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MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES
Serving Quincy Massachusetts Sharps Disposal Needs
AdvoWaste is your leading medical waste disposal company in Quincy, Massachusetts. Our expertise and professionalism ensure that your regulated medical waste is disposed of and treated in the proper manner and on your schedule.We hold full certification with OSHA and addition to complying with all MA state and local regulations.
AdvoWaste is the best choice for labs, multi-doctor medical centers, fire and police departments, correctional facilities, private practices, dental practices, hospitals, tattoo and piercing salons, funeral and nursing homes, and all businesses where medical waste needs safe and legal disposal services. We are much more than simply your Boston area biomedical handling and disposal service. We care about your business needs, whether they be small or large. We have flexible pricing with no minimum long-term contracts ever.
Massachusetts provides regulatory oversight for medical waste management, including all aspects of handling, storage, treatment and disposal within the state. The Massachusetts Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Consideration jointly administer the state’s RMW program, each focusing on different responsibilities.
The Massachusetts Department of Health and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Consideration work in tandem to share appropriate technologies in order for all Raw Medical Waste facilities like ours to be on the cutting edge of safe medical waste handling. AdvoWaste is also very proud to mention that we exceed the OSHA standards which is recertified on a yearly basis. We offer a portal which directs you to the actual results at OSHA, and you can view our compliance records with OSHA regulations on our website.
AdvoWaste will work with your business to develop a service plan to best suits your medical waste disposal needs, both in service and in time. We are happy to tailor our plans to your needs without any long-term commitment, which many smaller businesses find suites them best. We will provide custom solutions for your business to help you efficiently deal with and exceed safety compliance standards for medical waste disposal.
We are certified, insured and licensed to handle your medical and bioradiological waste on a daily or weekly schedule – or any other schedule which is best suites your business. Some of the items we handle are biopsy waste, chemotherapy waste, used surgical garments, including TyVek and instruments, cultures and swabs, red bags for sharps, used lancets, and pharmaceutical waste. We treat these materials with the highest concern of safety in mind at Advo Medical Waste Disposal in Quincy, MA.
- Medical Waste Disposal
- Biohazard Waste Disposal
- Expired RX Pharmaceutical Disposal
- Sharps Container & Red Bag Disposal
- Safety Compliance Solutions
- Biomedical & Hazardous Waste Management
- Syringe & Needle Waste Removal
- Doctors Offices
- Nursing Homes
- Surgical Centers
- Blood Laboratories
- Blood Centers
- Medical Practices
- Hematology, Oncology and Dialysis Centers
- Pharmaceutical Companies
Quincy Massachusetts Service Area
Quincy Massachusetts Medical Waste Resources
|Quincy City Hall
Address: 1305 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 376-1000
|Environmental Partners Group
Environmental program in Quincy, Massachusetts
Address: 1900 Crown Colony Dr # 402
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 657-0200
|City of Quincy-Police Department
Address: 1 Sea St, Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 479-1212
|Quincy Fire Department
Address: 40 Quincy Avenue
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 376-1010
State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions
AdvoWaste specializes in the disposal of waste in each category, serving as your Quincy, MA facility’s one-stop shop for regulated medical waste removal.
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Quincy is a state located in the state of Massachusetts. It is located in Norfolk County, and is the largest city in Norfolk County. Quincy is a southern suburb to Boston. The population in Quincy is about 92,271 people. Quincy is the 8th largest city in the state of Massachusetts. Quincy is known as the “City of Presidents”, as two of the United States presidents were from Quincy, John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams. John Hancock was also from Quincy who was a President of the Continental Congress and was the first signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Quincy is divided into multiple different neighborhoods. Some of these neighborhoods include, Marina Bay, which is a residential to commercial area that was developed in the 1980s. It is on the site of the Naval Air Station Quantum and has high rise condos, a large marina, and restaurants. Germantown is another neighborhood. Germantown was the site of a previous planned manufacturing community that began in the 1750’s to encourage German immigration. Now it is a residential neighborhood. Quincy Center is where City Hall, the United First Parish Church, or the Old Stone Church, and where the Thomas Crane Public Library as well as multiple other office buildings can be found. Another neighborhood is Quincy Point. Quincy Point is a populated residential area. It is to the east of Quincy Center and it is also home to the Fore River Shipyard.
Quincy has many different schools. There is two colleges here, one early childhood education center, a Montessori school, a Catholic School, one college Preparatory school, two different public high schools, five public middle schools and twelve public elementary schools. The public high schools are Quincy High School and North Quincy High School. Some of the middle schools are, Central, Broad Meadows and Reay E Sterling. A few of the public elementary schools include, Clifford Marshall, Lincoln-Hancock Community, Francis W. Parker, Snug Harbor Community and Beechwood Knoll.
Children that are in preschool through 8th grade there is private and alternative education institutions. The three Catholic schools, St. Ann, St. Mary and Sacred Heart merged to form Quincy Catholic Academy. It opened in September of 2010 and is at the site of the Sacred Heart School. Peter Jae had established the Quincy Chinese Language School in 1988. It offers education for Chinese children. In 2003 it holds Cantonese language classes for about 150 students at the Sacred Heart School in North Quincy every Saturday morning. At one time the school had 400 students, then the school had to reduce in size because of the lack of qualified teachers. There is another Chinese school in Quincy called the Chung Yee School. Harry Kwan has been the headmaster since 2008. He was originally from Hong Kong. During that year the school had about 100 students and would change $100 for each child every month for Chinese language and culture after school classes. It was first established around 1996.
The zip codes in Quincy are, 02122, 02170, 02184, 02191, 02368, 02169, 02171, 02186, and 02269.