Norwalk Connecticut

MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES

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Norwalk Connecticut

MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES

WE WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST PRICE FOR A SET SCHEDULED OR ON CALL PICKUP.

Serving Norwalk's Sharps Disposal Needs

AdvoWaste of Norwalk 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 Norwalk 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.

Don’t see your facility type on the list? Contact us at (877) 959-0634 to find out how we can provide the medical waste disposal service you need.

Norwalk Medical Waste Resources

Norwalk City Hall
Address: 125 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
Phone: (203) 854-3200
norwalkct.org
Norwalk Recreation Parks
Address: 125 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
Phone: (203) 854-7806

Norwalk Police Department
Address: 1 Monroe Street
Norwalk, CT 06854
Phone: (203) 854-3000
Norwalk Fire Department
Address: 90 New Canaan Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850
Phone: (203) 854-0230
norwalkct.org/63/Fire-Department

State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions

Public Health Law includes any waste produced by the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals. The law includes five subcategories: cultures and stocks; human pathological wastes; human blood and blood products; sharps waste; and animal waste.

AdvoWaste of Norwalk 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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Norwalk is a city in the state of Connecticut. It is located in Fairfield County. It is also within Connecticut’s Gold Coast and is within the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Metropolitan Area. Norwalk has a population of about 85,603 people. This makes it the sixth largest city in Connecticut.

Norwalk has multiple events throughout the year. One of these is the St. George Greek Orthodox Festival, which is held in late August. The festival features Pontic greek dance exhibit, greek delicacies, and a large carnival. Another event is, Round Hill Highland Games, which is a festival of Scottish culture. It was started in Greenwich, in 1923 but was interrupted during World War II, and then restarted back in 1952 and it has been held in Norwalk’s Cranbury Park. Now it happens around July 4th. Norwalk has many attractions. Some of these include, Maritime Aquarium, Norwalk Islands, The Mill Hill Historic Park and Museum and Norwalk Oyster Festival.

There have been multiple full length movies and documentary films in Norwalk. They were either completely taking place in Norwalk or they were partially filmed. Old Dogs back in 2009, College Road Trip had scenes filmed in town in July of 2007 to other shooting locations where the Norwalk police headquarters building in Matthews Park, Revolutionary Road, The Life Before Her Eyes, and Satan’s Little Helper as well as The Stepford Wives. Some of the TV shows that were in Norwalk include, House of Dark Shadows, was a 1970 TV series, and To All My Friends On Shore, which was a made for TV movie in 1972.

Some Notable places in Norwalk that are on the National Register of Historic Places include, Sheffield Island Light, Peck Ledge Lighthouse, Village Creek, Norwalk’s Former City Hall, and Lockwood-Mathews Mansion.
Baseball and softball are both popular in Norwalk. They are amateur with active leagues across many different age groups in Norwalk. There are four different baseball fields and 16 Little League fields throughout the city. Several of these are illuminated for nighttime play. In 1952 the Norwalk Little League Team won the Little League World Series. In 2008 the 14 year old Babe Ruth League team won the championship. Because Norwalk is a coastal city there are many different water sports. Recreational boating and fishing, windsurfing, and kayaking. Competitive swimming is another sport. The inner Norwalk Harbor and the Norwalk River hold rowing organizations and events.

The zip codes in Norwalk are as follows, 06850, 06852, 06854, 06856, 06858, 06860, 06851, 06853, 06855, 06857, 06859, and 06889.

 
 

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