See why 10,000+
dental and medical facilities trust WasteX
Average client saves 30% by switching to WasteX
The leading local
Biomedical Waste Disposal
company in your area!
Serving customers waste needs since 1997
Rates locked in for 36 months to never increase
Superior HIPAA & OSHA training to meet all your needs
The WasteX team has 20 years of experience handling biomedical waste, biohazard waste, medical waste and sharps waste.
WasteX takes pride in giving back to their local community and donates a percentage of profits to enhance local education.
Improper handling of medical waste can spread dangerous diseases. Proper training is the first step in efficient medical waste handling, but continued compliance and training programs are a must. WasteX offers a complimentary training program which meets the OSHA standard to ensure your team is up-to-date on industry best-practices. For example, did you know that identifying what is and is not medical waste is one of the most difficult elements of disposal? Sharps and soft waste may qualify for medical waste disposal while fabrics soaked in certain body fluids might not. Regulations vary by state so it’s critical you’ve got a partner who knows and follows the rules concerning everything from disposal to identification to frequency.
Does your facility generate biohazardous, biomedical, or infectious waste? Then you know the responsibilities and regulations that come with disposing of this kind of waste properly. WasteX works with facilities requiring safe handling of medical waste including doctor’s offices, laboratories, and clinics. Controlled disposal of this kind of material is as important to the health of your employees as it is to the general public!
Your office should have different systems in place for disposing of different kinds of waste. Medical waste, for example, may need to be picked up at a more regular frequency than pharmaceutical waste, which requires its own containment system. Mishandling of pharmaceutical waste can result in very hefty fines. Not only that, it can create a dangerous environment for your employees and your own community, putting everyone at risk. If you need help creating a management plan for your specific business, WasteX can help. WasteX will provide you service when and where you need it. Our waste receptacles are easy to maintain and emptied as frequently as you require.
WasteX, a name synonymous with reliability since 1997, proudly serves over 10,000 dental and medical facilities with top-tier biomedical waste disposal services. When it comes to the safe and compliant management of biomedical waste, you can count on us.
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Join the ranks of satisfied clients who rely on WasteX for their biomedical waste disposal needs. Contact us today to discuss how we can tailor our services to your facility's specific requirements. Your trust is our greatest asset.
In the waste business since 1997, WasteX provides HIPAA & OSHA compliance and medical waste disposal services to over 4,700 customers.
We strive to be the most competitive company in our industry and we hate to be beaten. Our prices are determined by type, quantity, and frequency of service. There are no hidden fees in your monthly service!
WasteX owns and operates their own HIPAA, OSHA, DOT, Bloodborne Pathogen, and HAZCOM training platform. With training software to meet your unique needs, we have been able to save facilities up to $30,000 per year in training expenses.
How often, or frequency of your service depends on your facilities quantity of waste generated. Most often services only need to be every 28 days and is usually the most cost conscious service.
Depending on your location we provide upgraded 28 gallon hard plastic containers and 96 gallon hard plastic totes.
We carry a variety of supplies on your service representative’s truck. Sizes range from 5 quart to 10 gallon sharps containers!
Sharps containers should be used to dispose of needles, syringes, lancets, scalpels and other sharp objects contaminated with blood or bodily fluids.
Sharps containers are used to properly secure used needles, scalpels, etc. They are generally a one time use container that is closed and locked and then placed in the biomedical waste container for disposal.
Yes, once sharps containers are full (usually 75% of the container or fill line) that are to be closed, locked, and sealed and then placed into the biomedical waste container.
WasteX is the trusted local medical waste disposal company - Don't miss out!