The Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday that Shawnee Mission Medical Center will pay $83,488 to settle the matter. The
hospital also will provide the EPA with inventories of its solid waste and make quarterly reports for one year on how is it identifying and disposing of hazardous waste.
The hospital is not admitting or denying wrongdoing.
Federal inspectors allege that the hospital failed to conduct weekly inspections of its storage area for hazardous waste, failed to properly mark hazardous waste containers and improperly disposed of hazardous waste.
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