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Are You Tired of Being Stuck in A contract and Overpaying For Medical Waste Disposal?
Being stuck in a long-term contract is unfair and frustrating! That is why at Hill Country Medical Waste, we won’t lock you
into a long-term contract. You get the flexibility your medical or dental business needs. To make it even better, our prices
are affordable so that you only pay for the disposal you utilize. With service areas including the greater Austin, San Antonio,
and Houston areas, we make medical waste disposal should be cost effective, safe, and easy.
Save Money On Your Medical Waste Disposal Needs
We charge you flat rates with no hidden fees. You never pay for services that you don't use!
No Long-Term Contracts For Your Medical and Dental Business
Say goodbye to long term contracts! We provide you medical waste disposal with flexible terms.
Easy Scheduling for Medical waste Pick Up
We don't forget to pick up your waste and offer days that work for your business.
Cost Effective, Safe And Easy Medical Waste Disposal for Texas Medical and Dental Businesses
Medical waste disposal should be simple. Many healthcare businesses are burning cash on waste disposal that forces them
into long term contracts with no way out. Hill Country Medical Waste helps businesses manage their medical waste
disposal with affordable pricing, no long-term contracts, and professional service. Be confident knowing that your medical
waste is being handled affordably and safely.
Medical Waste Disposal
Disposal of medical waste doesn’t have to be complicated for clinics, hospital, medical offices, blood banks, nursing homes, autopsy centers, dental offices, and laboratories.
Hazadous Waste Disposal
Partnered with us so you can be assured that hazardous wastes are identified, managed, and treated prior to recycling or disposal.
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Take the hassle out of training your staff with on-demand, easy to use online OSHA Compliance & HIPAA Training. Train your staff anytime, and anywhere.
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- Call or email to request a quote and see your savings.
- You select an easy and flexible scheduling option.
- We safely remove your medical waste on your preferred date.
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Commonly Asked Questions about Medical Waste Disposal
Medical waste is a subset of wastes produced at hospitals, dental practices, blood banks and collection services, medical research facilities, mortuary and autopsy centers, physician’s offices, laboratories and research centers, veterinary hospitals/clinics, nursing homes for the elderly, and other health care facilities. These wastes may be infected by blood, body fluids or other potentially infectious materials.
There are health risks and negative environmental impact if disposal won’t be done properly. Health risks may involve sharps-inflicted injuries, radiation and chemical burns, thermal injuries, and toxic exposure to pharmaceutical products and substances like dioxins or mercury. The release of pathogens and toxic pollutants affect the environment which may potentially contaminate the water. Incineration of heavy metals or materials with high metal content can lead to the spread of toxic metals in the environment is another example of risk.
Wastes and by-products include different types of materials, as the following list illustrates:
- Infectious waste
- Pathological waste
- Chemical waste
- Pharmaceutical waste
- Cytotoxic waste
- Radioactive waste
In Texas, self-transport by a generator is possible. Small Quantity Generators (SQGs) with 50 pounds or less per month of untreated medical waste may transport their own medical waste without being subject to the transporter requirements specified in 30 TAC 326.31 (b). However, if you belong to the Large Quantity Generators (LQGs) group that generates more than 50 pounds of untreated wastes, you are subject to comply with the registration rule as stated in 30 TAC 326.53. Both SQGs and LQGs must keep the required documentations, containing information required by 30 TAC 326.53 (b)(8),(9), and (10).
If you’re interested to go with the self-transport option, you can visit this link now to register or you can partner with Hill Country Medical Waste to save you the effort and time of going through the same registration process that we already did. We have been serving many healthcare facilities as one of the active waste transporters in Texas.
Hazardous waste is a waste (including liquids, solids, gases, and sludges) with properties that can harm public health and environment. These wastes are dangerous and normally generated from many places, from industrial manufacturing process to batteries.
A waste is considered hazardous if it’s listed in one of the 4 lists below:
- F-list – Wastes that are common from manufacturing and industrial processes
- K-list – Wastes must match one of the descriptions stated in CFR and come from one of the 13 categories on the list
- P-list and U-list – Wastes from discarded commercial chemical products
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) also established four primary characteristics: (T) Toxicity, (R) Reactivity, (I) Ignitability, and (C) Corrosivity.
Both human health and environment are impacted if people are careless in managing hazardous wastes. Some of the potential health risks of hazardous waste are cancer, birth defects, genetic mutations, physical deformations, and physiological malfunctions like reproductive impairment and kidney failure. Hazardous waste can kill organisms in a lake or river, destroy plants and animals, too. Chronic toxicity happens if people or environment are exposed to hazardous substances for a long time.
You can set up and do the waste transportation of your facility’s hazardous wastes as long as you are registered and compliant to both EPA and United States Department of Transportation hazardous materials regulations. If you need to resolve your disposal issues right now, you can outsource this from an authorized company. At Hill Country Medical Waste, we are committed to helping businesses in regularly and safely transporting their hazardous wastes in Texas and we can do the same for you. We offer cost-effective and on-time waste disposal services.
It is important that you choose an authorized company to work with you in managing and disposing safely your generated wastes. It is a must that disposal is done properly as public health and environment may be put at risk. Hill Country Medical Waste is a trusted partner of many facilities in Texas and we are ready to provide you quality, easy, and affordable services.