Why Choose Advo Medical Waste Disposal Company?
If your current local medical waste disposal service in Vermont doesn’t provide top notch service with the best pricing, then it’s time to switch to Advo medical waste disposal company. Here are some reasons why:
See how Advo Medical Waste Disposal beats the competition in Vermont.
1. Superior Service
Our service is better than the competition. We offer quick and prompt medical waste pickup services with the flexibility you need to meet your needs.
2. Guaranteed Lower Prices
We guarantee to save you at least 30% off of your current local medical waste disposal service in Vermont. We will provide you with an accurate price with a quick over the phone quote.
3. Simple Invoicing With No Hidden Fees
Our invoices are clear and easy to understand. We'll never hit you with any unexpected surcharges, environmental fees or administration fees. We guarantee that the price we quote you will be accurate.
4. Full Compliance With all Vermont State and Federal Medical Waste Regulations
Advo Waste is a fully licensed and insured medical waste disposal company, and we guarantee to remain in 100% full compliance. Our highly skilled staff can conduct a compliance review of your facility as well as train your employees in proper handling and disposing of medical waste in your office.
5. Professional and Responsive Service Staff
All of our employees are highly trained and certified in handling and disposing of your medical waste and sharps. They have passed background checks and are subject to random drug tests to ensure that we have the highest quality employees.
6. Our Money-Back Guarantee
If you’re not happy with our service, we promise to make it right or we’ll refund your service fee.
Types of Medical Waste We Handle
Cultures and stocks of infectious agents
Discarded medical equipment and parts
Medical Waste Classifications
Biomedical waste includes needles / sharps, chemotherapy waste, pathological waste, biological waste, cultures and stocks of infectious agents, discarded medical equipment and parts and more.
Storage of Medical Waste
Biomedical waste is contained in a manner and location which provides protection from animals, the weather, does not provide a breeding place for insects or rodents, and minimizes any exposure to the public. The containers shall be labeled with the biohazard symbol so that it is readily visible from any direction. Biomedical waste must be stored in rigid containers leak proof containers and securely closed before transportation.
Information About Vermont
Vermont is a state located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. Vermont is bordered by New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Half of Vermont’s western border is formed by Lake Champlain. The Green Mountains run from north to south of the length of the state.
Vermont is the second least populous of the 50 United States. It is ahead of Wyoming. The capital of Vermont is Montpelier, which is the least populous state capital in the United States. Vermont was ranked as the safest state in the country in 2016. Vermont was the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States as of 2015.
Vermont has a humid continental climate. It has muddy springs, and has a general mild early summer. The autumns are very colorful. The average annual temperature in Vermont is 43 degrees Fahrenheit. Vermont is the seventh coldest state in the country. In the winter time, until the typical El Nino conditions, the winters in Vermont are “too cold to snow”, the air is too cold contain any sufficient moisture to prompt precipitation. The highest recorded temperature was in Vernon, on July 4, 1911 and the temperature reached 105 degrees Fahrenheit. The lowest recorded temperature was in Bloomfield on December 30, 1933 with a low of -50 degrees Fahrenheit. This was the lowest temperature that was recorded in New England.
Types of Hazardous Waste
- Cultures and stocks of infectious agents
- Pathological waste
- Sharps that have been used in human or animal patient care or in medical, research, or industrial laboratories
- Contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, and bedding of animals that were exposed to infectious agents during research
- Any discarded preparations made from genetically altered living organisms and their products
- Waste human blood and products of blood
- Wastes from human or animal patient care, surgery or autopsy that were in contact with infectious agents
- Laboratory wastes from medical, pathological, pharmaceutical, or other research
- Dialysis wastes that were in contact with the blood of patients undergoing hemodialysis
- Discarded medical equipment and parts that were in contact with infectious agents
- Biological waste and discarded materials contaminated with blood, excretion
- Such other waste material that results from the administration of medical care to a patient whether human or animal by a health care provider and is found by the director in consultation with the division of public health services or state veterinarian to pose a threat to human health or the environment due to its infectious nature.
Cities We Service in Vermont
Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Essex Junction, Barre, Montpelier, Winooski, St. Albans, Newport, Bellows Falls, Vergennes, Swanton, Northfield, Morrisville, Waterbury, North Bennington, Poultney, Johnson, Enosburg Falls, Lyndonville and more.
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