Hospitals and Medical Centers tend to be major generators of Regulated Medical Waste and Innovative Medical Waste Solutions is prepared to offer you a cost-effective solution to your disposal needs. Whether you have 100 beds and 1 operating room in rural Arizona or your operation is 1,500 beds with full surgery center with a laboratory on-site we can meet your needs.
The main objective at Innovative Medical Waste Solutions is safe and efficient Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) and Biomedical Waste Disposal in hospitals, urgent care centers, surgery centers and all other healthcare facilities. We specialize Sharps and Red Bag Waste Disposal. It is imperative the onsite staff members are knowledgeable of the handling and storing of medical waste, for removal and is in compliance of the regulations outlined by ADEQ, ADOSH and OSHA. The process of medical waste storage and eventually the transportation of materials is to make them both no longer a threat to the general public. Depending on the nature of the biomedical waste generated, removal of medical biohazards has several methods available.
Segregation of Regulated Medical Waste is a key element to controlling Biohazardous Medical Waste Disposal and Treatment costs while ensuring the safety of residents and staff at the same time. It is estimated that around 80% of all waste generated at Hospitals and Urgent Care Facilities is considered Municipal Solid Waste and can be discarded in normal non-regulated waste receptacles. Training your staff is crucial to the different colors waste receptacles and what waste goes in which.
Innovative Medical Waste Solutions is prepared to be your go to partner regarding all your Biohazardous Medical Waste Transportation and Disposal needs. Call Today for a free evaluation on how we can help (602) 926-7252.
In Arizona, Regulated Medical Waste or Biohazardous Medical Waste is taken to treatment facilities where the RMW is treated via Autoclave Technology. This process uses a combination of steam and pressure to inactivate the hazards associated with Blood and Bodily Fluids typically found in Biomedical Waste. The treated waste is then transported to a landfill where it then disposed of.
Medical Waste Incineration is the most common form of Disposal for Regulated Medical Waste in the United States. Over 90% of all Biohazardous Medical Waste is shipped across the country and the world to incineration plants for destruction. The ash that is created is then repurposed into concrete, or put into landfills as a hard pack material helping with composition and breakdown of other organic materials.
Arizona has a few Alternative Medical Waste Treatment Plants that provide different services not commonly used. These processes are effective however not all Regulated Medical Waste can be disposed of using these plants. Some of these treatment facilities still require additional disposal such as incineration after Medical Sharps are Shredded.
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