North Carolina Sharps Disposal & Biohazard Services
NC Sharps Disposal, otherwise known as Sharps Needle Management, normally refers to waste products that cannot be considered general waste, produced from health care premises, such as hospitals, clinics, doctors offices, veterinary hospitals, labs and more. Our Sharps and Needle Waste services are provided in North & South Carolina - Our team works with you and your staff every step of the way to ensure that we can meet all of your Sharps hazardous waste disposal needs. We consider multiple factors when providing you a Sharps quote. This includes your budget, the volume of Sharps medical waste you need to dispose of, and the frequency of service needed. In addition, we are dedicated to lessen your cost for medical waste disposal, without sacrificing the quality of service or compliance.
We offer North Carolina compliant, comprehensive Biohazard Sharps services to thousands of customers every month
We develop and customize a Sharps Biohazard service, for each client
- Reduce overall cost of your North Carolina Sharps waste disposal service
- Place priorities on regulatory compliance & safety
- Educate on waste reduction practices for Sharps, to reduce overall service costs
- No long term waste disposal contracts
- Flexible service
- Sharps OSHA training
Examples of North Carolina Sharps may include:
•Needles – hollow needles used to inject drugs (medication) under the skin
•Syringes – devices used to inject medication into or withdraw fluid from the body
•Lancets, also called “finger-stick” devices – instruments with a short, two-edged blade used to get drops of blood for testing. Lancets are commonly used in the treatment of diabetes.
•Auto Injectors, including epinephrine and insulin pens – syringes pre-filled with fluid medication designed to be self-injected into the body
•Infusion sets – tubing systems with a needle used to deliver drugs to the body.
•Connection needles/sets – needles that connect to a tube used to transfer fluids in and out of the body. This is generally used for patients on home hemodialysis.
North Carolina Sharps may be used at home at work, and while traveling to manage the medical conditions of people or their pets. These medical conditions include allergies, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, infertility, migraines, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, blood clotting disorders, and psoriasis.
There are about 9 million Americans who use needles or other sharps to manage their medical conditions at home. This amounts to more than 3 billion used needles and other sharps that must be disposed of outside health care settings each year