At MBS, we believe in safe and efficient waste management and disposal. That’s why we offer a variety of services to help your business stay OSHA compliant and run smoothly. Not sure where to start? Get in touch with us so we can find the right solution for your particular needs.
Biohazardous waste encompasses all waste containing contagious (or potentially contagious) materials, including solids, liquids, sharps, as well as any waste generated from biomedical research involving the production and testing of biological products.
Any waste suspected to be infected requires proper disposal to protect healthcare workers, the general public, and the environment. That’s why we provide a safe, easy, and efficient process to help you manage your biowaste.
Hazardous waste is waste which includes a chemical composition or other substance that arms it with the potential to injure or end life. Disposal of hazardous and chemical waste must be safe, protect human health, and guard against damage to the environment.
MBS’ Hazardous Waste Division is a resourceful tool for waste generators who wish to combine all regulated waste streams under one company, as we manage essentially every type of hazardous waste.
In addition to hazardous waste, we also take care of the transportation of hazardous materials. Hazardous Materials are classified by the EPA as non-waste substances or chemicals that pose harm to the public or the environment. You can rest assured that your hazardous products will be secure with our HAZMAT certified professionals.
Pharmaceutical waste includes prescription and over-the-counter drugs which are expired, unused, or contaminated. Some pharmaceutical waste may be hazardous; however, not all hazardous waste is pharmaceutical. Generally, pharmaceutical waste produced by businesses may not be disposed of using take-back programs.
Disposal must abide by regulations set forth by local, state, and federal environmental protection agencies. With MBS, you can rest easy by utilizing our adaptable and compliant disposal system.
The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires the privacy of protected health information (PHI) be secured. Reasonable protections must be implemented to avoid disclosures of PHI, including in connection with disposal.
Any workers handling this sensitive and private information must be properly trained on its disposal policies and procedures. Rest assured that MBS will handle the disposal of your sensitive documents with great prudence and confidentiality.
Universal waste encompasses various types of both hazardous and non-hazardous material such as e-waste, batteries, light bulbs, paints, cardboard, and more.
We understand that universal waste streams can vary greatly. That’s why we offer customizable plans that are tailored to your waste disposal needs. Get in touch with us today to see how we can best serve your facility.
OSHA requires that employees that handle bloodborne pathogens, pharmaceutical waste, hazardous waste, or sensitive documents undergo training.
MBS provides a variety of training options and more for your workers, so you can keep your facility safe and compliant.