MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL
Do You need to Dispose of Red Bag Waste in Wisconsin?
Do You need a company who is Local to you in Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha County, Greenbay or Kenosha Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Medical Waste is here to Serve you!!!
Medical waste, is broadly classified as any item that comes into contact with body fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of humans. This type of waste was once collected in special bags and plastic boxes in clinical settings and then disposed of like normal trash. However, this process was quickly found to spread diseases and viruses and potentially cause outbreaks.
As you probably have already seen the red biohazardous containers and bags seen throughout hospitals and doctors’ offices are used to safely remove sharps, needles, and IV catheters that contain any human blood or bodily fluid.
Who do we serve?
We serve a wide spectrum of clients. Our primary target market includes healthcare facilities that have to face the issue of disposing the medical, bio-hazardous waste on daily or periodic basis. Hospitals, nursing homes, physician’s office, dental clinics etc. dispose medical wastes in large amounts. Such medical waste can be infectious and dangerous to the environment.
This is exactly where Wisconsin Medical Waste comes into play. We make sure that you as a hospital manager, doctor, physician or nurse etc. have only your job and patients to worry about. Because, at Wisconsin Medical Waste, we are knowledgeable and at the same time specialists at our job of handling your medical waste safely and providing healthy environment for you.
Medical waste also includes paper towels, wipes, gloves, syringes without needles, bandages or dressings with small amounts of dry blood or fluid, and any other material from medical care. Syringes with needles or sharp objects that can piece through a plastic bag require a special storage container for additional protection.
Biohazardous Containers safely hold the following:
- IV Catheters
- Medical Waste includes:
- Paper Towels
- Syringes without Needles
- Syringes with Needles or Sharp Objects
- Bandages or Dressings with small amounts of dry blood or fluid
- Any other material from medical care
Why the Biohazardous Containers ?
Biohazard containers are used to dispose the waste or material that may be considered as biohazardous and dangerous for the environment and the general population. This waste cannot be disposed of with everyday trash. Licensed medical waste management companies must collect the refuse and make it safe before recycling.
At Wisconsin Medical Waste, we are determined to provide you with the best solutions to handle your medical waste. We make sure that your environment is clean, healthy and, at the same time, compliant to all the regulations.
Call your local solution for Medical Waste removal for all of Wisconsin