12th-18h to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s Health Centers and the dedicated staff who bring health care to the medically underserved

    8/12/2018

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Medical Waste Management Program

Biohazard

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday-Friday 8AM to 5 PM

TELEPHONE

831-755-4505

FAX

831-796-8693 or
831-755-4880

 Local  Enforcement Agency

The Monterey County Health Department is the local enforcement agency responsible for administering the State’s Medical Waste Management Program in Monterey County. The program oversees registration requirements for small and large quantity medical water generators and conducts annual inspection of large quantity generators and facilities with onsite treatment.

Encouraging proper containment and disposal

The program also encourages, through public education and awareness, proper containment and disposal of home-generated sharps such as needles, lancets, and syringes. As home-generated sharps can pose a unique public health threat when improperly contained and disposed such as in a garbage container or recycle bin, the public is advised to use sharps containers for containment and approved locations for safe disposal. Please refer to the article Sharps/Medications Disposal.

 Register as a Medical Waste Generator

To apply to register as a Medical Waste Generator in Monterey County, please submit a completed registration application along with the appropriate fees to:

MONTEREY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
1270 Natividad Road, Room 301
Salinas, California 93906

Additional Resources

Document Description
MW Registration Form
Application form for a MW permit

Medical Waste Management Plan

Medical Waste Management Plan for facilities
Mail-Back list for Sharps List of medical waste hauling companies who can receive medical waste for disposal.
Medical Waste Transporter list List of medical waste hauling companies who can pick up medical waste for disposal.

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