Other Waste Disposal Solutions

Other Waste Disposal Services

Our waste disposal services specialize in the recovery and removal of each of the categories below within New England, so you can focus on your practice.

Dental Amalgam Disposal

Dental amalgam is a dental filling material used to fill cavities caused by tooth decay. Dental amalgam is a mixture of metals, consisting of liquid mercury and a powdered alloy.

When disposing of amalgam waste, it is important to have a chair side trap installed to contain stray solid amalgam. Also be mindful of the extracted teeth and amalgam capsules. The amalgam waste should be collected in a container with a secure lid and labeled as dental amalgam waste. The container should then be picked up, we can take it from there.

X-Ray Fixer and Developer Disposal

Used X-ray fixer and sometimes developer is considered a hazardous waste because of the silver content. Due to the silver content, X-ray fixer and developer must not be disposed of as regular waste. It must be sent for off site recovery to ensure proper and safe disposal.

Photo processing and X-ray developer must be managed and disposed of in accordance with local and federal regulations. Often, it's best disposed of by sending containers to destination facilities. We can help you manage this process.

Universal Waste Disposal

This is a category of waste materials designated as “hazardous waste” made up of batteries, pesticides, mercury-containing equipment, lamps and aerosol cans.

Universal waste disposal is an important part of protecting natural resources and ensuring a safe and healthy environment for future generations. It is important to properly dispose of any universal waste materials to prevent them from leaking into the environment. Cutting corners can cause potential harm to humans, animals and ecosystems or contaminate natural resources.

E-Waste Disposal

E-Waste or end of life electronics include computers, TV’s, tablets, smart phones, etc.

Certain components of some electronic products contain materials that render them hazardous. We can provide safe and secure electrical waste disposal and electronics recycling services. We ensure that all electronic waste is managed responsibly and all hazardous materials are disposed of in accordance with local and state requirements. We also provide certified documentation of our services upon request.

Lead Foils Disposal

Lead vests and foils are variations of an extremely malleable form of sheet lead used that is often used for radiation shielding. Lead is considered a hazardous material.

We can help by providing safe and reliable disposal of lead aprons and lead foil. We have the expertise to handle this hazardous material responsibly, including lead foil recycling and proper disposal. We can ensure that your lead foils and lead vests disposal is in accordance with all local and federal regulations.

Medical Device Recycling

A medical device is any device intended to be used for medical purposes. Depending on the state of use, medical devices can be recycled. Scrap metal is often recycled from medical devices, such as outdated medical equipment, after it has been properly decontaminated or destroyed.

Proper medical waste management involves the recycling of scrap metal from medical equipment in order to reduce waste and conserve resources. Recycling these materials can also help reduce the amount of biomedical waste that is sent to the landfill, which helps protect the environment.

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