AdvoWaste provides safe and compliant medical waste disposal and sharps needle waste management, as well as offering OSHA compliance training services. AdvoWaste makes sure that your practice is properly disposing all required materials and remains safe and in full compliance. This allows you to focus on your business management. Proper handling and medical waste disposal is critical in order to avoid any regulatory fines and to prevent the spreading of any diseases. City, state and federal regulations are strict when disposing of red bag waste, sharps needles, body fluids and other types of medical waste. AdvoWaste medical is a professional medical waste disposal company, and will ensure that your company remains in full OSHA compliance.
Medical waste disposal is broadly classified as the service provided for any type of item that makes contact with body fluids. More specifically, any type of solid waste that is generated during a medical diagnosis, treatment or immunization procedure. Paper towels, gloves, wipes, needles, syringes without needles and bandages with any amount of blood or fluid are just some of the examples of biohazardous or medical waste. Due to the possibility of medical waste spreading viruses or diseases, there are many laws governing the regulation of medical waste which are very strict.
AdvoWaste Medical is an industry leader with over 12 years of experience in handling all types of medical waste for healthcare facilities throughout the entire United States. We offer the most affordable and flexible scheduling options for medical waste disposal, and sharps needle container or kiosk pickup. Our highly trained and certified medical waste disposal professionals can provide a program to match your health care facility’s busy schedule and unique needs. Contact us now and begin saving at least 30% off of your current medical waste disposal company expenses. Guaranteed.
All healthcare facilities are required to train employees on proper segregation/separation of medical waste types which is referred to as Right-Classification. Over-classified waste are items that can safely and legally go into the regular trash. AdvoWaste Medicals’ highly-trained staff will help your team of employees properly Right-Classify your waste, thereby reducing unnecessary medical waste disposal costs.
No more surprises on your bill – We are a reliable and prompt medical waste disposal company that eliminates the uncertainty of changing costs, unexpected fees or hidden surcharges.
We are OSHA compliance experts – AdvoWaste can help your staff stay up-to-date, safe, and protected from legal exposure with OSHA, HIPAA, and other types of medical waste compliance training.
Receive the type of service that a large company provides – AdvoWaste provides the prices that a nationwide company can provide due to our economies of scale and large outreach.
Keep costs down with custom service plans – Pay only for the services you need, nothing more and without any long-term contracts. We guarantee that you will save at least 30% when you switch over to AdvoWaste.
Prompt and Custom Medical Waste Pickup Services
AdvoWaste Medical provides medical waste pickup services in 48 US states nationwide. Medical waste and used sharps pickup services are available for all types of health care facilities. We provide flexible pickup options that work best for your companies needs based on most convenient times and frequency of pickups needed.
Local Medical Waste Pickup Service
Our nationwide, local facilities handling sharps medical waste pickup offers our customers the best in accessibility and pricing. We consistently remain in full federal, state and your local regulatory compliance, ensuring DOT standards and OSHA compliance for proper pickup and treatment of medical waste.
AdvoWaste treats medical waste disposal responsibly, often autoclaving the waste and then repurposing it into a new resource, which helps keep containers from ending up being deposited into a landfill.
Medical waste regulated at the local state level typically pertain to the containment, storage, labelling, transportation and then treatment of all types of medical waste. Many states require the the company generating the waste to register with the state. The transportation of medical waste is also regulated by the Department of Transportation. The EPA and state agencies regulate the treatment and environmental safety at medical waste disposal facilities. The CDC and OSHA are responsible for identifying and ensuring safe handling of medical waste, containment and proper labelling of materials. OSHA requires bloodborne pathogens exposure control plans and proper training. Some require medical waste generators to register their company and have other requirements specific to that state, such as specific occupational safety and health administration laws which must be adhered to.