Medical Waste Disposal: 3 Tips To Reduce Medical Waste costs

Medical Waste Disposal: 3 Tips To Reduce Medical Waste costs

Medical Waste Disposal: when it comes to reliable, high quality and trustworthy waste management services, there is no reason why the medical, veterinarian and pharmaceutical sectors should not benefit from the low costs and excellent customer services provided by Waster’s online model.

In this blog, we provide easy to follow and usable information detailing how your business can reduce their waste costs and improve business flexibility by implementing three easy steps. At all times you can also rest assured that your services are being provided by a fully qualified and insured provider.

 

What medical waste disposal services does Waster offer?

 

Waster offers comprehensive high quality medical waste bins management services across all metro regions throughout Australia. Waster makes obtaining your waste services fast and can service operators in dental, medical, veterinary and research areas. We ensure maximum control of any infection risk throughout the entire process by following EPA approved processes.

 

We supply sanitised and fully lined mobile clinical waste disposal bins that we collect when full and transport to our fully licenced waste treatment facility. Waste is treated using state of the art steam sterilisation or incineration technology before being shredded and disposed.

 

Clinical – discarded sharps, lab and associated waste, human tissue and animal tissue or carcasses used in research

 

Cytotoxic – Waste is material that is, or may be, contaminated with a Cytotoxic drug during the preparation, transport or administration of chemotherapy. Cytotoxic drugs are toxic compounds known to have carcinogenic, mutagenic and/or teratogenic (causing foetal and/or neonatal abnormalities) potential. Must be incinerated

 

Pharmaceutical – Used or unused drugs, waste generated from manufacture of drugs. Must be incinerated

 

Anatomical – Body parts, or components used for replacement of joints etc. Must be incinerated.

 

What medical waste disposal bins are available

Waster provides medical waste disposal bins in both 120 litre and 240 litre sizes for the safe collection of waste at the customer site. All waste is collected in EPA approved and compliant vehicles.

 

All wheelie bins sizes are coloured yellow in line with Australian bin and waste sticker standards – making it easy for your staff to make the correct disposal decision. You can see the bin sizes shown in the images below:

 

Medical waste disposal bin sizes

 

3 tips to saving money on your medical waste disposal

 

The easiest way to save money on medical waste services is to follow this simple plan:

 

A. Check out your current contract and see if you are tied into a long term , restrictive supply arrangement with your current waste supplier. There is no reason for a business in Australia in 2016 to be tied into a long term contract that does not suit their interests. Waster operates on flexible 30 day contracts.

 

B. Compare your waste collection prices online. Waster brings transparency to medical waste disposal, you can compare your current costs with our online shop. We currently offer medical waste disposal in the following metro regions: Canberra, Newcastle, Central Coast NSW, Sydney, Wollongong, Darwin, Adelaide and Hobart.

 

C. Say goodbye to hidden or additional fees. You may have been charged extra fees from your incumbent waste supplier such as bin rental, site fees, environmental fees, admin fees etc. Waster.com.au does not charge these fees. What you sign up for is exactly what you pay. For full details on pricing inclusions please see our pricing page. For an example of clear pricing see our grease trap price.

 

Check out our recent article when we launched medical waste bins Melbourne services.

 

What to do now?

The smartest choice at this juncture is to check our online prices for medical services. Check our online waste costs.

Your alternative is to submit a request for a 24 hour cost comparison. Waster will do the number crunching for you and respond with itemised detail on exactly how much you can save by moving to Waster. Free cost comparison request

 

Author: Mr Waster

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July 04, 2016 in Know-How, Medical Waste

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