Veterinary medical waste disposal is an important and necessary aspect of our daily lives, on both personal and professional levels. Veterinary waste management may seem to be a complicated process and industry if you attempt to understand it all at once. By breaking down the relevant issues into components, a stepwise approach may simplify the process for veterinary practices.
As with many relevant practice issues and programs, federal regulations set the minimum standards; however, state and local authorities may have broader or more stringent rules relative to Veterinary waste disposal. Because of this, it is imperative that practitioners are aware of and adhere to the rules and regulations of their individual locations.
Considering the number and levels of regulatory agencies involved across the nation; the number and variety of products available to the veterinary profession; the perpetual development of new products; and the range of potential circumstances or compositions for each item being discarded, keeping up with all the rules, regulations, and changes can be difficult at times. For this reason, we've gathered the following information and resources into one location to make the process easier for our customers.
Veterinary Waste Disposal
Just as your patient care is important to you, our customers are important to us. This is why we focus on customer service, compliance and safety. We work hard to make sure that you, our customer, is satisfied and assured that your medical waste is handled responsibly. We tailor our service to meet your needs, adapting when we need and addressing situations before they become issues makes us one step above the competition.