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Medical Waste Disposal in St. Louis, Michigan

Medical Waste Disposal in St. Louis, Michigan. Medical waste, such as needles and items used for patient care, can pose a public health risk if not treated and disposed of properly. St. Louis, Michigan Medical Waste Disposal is a service that safely and securely gets rid of your medical waste, so it never poses a threat to the environment or human health. We also offer other services, such as sharps disposal and shredding services. Contact us today to get started!

St. Louis, Michigan Biohazard Waste Disposal

St. Louis, Michigan Biohazard Waste Disposal. Biohazardous waste disposal has many regulations that must be followed to ensure safety. It is best to work with a professional licensed biohazard waste disposal service, who knows the latest laws and regulations. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that you dispose of biohazardous waste in a safe manner and may impose fines for not complying with regulations.

Most Biohazardous waste disposal fines are from a lack of knowledge vs. intentionally disposing of biohazard waste illegally. That said, it doesn’t stop the fines. There were some hospitals disposing of medical waste illegally that received a $451,000 fine and the investigation attributed the problem to lack of proper training of employees.

Sharps Container Disposal in St. Louis, Michigan

Sharps Container Disposal in St. Louis, Michigan. We work with healthcare facilities, veterinarians, long term care facilities, funeral homes and more for convenient cost-effective St. Louis, Michigan sharps container disposal. We work with St. Louis, Michigan commercial businesses for sharps disposal, commercial baled cardboard recycling, medical waste, and biohazard waste disposal services.

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Secure Document Shredding in St. Louis, Michigan

Secure Document Shredding in St. Louis, Michigan. When you dispose of sensitive documents such as financial records, tax information, and other important documents, it’s important to be sure they cannot be accessed by unauthorized personnel. You might think that throwing them in your recycling bin is enough, but this is not the case. Your trash is the public’s treasure! A clever person with time on their hands can find your recyclables and see what you have discarded. If you are planning on disposing of sensitive paper documents, a professional shredding service is the way to go. We can setup a reoccurring shredding schedule or offer a one-time purge of sensitive documents for your St. Louis, Michigan business.


Commercial OCC Cardboard Recycling in St. Louis, Michigan

Commercial OCC Cardboard Recycling in St. Louis, Michigan. A lot of companies these days are trying to reduce their carbon footprint, but not all of them know how to go about it. The first thing many people do is switch their light bulbs to LEDs, but if you really want to be environmentally friendly, you should investigate recycling your cardboard.

What is St. Louis, Michigan Cardboard Recycling and How Does it Work?

Commercial cardboard recycling in St. Louis, Michigan is the process of separating it from other paper, such as office paper and newspaper. You will want to remove any shipping materials such as packing peanuts, plastic bags, and bubble wrap. Collapse the box, when there is enough cardboard, it is then baled and picked up by Commercial Waste Systems.

St. Louis About

St. Louis is a city in Gratiot County in the state of Michigan. The population is 7,482. The city has a total area of 3.53 square miles, of which 3.34 square miles is land and 0.19 square miles is water.



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St. Louis, Michigan Information

It was long recognized that St. Louis sits at the geographic center of Michigan’s lower peninsula “as closely as can be determined.” A campaign by Clarence and Odessa Smazel in the early 1950s, owners of the St. Louis Leader-Press, a now-defunct local newspaper, resulted in the State of Michigan designating it as such: a sign in Clapp Park on Highway M-46 denotes the city as the official “Middle of the Mitten.”