At our treatment facility, the first of its kind in the state of Arkansas, the regulated medical waste is ran through an autoclave where it is sterilized by a combination of pressure, heat & steam. A process that takes 60 minutes, our autoclave runs at 275 degrees with a steady pressure of 35 psi. This ensures the waste has been properly treated and is safe to be discarded into the local landfill. The pathology and pharmaceutical waste that we receive is transported to a trusted partner for incineration.
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Medical waste generators: Biomedical waste is regulated by both the federal and state government. Any employer who generates medical waste should utilize regulatory compliant sharps disposal and destruction methods. Home self-injectors: Individuals who self-inject must properly dispose of their sharps to protect family and community members from risk of injury and infection. EPA Guidelines on proper destruction by homeowners can be found at EPA.gov
Sharps containers should be used to dispose of needles, syringes, lancets, scalpels and other sharp objects contaminated with blood or bodily fluids; gauze pads or other absorbent material that when squeezed would drip bodily fluids; used spill cleanup kits and employee protective apparel used in the cleanup.
Put the containers in the same area as where you generate your sharps waste. Be sure to SAVE YOUR RETURN SHIPPING CARTON! You MUST return your sharps container in the enclosed shipping container.
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Yes, we service Missouri and even venture into Arkansas! DMI provides medical waste management solutions for the largest hospitals to the smallest clinics and other facilities located anywhere in Missouri.
No. Never re-cap your needles. Doing so could cause needlesticks. Simply drop your needles into the container.
Send in your container when you fill it.
Fill the container just up to the fill line indicated on the sharps container. NEVER OVERFILL! You must be able to securely close and lock the container prior to shipment.