Services in Delaware
Pickup, Transportation and Disposal
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PAY FOR WHAT YOU NEED
No minimum shipments required, no monthly or annual fees. We will charge you only for the waste you generate.
A SINGLE PARTNER
We handle everything, from waste profiles and compliance support to bins, scheduling, transport, disposal and manifest.
Our drivers and support team have decades of experience, training and certification to identify waste and minimize risk exposure
Hazardous Waste Management
Expertise in Delaware
MCF Environmental Services have been serving medical clinics, laboratories, education institutions and local businesses for more than 30 years, offering specialist waste collection and disposal services for hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams.
The state of Delaware defines hazardous wastes as those that are ‘inherently dangerous’ to handle or dispose. What does that mean for your business? First, know the definition of hazardous waste in the state:
"Hazardous Waste" means a solid waste, or combination of solid wastes, which because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating irreversible, illness, or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, or disposed of, or otherwise managed.”
If your business generates any healthcare or hazardous waste streams, know the laws regarding its management and disposal. That includes local, state, and federal laws for hazardous waste management. Be prepared to show documentation that those laws are followed. Partnering with a reputable waste management company that has experience in medical and hazardous waste helps ensure compliance and reduce the risk of costly errors and damaged reputations.
Who makes hazardous waste management laws in Delaware?
Solid waste management regulations are overseen by Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. However, compliance of hazardous waste laws are also monitored by the Division of Waste & Hazardous Substances. Accessing the state’s government website is a good place to start for waste guidelines.
Specific requirements for management of infectious wastes can be found here. Any generator of potentially hazardous or infectious waste in the state needs to have an infectious waste identification number and register for a permit. Annual reports are required by the state that detail how those wastes are generated and handled. It’s vital for a healthcare or hazardous waste generator (regardless of size) to know procedures for handling, storing, and transporting such waste for off-site treatment or disposal (Parts 261, 262, and 266 of the Title 7 Administrative Code are especially important).
Issues such as identification and standards applicable to hazardous waste generators in the state must be appropriately and correctly assessed. Trusted by healthcare, government and small businesses in the disposal management of high risk waste streams for over 30 years, our team at MCF are experts in the accumulation, packaging, labeling, storage and treatment of all hazardous waste streams. We are a small team but one that has over a hundred years of collective experience demystifying the complexities around waste management and delivering hazardous waste pickup solutions that match the unique needs of each facility we partner with.
Waste Collection Services we provide in Delaware:
Sharps and biomedical waste disposal for healthcare facilities
Pharmaceutical waste and prescription medications disposal
RCRA Hazardous, Chemical waste and Universal Waste
Lab Packs and laboratory waste collection
Dry Cleaning Waste Management
Confidential Document Destruction
Industrial Waste and Environmental Remediation
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Please note we do not provide disposal services for household waste
Other Waste Streams We Handle
Unused, expired or partially used medications; we handle collection of all pharmaceutical waste
From singular to bulk chemical disposal, we can transport and treat all hazardous chemicals
Our expertise covers all solid paint wastes, oily rags, solvents and used absorbents
DRY CLEANING WASTE
We have three decades of experience managing collection and disposal of dry-cleaning waste
We can provide expert guidance on asbestos, HAZMAT and toxic waste removal
From waste audits, to profiling, collection and disposal, we handle all RCRA hazardous waste
LAB PACK WASTE
We offer Lab pack services and laboratory waste management including chemical disposal
For all sized patient care facilities, we offer disposal solutions for all healthcare waste streams
Supporting nursing homes and other patient care facilities in COVID-19 waste disposal
Our E-Waste recycling and disposal solutions cater for all electronics and computer devices
When confidentiality matters, we offer recurring and bulk shredding services
Delaware State Resources
Here are some handpicked resources to help you get up to speed with Delaware's waste management requirements
DELAWARE DIVISION OF
DELAWARE DIVISION OF
400 Mill St,
Bridgeville, DE 19933
dhss.delaware.gov/dph | 302 856 5350
DIVISION OF WASTE & HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
DIVISION OF WASTE AND
89 Kings Highway,
Dover, DE 19901
89 Kings Highway,
Dover, DE 19901
sos.delaware.gov | 302 739 9000