Trace Chemotherapy Disposal

2 Gallon Mailback Container

Documents Compliant Destruction of Trace Chemo Waste

Trace Chemotherapy Disposal Mailback System Includes:
  • A rigid, 10.3″ high x 10.5″ wide x 7″ deep deep, biohazard container
  • Shipping materials and a postage-paid return label
  • A manifest noting proper destruction of your trace chemo and infectious waste from cradle to grave
  • Used By:
    • Infusion Companies
    • Traveling Nurses
    • Veterinarians
    • Biotech/Research Companies
    • In Home Treatment
2 Gallon Trace Chemotherapy Disposal Mailback Containers (Case Qty 4)

Cost-Effective Trace Chemo Disposal

MERI’s Two Gallon Trace Chemotherapy Disposal Mailback Container is a cost-effective way for traveling nurses to dispose of medical waste after an in-home cancer treatment. Infusion companies provide then for their patients for a compliant way to dispose their trace chemo and other infectious waste. Similarly, smaller medical clinics and skilled nursing centers keep them on hand to dispose of trace amounts of chemo and infectious waste that must be incinerated. And, veterinarians find this is a compliant, inexpensive way to dispose trace chemotherapy waste. In addition, researchers at biotech companies say MERI Inc.’s yellow mailback kit is helpful for disposing trace amounts of materials that must be destroyed through incineration.

MERI’s Trace Chemotherapy Disposal Container Holds

What can go inside MERI Inc.’s Two Gallon Trace Chemotherapy Disposal Mailback Container? This rigid, USPS and DOT certified biohazard container holds: sharps, needles and trace chemotherapy waste. It can also hold syringes and auto injectors. Likewise, scalpel blades, pipettes, and discarded glass or rigid vials containing trace chemo or infectious agents can go inside of it.

When ordering a MERI Inc. Mailback Container, please allow one to two business days for delivery. Before sending your full biohazard container back to MERI Inc., be sure to confirm the address and sign the manifest located on the side of the shipping box. Also, please give your postage-paid box to your United States Postal Service carrier. If needed, order another MERI mailback kit before returning yours so that you can always have a safe place to store your biohazard materials.