Waste-Pro specializes in proper pickup, treatment, and disposal of biohazards, such as “red bag” medical waste and sharps containers.
Our Biohazard Waste Disposal Services Protect More People
As a top-tier provider of medical waste disposal services, protecting people and the environment from the risks associated with biohazards is at the heart of what we do.
Thousands of customers trust Waste-Pro to manage their biohazardous waste disposal.
Why Our Customers Prefer Waste-Pro
Our customers tell us they choose Waste-Pro because we provide the assurance of:
Our 19 years of experience and ability to protect more customers than any other provider
Our flexible scheduling for disposal service pickups that gives you peace of mind, knowing we’ll be there when it counts
With Waste-Pro, you can be confident that you’ve chosen an experienced medical waste disposal company, with up-to-date knowledge, flexible scheduling, and regulatory waste expertise that you can trust — whether your needs involve a single waste (such as sharps disposal) or the integration of several regulated wastes (such as hazardous pharmaceuticals or dental amalgam disposal).
Biohazard Waste Expertise You Can Trust
Disposal of regulated medical waste has been our business since 1995. The regulations associated with various biohazards and their disposal are intricate, vary by state and local requirements, and are regulated by several federal government agencies including:
If your facility also disposes of pharmaceuticals or hazardous waste, distinct regulatory requirements apply to these regulated wastes as well.
With a diverse range of service offerings, Waste-Pro can expertly accommodate your specialty waste disposal needs, too.
Protect Yourself and Your Employees From the Risks of Infectious Waste
We know that many of our customers don’t have the internal resources to train employees or easily maintain all the legally required recordkeeping. That’s why we offer associated compliance training services that can aid your facility in adhering to biohazard waste regulations.
For most organizations, OSHA has strict guidelines intended to protect you and your employees. For example, annual bloodborne pathogens training is legally required for every employee who may come in contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials. OSHA also requires that employers maintain and update specific safety plans, such as a bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan and written hazard communication program. Waste-Pro offers both on-site and online tools to help you navigate these requirements, be compliant, and avoid costly citations and penalties.