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Maryland Medical Waste Disposal Services

Sep 15, 2017

Medical waste is an unavoidable byproduct of medicine, and handling this waste properly is extremely important. This is especially true in Maryland where the proper transportation and disposal of medical waste is strictly regulated. Until destroyed, the medical and hazardous medical waste produced by your business or facility is your responsibility. In order to ensure […]

5 Reasons Your Medical Practice Needs a Waste Service

Jul 27, 2017

If you own, operate, or work at a medical practice and don’t take advantage of a regulated waste solutions service, you should. Here are five simple reasons why your medical practice needs a waste service today. Preventing Accidents If you’re not using a waste solutions company to transport and dispose of your company’s medical waste, […]

Now Offering “Cradle-to-Grave” Services

Jul 21, 2017

Here at BWS, we strive to deliver the best in waste management solutions for our clients. To build upon our history of industry leading services, last month we installed and are now operating our own on-site treatment and processing facility. This means BWS will now not only be able to pick-up and transport your company’s […]

Medical Waste Disposal in Washington D.C.

Jul 13, 2017

Every medical facility produces waste, and making sure that waste is disposed of properly promotes a healthy and safe environment. Federal and local regulations are in place to help facilitate appropriate disposal of medical waste. If your D.C. medical facility does not maintain a partnership with a reliable and trustworthy medical waste disposal company, you […]

Pennsylvania Medical Waste Disposal Services

Jun 27, 2017

Whether you run a small medical facility or a large hospital network, having a biomedical waste service you can count on is crucial. Biohazardous materials and medical waste must be taken care of with the utmost caution, and the rules and regulations surrounding their disposal can be overwhelming. Federal regulations are very specific about how […]

Difference Between The Various Waste Generator Categories

Jun 9, 2017

Businesses which generate hazardous waste will fall into one of three hazardous waste generator categories. The term generator in this instance is simply used as someone who creates, or generates, waste. In this article, we will explain the difference between the various waste generator categories as well as go into other important distinctions of each. […]

The Difference Between Bio-Hazardous, Infectious, and Pathological Wastes

Jun 2, 2017

What is Bio-Hazardous Waste? Bio-hazardous waste is classified as any waste which contains infectious, or potentially infectious, material such as blood. A good example of bio-hazardous waste would be sharps waste. Sharps waste obviously could contain potentially infectious material, but it’s hard to actually recognize that it does in fact contain something infectious. What is […]

Medical Waste Disposal in Virginia

May 5, 2017

Having a medical waste company you can count on is crucial to any medical facility. In the process of performing day-to-day medical services, you are bound to eventually create medical waste. This waste will need to be disposed of properly, and in compliance with local and federal regulations. In other words, if your Virginia waste […]

What to Ask when Hiring a Medical Waste Removal Company

Apr 26, 2017

If you work in the medical industry, you probably already know how important it is to properly dispose of the waste your facility produces. Medical waste removal companies are available to you to ensure that your waste is disposed of safely and efficiently. Choosing the right company to handle your medical waste shouldn’t be difficult […]

Why Proper Disposal of Medical Waste Saves Lives

Apr 21, 2017

According to the World Health Organization, 85% of the waste generated by the healthcare industry is general, non-hazardous waste, while the remaining 15% is classified as hazardous. 100% of these materials need to be disposed of properly to minimize and eliminate health risks for everyone, not just those who work directly with medical waste! Being […]

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Maryland Waste Services: Baltimore City (21201), Frederick (21701), Rockville (20847), Gaithersburg (20877), Bowie (20715), Hagerstown (21740), Annapolis (21401), College Park (20740), Westminster (21157), Eldersburg (21784), Laurel (20707), Greenbelt (20768), Cumberland (21501), Hyattsville (20781), Takoma Park (20901) and more.

Delaware Waste Services: Wilmington (19801), Newark (19702), Dover (19901), New Castle (19720), Bear (19701), Middletown (19709), Millsboro (19966), Lewes (19958), Seaford (19973), Smyrna (19977), Milford (19963), Georgetown (19947), Hockessin (19707), Laurel (19956), Claymont (19703), Rehoboth Beach (19971), and more.

Virginia Waste Services: Virginia Beach (19971), Richmond (22109), Alexandria (22301), Chesapeake (23320), Norfolk (23501), Arlington (22201), Woodbridge (22191), Henrico (23075), Newport News (23601), Roanoke (24001), Fredericksburg (22401), Fairfax (20151), Manassas (20108), Hampton (23605), Falls Church (22040), and more.

West Virginia Waste Services: Charleston (25301), Morgantown (26501), Huntington (25701), Martinsburg (25401), Parkersburg (26101), Wheeling (26003), Fairmont (26554), Beckley (25801), Princeton (24739), Clarksburg (26301), Saint Albans (05478), Weirton (26062), Hurricane (25526), Bluefield (24701), Buckhannon (26201), and more.

Pennsylvania Waste Services: Philadelphia (19019), Pittsburgh (15122), Allentown (18101), Erie (16501), Reading (19601), Scranton (18447), Bethlehem (18015), Lancaster (17573), Levittown (19054), Harrisburg (17101), Altoona (16601), Penn Hills (17653), York (17315), State College (16801), Wilkes-Barre (18701)

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