MERI is an essential business and will continue to operate during the Covid-19 outbreak. This is according to a recent government designation. Many businesses are either closing or altering employee schedules to help contain the novel coronavirus.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued Emergency Declaration 2020-002. It applies to businesses such as Madison Environmental Resourcing Inc. (MERI), so that it can continue to provide critical medical waste and disposal services.
A member of the Healthcare Waste Institute, MERI will actively track changes in the industry. In addition, it will continue to monitor state and federal government restrictions and guidelines to control the spread of the virus.
MERI Continues to Collect Medical Waste
Given the current circumstances, MERI is operating as usual. We will continue to pick up your infectious and hazardous waste.
If you have new guidelines you want MERI to follow for accessing your facility, please communicate them to us.
There are several ways you can do this:
- Talk to a MERI driver
- Reach out to your MERI sales or customer service contact
- Call our office at 608-257-7652
- Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to service all customer for the foreseeable future. Also, because MERI is an essential business, it will update our website as new information becomes available.
Our goal is to continue to provide superior customer service. Don’t hesitate to call us with questions you have.
Questions? Call us at 608-257-7652