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Jennifer Riggi

New York, NY, United States

Member since September 08, 2008

  • Segregation Containers



    These interlocking containers would be made of different materials depending on what they contain and where they are destined to go. I think material segregation in the home and for caretakers is just as important because some materials of medical equipment can be reused and some cannot. Some can be disposed of by other methods than incineration. They will be mass produced and distributed with the medical equipment they are made to contain. Possible materials: recyclable plastic, advanced ceramics, metal, waxed cardboard. Mass Produced as Packaging for Medical Equipment.

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