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DEFINITIONS
BiomedicalWaste: Used herein shall include only those waste as defined by the EPA(Environmental Protection Agency) of the United States of America in 40 CFR 259.30 as regulated medical waste, bio‐hazardous or as infectious. Unacceptable biomedical waste includes amputated extremities, human torsos,fetal remains, pressurized containers; and corrosive, reactive, radioactive,toxic and other hazardous wastes and substances as defined in any applicable Federal, State, County or Municipal Laws,Regulations and Guidelines. STATERULE GA EPD391.3‐4, 01, .06,&15. NO LOOSE NEEDLES, LANCETS OR OTHER SHARP OBJECTS OR BROKEN GLASS: ALL OBJECTS MUST BE IN SHARPS CONTAINERS. NO EXCEPTIONS.

CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
The customer is held wholly responsible that only biomedical waste is placed in boxes/containers. Radioactive or hazardous waste is unacceptable to Biotran Incorporated. Customer shall have sole responsibility for the proper and lawful packaging, labeling, and storage of its biomedical waste. Biotran Incorporated shall be responsible only for the pick‐up of such bagged waste in boxes or containers supplied or approved. If the waste is liquid, it must be in a container approved for transport with the proper absorbent materials. If the customer elects to supply its own containers,the customer will be solely responsible for the construction, labeling, and marking of such containers as applicable by law. Biotran reserves the right to refuse any containers it deems to be improperly packaged. Customer agrees that its storage of biomedical waste shall be confined to an area to which only authorized personnel shall have access on customer’s property. Customer shall provide access to Biotran employees for pick‐up and delivery of all containers. Customer shall hold Biotran Incorporated harmless from all loss, damage and expense, including attorney’s fees suffered as a result of the breach by customer of the provisions of this paragraph.

PAYMENTIS DUE AT TIME OF WASTE PICK­UP FOR ORDERED PICKUPS
Unless prior arrangements have been made with the accounting department: We accept checks and credit cards. The Generator pickup must be confirmed via email or fax,telephone confirmation is not available. A $35.00 late fee will be added to delinquent invoices over 30 days from date of invoice or on returned checks. The Generator agrees that any invoice statements not paid within 45 days from the date of billing will be charged interest at a rate of 1.5 % per month on the total unpaid account balance, pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section 7‐14‐16 and the Generator agrees to pay all interest charged until the account is paid in full. A Generator that has an unpaid balance that is sixty(60) days past due will have a suspended service until the account is paid in full. If there is no waste picked up on the first visit to the Generators facility, a $30.00 set‐up fee is charged for first time delivery which includes a box(es), bag(s), lid, and roll of tape. If the Biotran representative deems the biobox to be improperly packaged, the Generator will have the opportunity to repackage at that point in time. If the Generator elects to have the waste transported without correcting the improper packaging of the biomedical waste, there will be a repackaging fee of $35.00 billed to the Generator at that pickup date.

ATTORNEY’S FEES AND COSTS
If any action or other proceeding is brought for collection purposes for services rendered, customer agrees to pay in addition any amount adjudged due and any amount to which Biotran Incorporated may otherwise be entitled to, and any and all costs incurred by Biotran Incorporated as a result of such action, including any court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees incurred.