Last Friday and Saturday, the Colonnade Hotel in Boston was the site of CleanMed 2001, a conference on how the careful selection of medical supplies can benefit both human health and the environment. The conference was organized by Health Care Without Harm, an organization founded in 1996 to promote reform of environmental practices in the healthcare industry. Speakers from Europe and the U.S. discussed five topic areas in environmentally preferable purchasing: mercury elimination; safer ...

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