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Hazardous Waste—Have a Hazardous Waste Manifest or Bill of Lading

Hazardous Waste—Have a Hazardous Waste Manifest or Bill of Lading

When it comes to hazardous waste, it’s pivotal that you know exactly what paperwork is required for you to properly and safely dispose of that waste. If you’re not completely familiar with both hazardous waste manifests and bills of lading, you could be filling out your paperwork incorrectly—and that leaves you vulnerable to fines and other punitive actions against your institution.  

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Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Medical Waste Management Company?

Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Medical Waste Management Company?

When you first sign up with a medical waste management company, it can be difficult to determine if you’re truly receiving good value from that company. Whether you’re currently signed up with a company or are still looking into your options, here are some key points to keep in mind about what you should expect from all medical waste management companies.  

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Best Practices for Veterinarians to Remove Biohazardous Medical Waste

Best Practices for Veterinarians to Remove Biohazardous Medical Waste

It’s not surprising that doctors’ offices and hospitals needs to properly and legally dispose of all the biohazardous materials generated in that facility. However, the exact same rules apply to veterinarians, yet many are not fully complying with the legal regulations surrounding that waste disposal. If you work in a veterinarian’s office, it is crucial that you comply with every law dealing with biohazardous material.  

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Important Steps to Prepare for a RCRA Hazardous Waste Audit

Important Steps to Prepare for a RCRA Hazardous Waste Audit

Being prepared for a hazardous waste audit should always be on a company’s mind. After all, if you’re always prepared and performing all aspects of your hazardous waste management properly, there will be far less to worry about if and when these audits happen. If you’re not prepared, though, you are much more liable to pay fines and face other punitive actions for every violation found. What do you need to do, therefore, to be as prepared as possible?  

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What’s Good Customer Service in the Medical Waste Disposal Industry?

What’s Good Customer Service in the Medical Waste Disposal Industry?

When working with a company in the medical waste disposal industry, one of the most important factors you can take into consideration is the level of customer service you’re going to receive from that company. If you only look at medical waste disposal cost, you’re potentially setting yourself up for bad customer service, lots of frustration, and money unnecessarily spent.  

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Medical Waste Management Pricing Policies: 5 Things You Need to Know

Medical Waste Management Pricing Policies: 5 Things You Need to Know

The cost of waste management can be a confusing prospect because what you pay depends on so many factors: what kind of waste you’re disposing of, how much of that waste you produce, where your medical facility is located, and on and on. This confusion leads a lot of people in the medical field to sign up for a waste management contract just to avoid having to sift through all that information. However, if you’re thinking about signing up for one of these contracts from a medical waste management company, it’s imperative you know exactly what that contract entails—and just how much it might cost you.  

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Consequences of Not Knowing a Waste Management Contract Renewal Date

Consequences of Not Knowing a Waste Management Contract Renewal Date

If your medical facility is currently in a waste management contract, it is vitally important that you know exactly when your contract renewal date is. If you lose track of it and accidently allow this contract to automatically renew, it very well could end up costing your medical facility a great deal of time, money, and frustration. These waste management contracts determine who you will be dealing with for all your medical waste removal, and if you’re displeased with that company, it could have real implications on your day-to-day work.  

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Waste Management Contract Renewal Dates—Why Doctor Offices Should Care

Waste Management Contract Renewal Dates—Why Doctor Offices Should Care

A waste management contract can be a complicated, involved document, but it is absolutely a legally binding contract—one that can have huge financial ramifications for your doctors’ office. In particular, you need to be aware of your renewal date to ensure you aren’t inadvertently signed up for that contract again.  

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Doctors’ Offices Must Know South Carolina Medical Waste Disposal Law

Doctors’ Offices Must Know South Carolina Medical Waste Disposal Law

If you run a doctors’ office, you inevitably produce some amount of waste that needs to be properly disposed of according to medical waste disposal laws. However, it’s important to know you’re not just beholden to federal laws in this regard. You must also know and comply with state laws. With that in mind, all doctors’ offices based in South Carolina must pay special attention to the rules and regulations of South Carolina waste management.  

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8 Best Ways to Save Money on Medical Waste Services in Atlanta, GA

8 Best Ways to Save Money on Medical Waste Services in Atlanta, GA

If your Atlanta-based facility has need of medical waste services, it’s a good bet you’re always on the lookout for ways to cut down on that waste management cost. With that in mind, the following are eight simple ways to reduce waste management price without compromising on your compliance with either federal or Georgia-specific regulations.  

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