Crossing the Ethical Line? Controversial Waste Provider Stericycle Back in the News

Recently an article from the Christian News entitled, “Company Stericycle, Known for Burning, Illegally Dumping Aborted Babies, to Dispose of Ebola Waste” highlighted the fact that Stericyle has been granted a permit from the U.S. government to dispose of Ebola contaminated waste in Texas. Stericycle, the nation’s largest medical waste company, has been under fire from
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Biomedical Waste Removal: How Ebola is changing the way we think about waste

The recent news of two healthcare workers in Dallas, Texas contracting the Ebola virus from a patient has sent shockwaves and fear across the country. The Centers for Disease Control blames the lack of protective gear and training involved for the spread and since has enacted a more stringent protocol for those in medical community. Ebola is
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Sustainability & the Environment: Moving fowards or backwards?

This past year marked 35 years ago that “Earth day” was created when it mobilized 200 million people in 141 countries and lifted the status of environmental issues onto the world stage. Years later polls were taken by Gallup, asking people what they valued more… importance on protecting the environment or economic growth. The results may
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Biomedical Waste Removal and Protecting the Environment

If your facility is one of the 38,000 located in Florida that generates biomedical waste on a yearly basis, then you know how important it is to remove it properly. Not only can it be a danger to workers and staff at the facility, but it also poses a risk to the general public if it’s not handled
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The Universal Waste Management Difference: Customer Service vs. Customized Service

In this day and age you’ve probably heard the saying, “The only true constant is change.”  In order to stay relevant to your customers today you’ve got to understand their needs and adapt to a changing tomorrow. This begs the question, “Then why are so many companies, not changing?” Take for example customer service. There is
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What’s Your Biomedical Waste Operating Plan?

Most companies who deal with biomedical waste don’t know where to begin when it comes to compliance. States can vary on the required documentation, regulation, and training necessary. Even though many facilities have their biomedical waste removed by a registered waste transporter, it’s still important to have a “plan” in place that documents your procedures and emergency
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Pros & Cons: Fiding the Right Medical Waste Removal Provider

It doesn’t matter if you’re a  small medical office or a full scale hospital with more than 1,000 employees, it’s critical to find a provider that has the flexibility to fit your needs. When it comes to making that final decision you really should consider the Pros and Cons of your options. For the sake of this post
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Stop the CYCLE – Top 5 Reasons You Should Switch Medical Waste Removal Providers

“I need help getting out of my contract, when I call customer service they tell me that I will be hit with a huge penalty or to call back in a few months and cancel then to avoid the charges.” Sound familiar? These are some of the main tactics used by 97% of the Medical
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What’s a Good Price for Medical Waste Removal Services?

Most of us value a good deal, in fact many of us will go “above and beyond” just to save a few bucks. What’s the driving force you ask? Price. No matter what service or product you are looking for there’s a good chance that these slogans have been used to try and get you buy
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Florida Medical Waste Removal: 3 Things You Should Know

When visiting a doctor’s office or a medical facility you may have noticed the special containers and wondered where does all that waste go? Who manages it? Is it hurting the environment? Well according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), when biomedical waste is improperly managed, it places health care workers, sanitation workers, and the general
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