Pharmaceuticals are classified as Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) hazardous waste when deemed nonviable (returned, expired or damaged). The volume and type of listing can dictate volumes permitted to be stored, generator status and packaging requirements for disposal. Pharmaceutical waste should always be disposed of in an approved hazardous waste container.
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