Grand Rapids, Michigan Medical Waste Disposal. Michigan Medical Waste offers convenient, reliable, secure medical waste services. Including, Medical Waste Disposal, Biohazard Waste Disposal, Sharps Waste, Document Destruction and Compliance Training. Call us today for a hassle free customized quote to fit your needs.
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Grand Rapids, MI Waste Disposal. Michigan Medical Waste specializes in handling and disposal of medical waste for Grand Rapids and surrounding areas. Our in-depth knowledge complies with all of the local, state, and federal laws to ensure that medical waste is handled, collected, and disposed of to keep people, our communities and our environment safe. Our team works with medical organizations as well as private businesses in Grand Rapids and the surrounding areas to consult, coordinate, and examine all of their medical waste disposal needs, offering advice and security for compliance with state and federal guidelines. If your company deals with medical waste, contact us for a cost-effective quote.
Grand Rapids, MI Biohazard Waste Disposal. The State of Michigan has very specific laws that dictate the handling, storage, transportation, and disposal of biohazard waste. Michigan Medical Waste works with our clients to assure that biohazard waste is disposed of in a safe manner. Biohazard waste is defined as any biological waste that can potentially transmit infectious diseases to people or animals. While hospitals are the largest generators of biological waste, it is also generated by doctor’s offices, dental offices, pharmacies, mortuaries, research laboratories, coroner’s offices, nursing homes, blood banks, body piercing companies and tattoo parlors. The team at Michigan Medical Waste ensures that all biohazard waste is properly collected and disposed of for the safety of all.
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Grand Rapids, MI Sharps Disposal. Sharps are any item that is potentially contaminated with a transmittable disease that can pierce the skin. Michigan Medical Waste offers various sharps container choices for our clients including single and reusable use that are FDA-referred. The containers have safety roll top lids that are sturdy and ensure that the sharps can be dropped in without fear of injury. The team of consultants at Michigan Medical Waste will work with a client to council on sharps container types and recommended locations. We invite you to contact us to discuss your sharps disposal needs.
Grand Rapids, MI Document Destruction. The reassurance of complete document destruction is part of doing business in today’s world. Michigan Medical Waste specialize in complete destruction to assure that an organization’s confidential information is destroyed. We send our drivers to deliver lockable cabinets and/or containers to hold the documents and then our secure trucks will arrive to remove them, taking full custody responsibility, and transport to a location where the documents will be destroyed. We supply all clients with proof of destruction certificate to comply with state and federal requirements.
Grand Rapids is the second-largest city in Michigan and the county seat of Kent County. Situated along the Grand River approximately 30 miles east of Lake Michigan, it is the economic and cultural hub of West Michigan, the fastest growing major city in Michigan, and one of the fastest growing cities in the Midwest.
Grand Rapids developed on the banks of the Grand River, where there was once a set of rapids, at an altitude of 610 feet above sea level. Ships could navigate on the river up to this fall line, stopping because of the rapids. The river valley is flat and narrow, surrounded by steep hills and bluffs. The terrain becomes more rolling hills away from the river. The countryside surrounding the metropolitan area consists of mixed forest and farmland, with large areas of orchards to the northwest. It is approximately 25 mi east of Lake Michigan. The state capital of Lansing lies about 60 mi to the east-by-southeast, and Kalamazoo is about 50 mi to the south.