What You Need to Know About Medical Waste

June 5th, 2020 Category: Medical Waste

Due to the current pandemic, increased efforts to mitigate the spread of infection are vital. One way that healthcare facilities and related businesses can do their part is by working with a Maryland medical waste removal company to ensure infectious materials are disposed of properly. Let’s take a look at what items your business generates […]

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Important Considerations for Handling Pathological Waste

April 1st, 2020 Category: Medical Waste

Pathological waste is a classification of waste that includes anything that could contain a pathogenic agent (any type of microorganism that could cause disease). Here at Broadview Waste Services, we deal with pathological and all other kinds of waste, and we wanted to take some time today to talk about pathological waste and how it […]

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What Types of Businesses Need Waste Management Solutions?

February 3rd, 2020 Category: General

How to properly dispose of waste probably isn’t at the forefront of a business’s mind during their operations. It is only after the fact that they are left with the question of how to appropriately dispose of the waste that they created. If your business produces any of the types of waste listed below, you […]

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How Dangerous is Medical Waste to Your Business?

November 5th, 2019 Category: Medical Waste

Every year, about 2 million tons of medical waste is created by hospitals, veterinary clinics, and homes. Medical waste is defined as any waste that contains infectious or potentially infectious material. Examples of medical wastes generated by businesses throughout the United States are: Anything that is soaked in blood Any tissues or organs removed during […]

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