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Medical Waste Disposal in California

Medical Waste Disposal in California

California

An inexpensive alternative to high-priced medical waste disposal

GRP offers an inexpensive, no-committment way to easily and conveniently dispose of biomedical waste for offices, clinics, labs and manufacturers who generate smaller amounts of medical waste. Whether you run a dental office, small medical clinic, nursing home, funeral home, lab, or just need proper disposal to meet your bloodborne pathogen compliance, we can help.

Mail Back Medical Waste Disposal

Our mail back medical waste disposal container is five gallons in size, and is very simple to order, fill, and return. No need for contracts, just send it back when you’ve filled the container and we’ll take care of proper disposal.

medical waste disposal container

Place your general medical waste and sealed sharps containers into the container for proper disposal. This could include used exam gloves, bandages, gauze, pads or swabs, and other routine care waste.

This medical waste mail back system is also great for mailing back multiple sealed sharps containers (USPS regulations prohibit any loose sharps from being placed into the container.)

Mail Back Sharps Disposal

If you’re only looking for a sharps disposal solution, we have a wide variety of different sizes and configurations to best meet your specific needs. Click to see our mail back sharps disposal systems.

Medical Waste Disposal options for Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego

GRP provides mail back medical waste and mail back sharps disposal solutions for the entire state of California. If you’re in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Huntington Beach, Santa Rosa, Fresno, Sacramento, San Jose, Oakland, Long Beach, Riverside, Stockton, Huntington Beach or anywhere in the state, we provide service to you.

If you have any specific questions about our service, or are interested in automatic reordering, please contact us. We’re here to help!

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