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= 1,857 pallets & wood waste = 102 plastics = 9,190 metals = 480 office paper = 25,184 corrugated containers
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Recycling Management Service. This program allows companies to give UPS the equipment for recycling or proper disposal. All bags used to sort small packages purchased are reusable. UPS has purchased 5.42 million reusable bags, eliminating the need for 600 plastic bags per reusable bag. This has reduced 41,400 tons of plastic waste. The packaging used by UPS has been revamped to eliminate bleached paper and to use recycled materials. UPS recycled 18,525 lb of batteries in 2006 with its participation with the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation. Sixty percent of waste produced in the corporate of ces is now being recycled.
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704,526 health-care operations in the United States 15,052,255 employees $1,207.3 billion in annual sales 1.1 tons of solid waste generation per employee Major waste streams: paper, biohazard, food waste, and plastics
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possible. Many hospitals have expanded into long-term and home health-care services, providing a wide range of care for the communities they serve. Nursing and residential care facilities Nursing care facilities provide inpatient nursing, rehabilitation, and health-related personal care to those who need continuous nursing care, but do not require hospital services. Nursing aides provide the vast majority of direct care. Other facilities, such as convalescent homes, help patients who need less assistance. Residential-care facilities provide around-theclock social and personal care to children, the elderly, and others who have limited ability to care for themselves. Workers care for residents of assisted-living facilities, alcohol- and drug-rehabilitation centers, group homes, and halfway houses. Nursing and medical care, however, are not the main functions of establishments providing residential care, as they are in nursing-care facilities. Of ces of physicians About 37 percent of all health-care establishments fall into this industry segment. Physicians and surgeons practice privately or in groups of practitioners who have the same or different specialties. Many physicians and surgeons prefer to join group practices because they afford backup coverage, reduce overhead expenses, and facilitate consultation with peers. Physicians and surgeons are increasingly working as salaried employees of group medical practices, clinics, or integrated health systems. Of ces of dentists About one out of every ve health-care establishments is a dentist s of ce. Most employ only a few workers, who provide preventative, cosmetic, or emergency care. Some of ces specialize in a single eld of dentistry such as orthodontics or periodontics. Home health-care services Skilled nursing or medical care is sometimes provided in the home, under a physician s supervision. Home health-care services are provided mainly to the elderly. The development of in-home medical technologies, substantial cost savings, and patients preference for care in the home have helped change this once small segment of the industry into one of the fastest growing parts of the economy. Of ces of other health practitioners This segment of the industry includes the of ces of chiropractors, optometrists, podiatrists, occupational and physical therapists, psychologists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, dietitians, and other health practitioners. Demand for the services of this segment is related to the ability of patients to pay, either directly or through health insurance. Hospitals and nursing facilities may contract out for these services. This segment also includes the of ces of practitioners of alternative medicine, such as acupuncturists, homeopaths, hypnotherapists, and naturopaths. Outpatient-care centers The diverse establishments in this group include kidney dialysis centers, outpatient-mental-health and substance-abuse centers, healthmaintenance organization medical centers, and freestanding ambulatory surgical and emergency centers. Other ambulatory health-care services This relatively small industry segment includes ambulance and helicopter transport services, blood and organ banks, and other ambulatory health-care services, such as pacemaker-monitoring services and smoking-cessation programs.
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