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As with regular healthcare facilities, medical waste generated at veterinarians and animal hospitals must be handled with care. Medical waste produced in veterinary settings can range from discarded sharps and syringes, to animal carcasses and body parts. As local, state, and federal laws become more stringent about proper management of veterinary medical waste, it is increasingly important that anyone handling the waste are well educated about the regulations.
At BWS we have expert knowledge and experience in handling, transporting, and disposing of these types of medical waste, which may be hazardous or infectious and involve special procedures for safety and compliance purposes.Request A Quote
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