The Silver Service Toothbox Mailback Container makes amalgam storage safe and worry-free for dental practices. Our specially designed container features medentovap, a unique patented mercury vapor suppressant technology. It drastically reduces the exposure of you and your staff to toxic mercury vapors compared to other containers on the market.
Designed for you to securely handle and store extracted teeth with amalgam fillings. Also, it is UN and DOT approved for safe and proper waste transport.
This model holds .35 gallons. The price includes return shipping, compliant recycling and a certificate demonstrating your compliance with the new EPA rule.
Use this Amalgam Waste Toothbox Container to Comply with New EPA Regulations
Offered by MERI and powered by medentex, the Silver Service Toothbox Mailback Container helps dental offices, dental clinics and dental schools meet the EPA’s new regulation for properly recycling amalgam waste. Current EPA regulations require all dental facilities which place or remove amalgam to dispose of amalgam waste in a compliant way by July 14, 2020. In most instances, this means installing and using amalgam waste containers. If you combine this Silver Service Toothbox Mailback Container with our other line of amalgam waste containers and medentex’s amalsed Silver amalgam separator system, your office will not only meet, but exceed the EPA new regulation for properly recycling amalgam waste.
The amalgam recycling program includes a courtesy phone call reminder to replace your Silver Service Toothbox Mailback Container. This hassle-free service saves you the trouble of marking the calendar or tracking your usage. When it comes time to carry out your replacement, simply place your container into the box provided. Then, send it back to medentex’s licensed amalgam collection facility using the pre-paid UPS shipping label. Finally, medentex will provide certification demonstrating your compliance with the new EPA rule.
You can rest assured knowing you are doing your part to help keep mercury out of America’s waterways.