While not a healthcare facility, funeral homes are organizations that require proper medical waste removal just for the very nature of what they do. Funeral home staff members work with deceased human beings who can harbor a myriad of diseases, both communicable and non-communicable. Before a funeral home can dispose of any waste, guidelines are […]
Aside from hospitals, did you know that there are several other types of facilities that produce medical waste? We have discussed quite a bit about regulated medical waste (RMW) and how it pertains to long-term care institutions, as well as funeral homes and laboratories. Blood banks are one of the least talked about facilities when
Medical Waste Veterinary May 3-9 was National Pet Week, a week dedicated to celebrate the furry friends that enrich our lives. Created by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Auxiliary to the AVMA in 1981, National Pet Week not only highlights the many reasons to celebrate our pets, but to raise awareness of
Mental Health Medical Waste Dealing With Regulated Medical Waste Behavioral health services and facilities provide crucial care to millions of Americans faced with mental health diagnosis, and to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Month, MedXWaste can help those who service our communities in deciding how to properly remove what’s considered regulated medical waste, or RMW.