RMW Collection & Disposal Solutions For Dentists and Dental Offices
(For a printable PDF of MERI’s dentists flyer, click here.)
MERI is a fully licensed and insured medical waste transport,treatment and disposal company servicing Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota.
Helping Dentist Stay Compliant and Save Money on Infectious and Hazardous Waste Disposal With Convenient and Economical Amalgam Recycling and Medical Waste Mailback Kits Approved by EPA and DOT.
MERI helps protect both employees and the environment by ensuring that dental offices are in compliance with federal, state and local regulations regarding the safe removal of medical, infectious and hazardous waste – without hidden fees or monthly minimums – saving customers 20-50% or more!
Swift. Safe. Sustainable.
We help ensure your regulated waste stream follows all local, state and federal guidelines regarding proper transportation and destruction.
- Sustainable electronic manifest system for easy record keeping and proof of destruction.
- Amalgam recycling recommended by the American Dental Association.
Our Infectious, Hazardous and Amalgam Waste Mailback Kits are Safe, Convenient and Economical
Your Flexible, One Source Solution.
MERI offers a variety of sizes and types of waste containers to meet your specific dental office requirements.
- Infectious waste (including sharps).
- Hazardous waste (items containing mercury, x-ray fixer, developer, lead foil & shields, cleaners, disinfectants and chemiclave waste).
- Amalgam waste recycling.
- Pharmaceutical waste.
No hidden fees! No monthly minimums!
Pay only when you need us!
Many dental offices have multiple contracts and are paying additional fees that quickly inflate their disposal costs.
To find out if you’re paying too much, call MERI today at 608.257.7652.
MERI will provide a FREE REVIEW of your waste collection and disposal practices to verify compliance. So, to ensure that your dental office is compliant and save money, call MERI at 608.257.7652 to schedule your FREE waste review.
For a FREE copy of MERI’s infectious waste guide, click here