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    Serving Michigan’s Sharps Disposal Needs

    AdvoWaste, a leading medical waste disposal company in Michigan maintains full certification with OSHA and complies with all MI state and local regulations in your area. Our professionalism and expertise ensure that your regulated medical waste in Michigan is treated in the proper manner, safety and on your schedule.

    The State of Michigan provides regulatory oversight for medical waste management, including all aspects of handling, storage, treatment and disposal within the state. The Michigan State Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Environmental Consideration (DEC) jointly administer the state’s RMW program, each focusing on 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.

    Medical Waste Resources in Michigan

    Environmental Protection Agency Saginaw Community
    804 S Hamilton St #111
    Saginaw, MI 48602
    (989) 401-5507
    Environmental Quality Department
    401 Ketchum St, Bay City
    MI 48708
    Phone: (989) 894-6200

    Environmental Quality Department
    27700 Donald Ct
    Warren, MI 48092, USA
    Phone: (586) 753-3700
    Environmental Quality Department
    350 Ottawa Ave NW # 10
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503, USA
    Phone: (616) 356-0500

    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 MI 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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    Michigan is a state in the United States. It has a population of approximately 9,928,000 people. It is located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes region of the United States. Michigan is the 10th most populous state. The capitol of Michigan is Lansing, and the largest city in MI is Detroit.

    Michigan has a continental climate. Some areas have a warmer climate with hot summers and cold winters. The northern part has a more severe climate. The severe climates include warm, but short summers and long, cold to very cold winters. Some parts of the state average high temperatures below freezing. This happens from December through February, and sometimes into early March in the northern areas of MI. During the winters in Michigan the winter through the middle of February the state is often subject to heavy lake-effect snow. In the northern areas there’s an average of about 160 inches of snowfall per year. The highest recorded temperature in Michigan is 112 degrees Fahrenheit, where the coldest temperature has been -51 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Michigan has a wide variety of crops, fruits, and vegetables that are grown here, which makes it second only to California. Michigan has 54,800 farms that have over 10,000,000 acres of land. The most valuable product here is milk. Some of the other leading crops include; corn, flowers, wheat, sugar beets, potatoes, and soybeans. Livestock in Michigan included 1 million hogs, over 3 million chickens, 1 million cattle, and 78,000 sheep.

    Michigan is a leading grower of fruit in the United States. Some of the fruit includes; blueberries, apples, grapes, tart cherries, and peaches. Pears, strawberries, and plums are also grown here.

    Michigan has some other economically cities, which include; Benton Harbor-St. Joseph, which is the headquarters of Whirlpool Corporation. East Lansing is home to Michigan State University. Battle Creek, which is also known as Cereal City. Battle Creek is the headquarters of Kellogg. Traverse City, which is the Cherry Capitol of the World, this makes Michigan the nation’s largest producer of cherries.

    Michigan has major-league sports teams that include the Detroit Lions, the Detroit Tigers, and the Detroit Red Wings ice hockey team. All of Michigan’s major league teams play in the Metro Detroit area. The Michigan International Speedway is the site of NASCAR races.

    Some of the major cities in Michigan include; Detroit, with a population of about 706,580 people, Grand Rapids with a population of approximately 189,815 people, Sterling Heights, which has a population of about 129,880 people, Warren, with a population of about 134,240 people, and Ann Arbor which has a population of about 114,900 people.