We often write about how convenient the medical waste mail back system is for small waste generators. But what you might not realize is just how versatile the system is. Getting the most out of a medical mail back kit comes down to selecting the right container for your needs. Read more
We know that change can be uncomfortable. But what if it could save you time and money? Disposing your medical waste through the mail is a fully compliant and time-saving alternative for small waste generators who count on medical waste disposal facilities for a pick up. Read more
To avoid hefty fines, it’s vital that veterinary clinics dispose of their medical waste in a compliant, safe manner. For those that generate only a small amount of infectious waste, we find the best (and cheapest) way to do this is by using a certified medical waste mail back system.
When small generators of infectious waste first hear about medical waste mail back systems, they often wonder if it’s legal. In short, yes. Here’s how this system abides by every governmental regulation to ensure your waste is disposed of safely and compliantly.
If you own a tattoo parlor, you probably know that your needle sharps and other infectious waste can’t be tossed out with your standard trash. What you might not know is the increasingly popular method of compliantly disposing of your waste through a mail back waste system.
If your business or institution generates infectious waste, you may need to file a couple of annual reports to the Department of Natural Resources within the coming weeks. To guide you through the process, we’ll explain who needs to file a report and how to do it correctly.
Many nursing homes rely on a medical waste disposal company to pick up their infectious waste. However, there may a cheaper alternative. A waste mail back system allows for easier and often less expensive waste disposal for small waste generators. Read more
Most producers of even small amounts of infectious waste depend on a waste disposal company for pick up. However, in many cases, a mail back system has proven to be a more cost-effective way for homes and smaller clinics to dispose of their medical waste. Read more
The violations are different, but the first line always reads the same – “Dear ‘Person’s Name’, The Department of Natural Resources has reason to believe ‘Company Name’ is in violation of Wisconsin’s hazardous waste laws.” Fortunately, by avoiding some common compliance issues, you can avoid even receiving a letter like this.
The disposal of your medical waste shouldn’t be overly expensive…so long as you’re doing so correctly and cost efficiently. If it feels like you’re being charged through the nose for your medical waste disposal, you could be making one of the following eleven common mistakes.