Do I Need a Generator’s EPA Identification Number?

Do I Need a Generator’s EPA Identification Number?

The waste management industry is highly regulated, but it’s also subject to both state and federal laws. This can make pinning down how to legally and safely deal with your waste a complicated, confusing process. Working with an experienced and knowledgeable...
Advantages of Using a Full-Service Waste Management Company

Advantages of Using a Full-Service Waste Management Company

If you work in the medical field or manufacturing industry, you likely generate waste that needs to be containerized, shipped, and transported according to strict regulations. Whether it’s biomedical waste (red bag waste) or hazardous materials, this waste...
Can Hospitals Put Expired Medications in Red Bag Waste?

Can Hospitals Put Expired Medications in Red Bag Waste?

If your doctor’s office or hospital is a fully functioning clinic, it’s very likely you periodically need to dispose of expired medications and biohazardous waste. However, it’s obviously not as easy as simply throwing this material away. There are...
How Medical Waste is Treated and Disposed

How Medical Waste is Treated and Disposed

Generally speaking, the process for handling and disposing of medical waste involves decontamination, either with an autoclave or incinerator before being taken to a landfill.  Once decontaminated, medical waste residual materials can be treated as nonhazardous waste...
Consequences of Poor Industrial Waste Disposal Methods/Services

Consequences of Poor Industrial Waste Disposal Methods/Services

For many businesses, the collection and disposal of industrial waste presents a host of challenges. The byproduct of industrial activities, ranging from manufacturing to electronics and auto repair, industrial waste can include scrap metal, chemicals, universal...
Consequences of Poorly Managed Medical Waste Disposal

Consequences of Poorly Managed Medical Waste Disposal

Americans generate about 254 million tons of solid waste, or about 4.4 pounds per person according to the US EPA. By contrast, US hospitals generate approximately 6 million tons annually. While a majority of medical waste can be classified as...

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