Untitled-6Facilities that provide medical waste services including storing, treating, processing or disposing of infectious waste, which includes syringe disposal, are regulated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) as well as by local governing bodies.

On the federal level the Department of Transportation (DOT) enforces regulations regarding medical waste services and the transport of medical waste while the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) enforces regulations concerning medical waste handling in the workplace.

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When choosing a medical waste disposal company you can opt for a national medical waste disposal company or for a local company like Healthcare Medical Waste Services.

When it comes to medical waste disposal companies you have a choice between locally-owned and nationally-owned companies. However when you compare a local company like Healthcare Medical Waste Services to their national competitors, you’ll note that there are major difference in price, service and compliance.

We know that you may have questions regarding medical waste pickup and handling or about our company. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions

Healthcare Medical Waste Services offers certified medical waste training for your staff to help your medical facility comply with OSHA and state regulations.

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