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New Haven Connecticut
MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES
Serving New Haven’s Sharps Disposal Needs
AdvoWaste of New Haven 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 New Haven 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
- Medical Waste Disposal
- Safety Compliance Solutions
- Syringe & Needle Waste Removal
- Expired RX Pharmaceutical Disposal
- Biomedical & Hazardous Waste Management
- Nursing Homes
- Blood Centers
- Medical Practices
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Doctors Offices
- Hematology, Oncology and Dialysis Centers
- Surgical Centers
- Blood Laboratories
New Haven Medical Waste Disposal Service Area
New Haven Medical Waste Resources
|City of New Haven, CT
Address: 200 Orange Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: (203) 946-8346
|City of New Haven Tax Office|
Address: Tax Collector
City of New Haven
165 Church Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: (203) 946-8054
|New Haven Police Department
Address: 1 Union Avenue
New Haven, CT 06519
Phone: (203) 946-6316
|New Haven Fire Department
Address: 952 Grand Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: (203) 946-6300
State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions
AdvoWaste of New Haven CT specializes in the disposal of waste in each category, serving as your facility’s one-stop shop for regulated medical waste removal.
Local Information Call for a free quote (877) 958-9362
New Haven is a city located in the state of Connecticut. It has a population of about 862,477 people. New Haven is the second largest city in the state of Connecticut. It is right after Bridgeport. New Haven was founded in 1638.
New Haven had the first public tree planting program in America. It has produced a canopy of mature trees, this includes some large elms, and these have given New Haven its nickname, “The Elm City”.
New Haven is a notable center for higher education. Yale University is located in New Haven and is located in the heart of downtown. Yale University is New Haven’s biggest employer and taxpayer. It is also one of the city’s best known features. New Haven is also home to Albertus Magnus College, which is a private institute. Southern Connecticut State University is also located in New Haven and is part of the Connecticut State University System. Another school is Gateway Community College and its campus is located in downtown New Haven. Gateway Community College used to be located in the Long Wharf district, but then became one campus downtown in a new state of the art campus. It is on the site of the old Macy’s building and was open for the Fall 2012 semester.
The city is home to the New Haven Promise. This is a scholarship that is funded by Yale University for students who meet the requirements. Students must be enrolled in a public high school for four years, be a resident of the city during that time. They must carry a 3.0 cumulative GPA, and have a 90 percent attendance rate and also must perform 40 hours of service to the city. This was launched in 2010 and there are currently more than 500 Scholars that are enrolled in qualifying Connecticut colleges and universities.
New Haven holds many free music concerts, especially during the summer. Some of these have included the July Free Concerts on the Green, the New Haven Jazz Festival which happens every August, and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. The Jazz Festival, began in 1982 and is one of the longest running. It is a free outdoor festival. Some of the headliners included The Breakfast, Ray Charles, and Elia Cruz. They have brought in 30 to 50 thousand fans and filled up the New Haven Green to its capacity. The Jazz Festival was canceled in 2007. In 2008 it started up again and has been sponsored since by Jazz Haven.
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