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Which of the following is categorized as an incineration waste?

(a) Incineration ash

(b) Animal waste

(c) Solid waste

(d) Cytotoxic drugs

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Right answer is (a) Incineration ash

Easiest explanation: Incineration ash comes from any biomedical wastes that is being incinerated and ignited and burnt to dispose of the biomedical wastes. This prevents further contamination but this also creates Incineration ash, which has the potential of causing a disease and hence, it’s treatment is very necessary for the public health, whereas, animal waste contains animal tissue and organs, Solid waste can be any wastes from the hospitals or labs like cotton, blood tubing, catheters etc. and cytotoxic drugs are used and old expired medicines.

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