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PRESS RELEASE: MedPro Disposal joins forces with MFI Medical to Provide Additional Value to Customers

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MFI and MedPro will work together to help customers save on all their practice needs. NAPERVILLE, IL, USA, August 3, 2018 / MFI Medical Equipment, Inc. (MFI) has joined forces with MedPro Disposal, LLC(MedPro) to help provide their clients with an alternative solution for their required services. With surcharges and additional fees on the rise...Read Article

Laredo, Texas Medical Waste Disposal

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Texas-Specific Regulations for Proper Disposal of Medical Waste Since it became one of the official United States in the mid-1800s, people have been flocking to the great state of Texas. In fact, back in the 19th-century, the letters “G.T.T” became common shorthand for “Gone to Texas.” This was the quick way people let their families...Read Article

Biohazard Waste Examples

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What is Biohazard Waste? Some States define Biohazard waste specifically. Below are a few examples from California and Iowa for examples only. As always call MedPro or check with your health department on your specific state requirements. California’s definition of “Biohazardous waste” includes all of the following: Regulated medical waste, clinical waste, or biomedical waste...Read Article

Medical Waste Managment For Funeral Homes

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According to the National Funeral Directors Association (article cited below) the best practices for funeral directors to keep the health and safety of the communities they live and work in are outlined below. If you have any questions contact MedPro Waste Disposal today 888-641-6131 or call your local health department. “Funeral directors are trained to...Read Article

Importance of Proper Sharps Disposal in the Home

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  Ron Stoker Executive Director ISIPS International Sharps Injury Prevention Society Healthcare workers worldwide are concerned about needlesticks and other sharps injuries that result in life-threatening infections.  This includes home healthcare professionals and waste management personnel.   Home healthcare uses needles, syringes, lancets, auto injectors and infusion sets. These sharps are used at home to manage...Read Article

Biohazard Waste Disposal Guide

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Originally Posted 02/16 updated 05/18 Biohazard waste is waste that is contaminated with blood or other infectious materials. The infectious materials pose a risk of spreading disease in humans, animals and the environment. Biohazard waste is typically treated in an autoclave process which renders the waste harmless and then it is disposed of.  Medical waste...Read Article

Biohazard Bags

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Article previously published 2016 – updated 2018 Biohazard Bags – Why are Most Red? Biohazardous waste bags must be either RED or clear (orange bags are not allowed) and labeled with either the words “Biohazardous Waste,” or with a biohazard symbol and the word “Biohazard.” These bags must be disposable and impervious to moisture, and...Read Article

Home Healthcare and Safe Home Medical Waste Disposal

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By Ron Stoker – Executive Director – International Sharps Injury Prevention Society Home healthcare is the faster growing industrial sectors in the United States. This is partially due to the challenges of a rapidly aging population.  In addition, there is a trend towards reducing hospital stays and increasing medical services in the home environment. Medical...Read Article

Alpharetta, GA – Medical Waste Disposal

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As a suburb of Atlanta, GA, Alpharetta enjoys the beauty of their scenic location with the advantages of urban access. In the center of Alpharetta is the Historic District that boasts some of the buildings that date back to the late 19th century and some even older. However, this town also includes a number of...Read Article

Proper Medical Waste Disposal Saves Time and Money

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It’s the responsibility of every medical location to make sure that all are aware of and dispose of medical waste in appropriate manner. This ensures the safety of the staff, patients and the community/ecology while also saving time and money. The average medical office, whether private, clinic or hospital, is incredibly busy and when things...Read Article