Why Choose Us for Medical Waste Disposal in Oklahoma City?
Available for Pickups 24/7
We are 24/7 available to pick up the medical waste in Oklahoma City.
Moreover, you can even sign up for weekly, monthly, or quarterly pickups. We ensure that the frequency of waste collection is regular.
Further, we even remind you to schedule a pickup with us if you lose track. As per your routine, we can plan pickups.
Mark the Bins for Transportations
It is crucial to separate the waste in the first place. We separate all waste categories into different bins. Be it sharps, chemical, non-hazardous, pathological.
Moreover, we label the waste before it gets transported. We seal it to avoid it getting mixed up in the journey.
For instance, regulated waste goes in red bags, while non-hazardous waste goes in cardboard boxes.
Train and Vaccinate the Staff
Training and educating our staff about the waste they are handling is our priority.
We ensure that the risk in dealing with medical waste, especially the hazardous one, is minimized for our staff who encounter it.
Moreover, the staff knows about the medical waste laws and Oklahoma City regulations.
Get a Cost-Effective Deal with Us
If you wish to get the medical waste disposed of at an optimal cost in Oklahoma City, your search ends here.
You can reach out to us and tell us your requirements to get a free quotation.
We even offer customized plans as per your requirements. When you hear our quotations, you’ll be in awe of the fair deal we have to offer.
Assures a Safe and Secure Approach
From waste pickup to disposal, every step keeps the environment and safety of Oklahoma City residents in mind.
When we arrange for a pickup, we mark the bins, seal them, limit the waste in volume and danger.
Later, we arrange for disposal. Locations of the sanitary landfills are away from the residential areas, schools, or ecological spaces.
Provide a Hassle-Free Experience
The waste laws are strict in Oklahoma City. Arranging for waste disposal can be tiresome if hospitals or nursing homes plan to do it on their own.
We take care of everything end-to-end to provide you with a hassle-free experience.
We are available 24/7. And ensure the least cancellations to build strong credibility and trust.
Best Practices We Follow for Handling Medical Wastes
Segregate the Waste
We work on segregating different types of waste. It includes blood products, human body fluids, pathological, pharmaceutical, hazardous wastes, sharps, etc.
It is challenging to separate blood bags, human organs, tissues, body parts, bandages, and body fluids.
This is the most crucial step for medical waste management. It makes the eventual steps easier and time-saving.
Limit Waste Volume by Incineration
Incineration limits the waste volume.
This process involves disinfecting the waste using high-temperature conditions. It kills the bacteria even before the process of recycling or disposing of it comes into the picture.
We use this process for various types of medical waste and leave the waste volume to about 10%-20% of the original.
Sterilize the Waste Using Autoclaving
We dump the medical waste in small chambers to sterilize it with heat, pressure, and steam for hours. This process helps to kill any microbial activity.
After sterilizing the waste, the team takes it for shredding. Here the waste is reduced to shreds minimizing its chances to repurpose later.
This waste is reduced in volume and sterilized enough. Now, we treat it with unhazardous waste.
Inactivate the Microorganisms with Chemical Disinfection
We crush the waste collected from hospitals, nursing homes, pharmacies, etc.
It is brought in contact with chemical disinfectants for a good duration. The chemical disinfectants used are usually chlorine dioxide, calcium hypochlorite, or sodium hypochlorite.
This process allows the decay of organic matter. It kills microorganisms. Otherwise, they can be infectious to the local population or the environment.
Dispose of the Waste in a Sanitary Landfill
Once the waste is minimized in volume and hazards, we dispose of it in a sanitary landfill. It is no longer harmful to the environment or people living nearby.
We ensure that the landfill location is far from any residential areas or flora and fauna habitats.
Depending upon the quantity of the waste, we dispose of it in a small, medium-sized, or large landfill.
Maintain Proper Documentation
We collect waste from individual facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, or pharmacies. Proper documentation is done. We report the medical waste data to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
It allows them to optimize hospital standards and medical waste regulations shortly. Maintaining proper records helps us and completes the cycle of medical waste handling.