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MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES
Serving Connecticut’s Sharps Disposal Needs
AdvoWaste of CT is a leading medical waste disposal company in Connecticut. We always maintain full certification with OSHA and also fully comply with CT local and state regulations. Our professionalism ensures that your regulated medical waste in Connecticut is always disposed of and treated properly, and on your schedule as well.
The State of Connecticut provides regulatory oversight for medical waste management, including all aspects of storage, handling, treatment and disposal within your state. The Connecticut State Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Consideration jointly administer the state’s RMW program, each with different responsibilities.
- Biohazard Waste Disposal
- Sharps Container & Red Bag Disposal
- Syringe & Needle Waste Removal
- Expired RX Pharmaceutical Disposal
- Biomedical & Hazardous Waste Management
- Medical Waste Disposal
- Safety Compliance Solutions
- Nursing Homes
- Medical Practices
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Doctors Offices
- Blood Centers
- Hematology, Oncology and Dialysis Centers
- Surgical Centers
- Blood Laboratories
Connecticut Medical Waste Disposal Service Area
Connecticut Medical Waste Resources
|Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
79 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106-5127
|Department of Environmental Protection|
New Fairfield, CT 06812
Phone: (203) 794-9821
|Connecticut Environmental Protection
209 Hebron Rd, Marlborough, CT 06447
141 South St # D,
West Hartford, CT 06110, USA
Phone: (860) 723-7600
State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions
AdvoWaste of CT specializes in the disposal of waste in each category, serving as your facility’s one-stop shop for regulated medical waste removal.
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Connecticut is a state located in the United States. It has a population of about 3,590,800 people. It is located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. Connecticut is with New Jersey and New York as the Tri-State Area. Rhode Island is located to the east, while New York is to the west, and Massachusetts is located to the North. The capitol of Connecticut is Hartford. Connecticut’s most populous city is Bridgeport. Connecticut is the fourth most densely populated state out of all the states in the US. It is the third smallest by area, but it is the 29th most populous state. Connecticut got its name from the word quonehtacut, which means ‘place of long tidal river.’
Some of Connecticut’s nicknames include The Nutmeg State, The Land of Steady Habits, and also the Constitution State. Most of the western and southern parts of Connecticut as well as a majority of the population are part of the New York metropolitan area.
Most of Connecticut has a humid, continental climate, with hot and humid summers to cold winters. Further south will have a subtropical climate.Connecticut will average about 56% of possible sunshine, which is higher than the USA average. This equals about 2400 hours of sunshine yearly. By May to early June the weather will be warm to hot, and by the middle of June there will often be hot and humid conditions throughout the state. Summers are usually sunny, there are frequent thunderstorms during the summer. Sometimes, they will be severe and the state usually averages one tornado per year. In some parts of the state the winters can get as low as 29 degrees farenheit. When it snows in the winter it’s usually anywhere between November to late March.
Finance and insurance are Connecticut’s largest industries. The real estate industry in Connecticut has also been a major industry for Connecticut as well, while Manufacturing is the third biggest industry.
Some notable people from Connecticut include; Charles Dow, who was the founder of The Wall Street Journal. Jackie Robinson, who broke baseball’s “color line,” which contributed significantly to the Civil Rights Movement. Katherine Hepburn was from Connecticut, who was named by the American Film Institute as the greatest female star in Hollywood history. George H.W.Bush the 41st president of the United States grew up in Greenwich, and George W. Bush, who was the 43rd president, who was born in New Haven.
The largest cities and towns in Connecticut include; Bridgeport, with a population of about 144,200 people. Hartford, with a population of around 124,775 people, West Hartford has about 63,268 people, Stamford has a population of 122,600 people, Greenwich has around 61,170 people, New Britain has 73,206 people, Danbury has 80,893, New Haven has about 129,779 people, Norwalk has about 85,603 people, and Waterbury has a population of 110,366 people.