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The business of biomedical waste disposal in Texas is serious with numerous rules and regulations governing it. Surprisingly, many medical professionals are lacking the awareness to the potential issues and risks associated with improper biomedical waste disposal. Here are 5 risks to be aware of: ...

From managing employees and caring for pet patients, the challenges of running your own veterinary practice are easy to see, but utilizing the services of biomedical waste management can reduce your stress. Unfortunately, most veterinarians do not have the proper knowledge on how to dispose...

No matter what type of medical facility you own or operate, chances are that sharps are going to comprise at least some part of your medical waste; consequently, handling and disposing of sharps will be part of your management of that medical waste.  Sharps medical...

Every Healthcare Facility generates biomedical waste. There are several different types of biomedical waste and they all have specific protocols on how to handle and dispose of the waste for optimal safety and protection. Regulated medical waste is the most common and includes used needles...

When you call Excel Medical Waste Disposal Services to collect and transport your medical waste to our facility for treatment and disposal, we will not only work diligently and professionally but we will also follow all state and federal guidelines associated with the handling of...

Running a dental practice can be an overwhelming experience, but hiring medical waste services can reduce the stress of managing your practice. Considering an estimated 15 percent of healthcare waste is infectious or toxic, following recommended guidelines to dispose of waste in your dental office...

No matter the type of medical facility you're in charge of, proper medical waste disposal is important. Unfortunately, there are several common mistakes made in medical waste management. Employees who aren't properly trained don't follow the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA's) Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne...

Dental offices must follow the same federal and state laws regarding waste disposal as medical facilities. Mercury from dental fillings, regulated solid waste, and bloodborne pathogens are the three types of dental office waste that must be disposed of according to EPA/OSHA regulations. Much of...