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SaniTrax LLC is committed to safety, compliance, and environmentally responsible management of regulated medical waste. This industry is highly regulated and it is important to have a company that is knowledgeable about local, state, government regulations.
Medical Waste Containers
15 Gallon Gallon Disposal Box
28 Gallon Reusable Container
32 Gallon Disposable Box
96 Gallon Container
200 Gallon Reusable Container
We provide US DOT compliant labels and liners with our containers. Florida Generators must label the liners within the containers for compliance with Florida Department of Health Regulations.
What are sharps?
Sharps waste is a form of biomedical waste that has a sharp edge or point. This means sharps are not only needles; they are anything that can breach the skin or regulated medical waste packaging.
Sharps include but are not limited to: needles, syringes, broken glass, scalpels, culture slides, culture dishes, broken capillary tubes, broken rigid plastic and exposed ends of dental wires.
According to Florida Department of Health (64E-16.002), Sharps are defined as: Objects capable of puncturing, lacerating, or otherwise penetrating the skin.
What is Biomedical Waste?
A waste or reusable material known to contain or suspected to contain an infectious substance in Risk Group 2 or 3 and generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of human beings or animals; research on the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals; or the production or testing of biological products.
It is waste generated from procedures including any items saturated with blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM), such as bandages, gauze, or PPE, are considered regulated medical waste or biomedical waste.
According to Florida Department of Health (64E-16.002), Biomedical Waste is defined as: Any solid or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans, including non-liquid tissue, body parts, blood, blood products, and body fluids from humans and other primates; laboratory and veterinary wastes which contain human disease-causing agents; and discarded sharps.
What is Trace Chemotherapy Waste?
Trace chemotherapy wastes are materials that have come into contact with or may contain only a residual amount of a chemotherapy agent. This includes empty drug bottles or IV bags, as well as gloves and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) used during administering chemotherapy drugs.
What is Pathological Waste?
Pathological waste is commonly found in hospitals, veterinarian centers, medical laboratories, clinics, surgery centers, and other health care facilities. Pathological waste consists of human or animal body parts, organs, tissues and surgical specimens (decanted formaldehyde, formalin or other preservatives).