Your Customized System

Our services are tailored to meet your specific needs, so we can schedule pickups on a daily, weekly, monthly or bimonthly basis. Working together, we’ll design and build a waste management system around your requirements—focused on cost-effectiveness, reliability, and ongoing compliance. We are regulated by the following regulatory agencies EPA, DOT, DEA, FDA, OSHA as well as State and County regulations.

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MET can address all your medical waste needs, since we collect, treat and dispose of the following materials.

Bio Waste

All blood and certain human bodily fluids are treated as if known to be infectious for HIV,HBV and other potentially infectious materials. This would include the handling of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that has become contaminated with blood or other potentially infectious materials Other Potentially Infectious Material (OPIM) in medical and / or dental facilities.

Pharmaceutical Waste

Pharmaceutical Waste has different classifications. Hazardous Pharmaceutical Waste is characterized as hazardous waste if it contains the sole active ingredient of the “P” or “U” listed waste, as described in 40 CFR Part 261, or if it exhibits at least one of the following characteristics on our services details page.

Trace Chemo Waste

Trace Chemo waste, containers – Empty vials, syringes, IV bags, etc. that held antineoplastics must be empty in order to be considered trace chemotherapy waste. Place these empty containers into the yellow waste container to be incinerated.Trace Chemo waste, sharps – needles used with antineoplastics must be placed in a designated sharps container and managed as a regulated infectious waste.

Sharps

Sharps are defined as any non-contaminated sharp object that can penetrate the skin, including, but not limited to: unbroken or broken capillary tubes and glass pipettes, blades from power tools, glass microscope slides and cover plates, and hypodermic and non-hypodermic needles.

Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Pharmaceutical Waste is characterized as hazardous waste if it contains the sole active ingredient of the “P” or “U” listed waste, as described in 40 CFR Part 261, or if it exhibits at least one of the following characteristics on our services details page.

Pathological Waste

Pathological waste includes animal carcasses, organs, tissues, body parts other than teeth, products of conception, and fluids removed by trauma or during surgery or autopsy or other medical procedure, and not fixed in formaldehyde.

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