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Dental offices and practices generate a variety of regulated waste streams, including biohazardous or infectious waste, sharps, amalgam waste, which contains traces of mercury, x-rays, and sensitive patient documentation or records. Each waste stream has strict regulations on proper handling and disposal. We partner with dental offices and practices to ensure protocols are established by identifying all waste streams and developing site-specific plans.
At BWS we have expert knowledge and experience of handling, transporting, and disposing of all types of regulated waste, which may involve special OSHA, HIPAA, ADA or EPA procedures for safety and compliance purposes.Request A Quote
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