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biohazardous waste management services

  • Biohazardous Waste Management and Disposal Services

    Biological hazardous waste, also known as biohazard waste or medical waste, refers to biological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily that of humans. This can include medical waste or samples of a microorganism, virus or toxin (from a biological source) that can impact human health. It can also include ...

    By Total Environmental & Safety, LLC based in Hackettstown, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Packaging & Transportation Services

    Sharps Compliance provides the best in USPS-authorized medical waste mailback services for small to mid-size generators. When facilities generate larger quantities of biohazard waste that is not efficiently manageable with mailback, we offer a pickup service. This blended service model permits Sharps Compliance to match the right service at each ...

    By Sharps Compliance, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Medical Waste Disposal Service line

  • Healthcare Facilities Consulting and Management Services

    VERITECH, is a leader in providing service to the healthcare industry having completed more than two-hundred hospital related projects as well as retirement & nursing facilities, assisted living care centers and medical office buildings throughout the United States.

    By VERITECH Environmental Services based in Krum, TEXAS (USA).

  • Waste Audits

    Waste Link audit process provides a comprehensive assessment of waste generation activities, handling practices and removal services. Our intensive waste and recycling program assessment is designed to identify potential changes to current operating procedures that will immediately improve efficiency and reduce your waste expenses.

    By Waste Link, Corp., based in Northfield, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Pathological Waste Disposal Services

    Pathological waste is defined as any recognizable human or animal body part, organs and tissue. If contaminated with radioactive material, such as an animal carcass labeled with tritum, it is not considered medical waste, but radioactive waste, which then cannot be placed into pathological waste containers. Pathological waste is placed in a ...

    By Medasend Biomedical, Inc. based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Regulated Waste Services Service line

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