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Biohazard Waste Management

 

Providing Custom-  Client Driven Waste Solutions
That Combine Transport Services, Processing & Final Disposal


 Trusted By Local Healthcare Professionals Since 2001

 

  • No Long-Term Contracts Required
  • RMW Service Stability & Price Protection


Value Of Our Regional Affiliates & Regulated Waste Services

  • No Monthly Or Hidden Fees
  • Flexible Service Schedules
  • Licensed - Bonded - Insured

 

 

Regulated Medical Waste Transportation & Disposal Solutions

  • Affordable Full-Service Medical-Biohazard & Sharps Management
  • Straight Box Truck Service - Up To 53' Trailers
  • Smart Expert RMW Solutions
  • Enjoy Cost Reduction With Our Economies Of Scale
  • Value Added RMW Consulting Services

 

 

Minimal Environmental Impact - Sustainable Long-Term Solutions

  • Relentless Commitment For Expert Environmental Solutions
  • Sustainable Strategies - Proven Track Record - Exceptional Value 
  • Increase Awareness - Reduce Cost - Improve Practice Compliance



Expert Regulated Medical Waste Disposal Options

  • Medical Waste
  • Biohazard Waste
  • Sharps Disposal & Management
  • Trace Chemotherapeutic
  • Pathological Waste
  • Pharmacuetical Disposal
Sharps disposal Maryland

Expert Sharps Management: Identifying Sharps Waste

Sharps are objects or devices that have been used in patient care, medical, research, or industrial laboratories. Sharps can be glass, metal, or plastic with rigid corners, sharp edges, or protruding pieces that can slice, scrape or pierce the skin. Sharps may include (but aren’t limited to):

•Acupuncture needles
•Blood vials
•Broken glass or capillary tubes
•Culture dishes and slides
•Exposed ends of dental wires
•Lancets
•Needles, hypodermic and tubing
•Pipettes
•Scalpel blades
•Suture needles
•Syringes with and without needles
•Trauma scene waste that can cut, slice or pierce
•Tubing with needles

When disposing sharps, be sure that you’re compliant with local, state, and federal laws and adhering to the policies and procedures of your facility. Learn how to package sharps waste.

 

How do I package my sharps needle waste?

 1) Place sharps in a puncture-resistant container designed for sharps waste. Do not allow loose sharps in any waste container other than the sharps container.

 2) Securely close the container.

 3) Place disposable containers in the red bag waste or schedule for pickup


Local Medical Waste Disposal & Affiliate Haulers
Serving The Needs Of Regulated Medical Waste For
 All Healthcare Facilities On The East Coast Large & Small

 

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