Doctor’s offices, Urgent Care, and Walk-In Clinics usually treat thousands of patients a year. The great majority of patient visits produce some type of medical waste
Every hospital and health system has its own unique needs; it’s necessary to segment, dispose, and treat all of the medical waste produced.
Just like other medical waste producers such as doctor offices, laboratories, hospitals, and surgery centers, funeral home waste must be properly segregated.
Because of the assortment and varieties of waste in a pharmaceutical and clinical laboratory setting, you will likely need to have an expert evaluate your laboratory wastes to ensure you are in compliance.
While an outpatient or ambulatory surgical center doesn’t generate the
same volume of waste as a hospital, a surgical center often generates much the same types of medical waste as a hospital.
Whether you are an independent dentist, a member of a dental group, or an oral surgeon your dental practice produces many types of regulated medical waste (RMW) also known as red bag waste.
Although nursing homes and assisted living centers are rarely associated with environmental issues, they are regulated by federal and state regulations that include waste disposal.