[Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Decommissioning Process

January 25, 2018 John Peters

NSF/ANSI 49 - 2016 Annex E states that “No biosafety cabinet should be sent to a landfill or a recycling facility as a BSC, it should be disassembled per requirements contained in this section.”

Learn the Biosafety Cabinet Decommissioning Process with this infographic.

Biosafety Cabinet Decommissioning Process

 

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John Peters

Helping educate laboratory professionals about the proper selection, use, and maintenance of capital equipment throughout their lifespan to maximize your results. John Peters is the Marketing Director at NuAire, Inc. with a BS in Marketing with over ten years of experience in the Biological, Chemical, and Pharmaceutical containment equipment industry. John works closely with product engineers, industry professionals, and global standards to translate product specifications and best practices into easy to understand content.

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