Services Offered

Biohazardous Waste Disposal

Superb Medical services any type of biohazardous waste disposal. Pickups are available daily, weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, and more.

What is Biohazardous Waste?

Also known as regulated medical waste, red bag waste, and infectious waste is any waste contaminated with potentially infectious agents or materials that may post a threat to public health or the environment.

Each category of biohazardous waste must be segregated, identified, decontaminated, and disposed of appropriately to reduce risks for workers and the environment. Biohazardous waste should not be left untreated and unsecured in areas accessible to the public, and only designated employees or hired medical waste handlers should interact with the waste.

Biohazard Removal Services

Our biomedical management services include all of the types of biohazard waste. There are four different categories of biohazard waste:

Solid Biohazardous Waste

  • Items contaminated with human or animal bodily material
  • All microbiological culture or sample containers contaminated with biological materials
  • Gloves and other contaminated disposable PPE
  • Non glass tubes of blood

Liquid Biohazardous Waste

  • Blood or blood products
  • Body fluids (urine, feces, semen, vaginal secretions) Cultures and stocks of infectious agents
  • Human or animal cells or tissue in liquid form
  • Discarded liquid from medical equipment or instruments

Sharps Waste

  • Needles and syringes
  • Scalpels and blades
  • Glass pipettes or slides
  • Any other item that can puncture or lacerate skin

Pathology Waste

  • Human or animal tissues or organs
  • Body parts
  • Tissues or fluids from biopsies
  • Samples from post-mortem examinations
  • Any other waste contaminated with pathological or anatomical materials

Collection and Transportation of Biohazardous and Biomedical Waste

Biohazard waste shouldn’t accumulate by the producer of the waste without a well thought out and established plan for collection. Please read the Medical Waste Management Act for more information about “Accumulation Areas.”

Biomedical and biohazardous waste should be collected as frequently as possible and properly labeled. Containers should be replaced routinely and staff should be well educated on local laws and regulations surrounding medical waste.

Biohazard transport vehicles should be closed and locked, with suitable equipment available to deal with each specific locations needs.

We understand that potential clients can have specific needs when it comes to how frequent they need their waste to be picked up. Our team works with you during your onboarding process to determine the best schedule for your facility. Please feel free to contact us with any questions concerning compliance or pickup times.

Personalized Waste Management Plans

Feel free to give us a call to discuss what your potential needs might be. We can create a personalized waste management plan just for you. Depend on our commitment to safety and efficiency for any of your biohazard waste disposal needs