Healthcare Facilities Improve Medical Waste Procedures by Partnering with Choice MedWaste

April 18, 2017

Any medical or healthcare facility searching for a biohazard company in Philadelphia, PA, Delaware or Maryland, is encouraged to contact the professionals at Choice MedWaste this spring. With a commitment to educating customers and providing them with the right products and services, Choice MedWaste helps to ensure all medical waste is packaged and disposed of properly. This way, administrators have peace of mind about their adherence to ever changing regulations and state specific rules.

At Choice MedWaste, their team works with each medical and healthcare provider individually, to help them figure out the best schedule for their biohazard removal needs. Also, because of their local presence, administrators don’t have to worry about being charged additional fees if they require extra stops during regular business hours. Although some companies may charge a minimal pick-up fee, regardless of whether there is waste or not, that does not happen at Choice MedWaste. Rather, their goal is to change these experiences by creating a more flexible schedule for medical waste removal.

In addition, customers never have to feel pressured to sign long term contracts with packaged services unless they require them. There’s also no need to worry about making sure there are labels on containers; the professional drivers at Choice MedWaste always come prepared with labels and tape to seal up the containers properly. Moreover, if a customer doesn’t have any waste that needs to be picked up or vice versa, and they need an extra pickup outside of their normal schedule, they won’t have to deal with additional fees aside from their standard per box pricing for the pick-up.

Whether someone is looking for a company specializing in the disposal of sharps in Philadelphia, PA, for example, or pharmaceutical waste disposal in Delaware, there’s no better team to partner with for all their medical waste needs than Choice MedWaste. 

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