Biowaste is a waste management company that started in 2008 in response to a growing need for local, low priced, medical waste disposal. We started in Port St. Lucie and now have operations in Tampa for complete statewide coverage. For too long, only a handful of large national companies dominated the industry and enjoyed excessive profits and overcharges at the expense of Florida’s healthcare providers. With guidance from the Florida Department of Health, Biowaste started with sound, compliant environmental practices and took it to the healthcare market with unprecedented success. By charging reasonable, flat rate fees, health care facilities finally had a choice when it came to paying the national company’s excessive charges. Biowaste llc is perfect waste management company to partner with. We have a large clientele base in the collection, transportation, treatment of waste disposal, medical waste disposal and biohazardous wastes.
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- Business Type:
- Service provider
- Industry Type:
- Medical Waste
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
- Year Founded:
Doctors ∙ Dentists ∙ Healthcare Clinics ∙ Home Health Agencies ∙ Rehab Facilities ∙ Cancer Specialists. Nursing Homes ∙ Assisted Living ∙ Hospice ∙ Funeral Homes ∙ Corporate Clinics ∙ Urgent Care∙ Wellness. & Weight Loss ∙ Veterinarians ∙ Cardiologists ∙ Universities and Research Institutions ∙ Any Medical Waste Generators.
Biomedical waste will be handled in compliance with Florida Administrative Code 64E-16 and includes any solid or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans. This includes but is not limited to non-liquid human tissue and body parts, discarded sharps, human blood, human blood products, and laboratory waste which contain human disease causing agents and bodily fluids.Area Served
- Indian River
- Palm Beach
- St. Lucie
- Medical and dental clinics
- Veterinary facilities
- Trauma care centers
- Surgical centers
- Schools, colleges and institutions
- and other institutions that generate medical and biohazardous wastes