Gary Medical Waste Disposal Services
Gary Medical Waste Disposal. In Gary and all of Indiana, Healthcare Waste Management offers convenient, secure medical waste disposal services. Including Infectious Waste Disposal, Biohazardous waste disposal, sharps container disposal and secure document shredding. Contact us today for a quick, hassle free, customized quote to fit your needs.
Medical Waste Disposal
We specialize in the removal of infectious waste from your hospital, medical office or private practice.
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Bloodborne pathogens training, Exposure control plans, Required training, Supplies and More.
Healthcare Waste Management is here to answer all of your questions about the training required by your facility.
Sharps Container Disposal
Healthcare Waste Management is the perfect partner to help with your sharps disposal needs.
No customer is too big or small for us to help with your safe disposal of needles and sharps. Contact Us Today!
RCRA & Pharma Waste
Pharmaceutical waste disposal is becoming one of the most important aspects of environmental services.
Healthcare Waste Management can help your facility manage all of your RCRA and pharmaceutical waste. Call Today.
To stay within compliance of the increased government regulations, we provide secure paper shredding for your facility or business.
Our drivers come to your location to set you up with secure locking cabinets or large document carts for safe storage until removal.
From Biohazard Boxes & Bins to our replacement sharps container program. We have everything you need.
In an effort to help our customers better utilize their time, we offer direct supplies delivery at the same time as scheduled services.
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Medical Waste Disposal Gary, Indiana
Healthcare Waste Management has its headquarters in Gary, Indiana. If you are looking for a medical waste disposal service in Gary, look no further. We provide medical waste, infectious waste, biohazard waste and sharps container disposal services in Gary. One of our medical waste processing plants is in Gary on West 9th Avenue. We not only pick up your medical waste, we are the haulers, we own the trucks that transport your waste and the medical waste processing plants that destroy your waste. It may surprise you to find out, in many instances you will find medical waste disposal companies that do not pick up your waste, haul your waste and most importantly do not destroy your waste. I am not sure how you can be an expert or top-quality provider in this industry if you rely on so many other companies to do the work. Working with Healthcare Waste Management it is like working directly with the supplier. Our employees, our trucks, our insurance and our medical waste processing plants. We feel as a provider of this service, to ensure quality measures are followed and for us to offer the most cost-effective services, we had to own the entire process. The more companies trying to make thier margins on your bill, the more it is going to cost you. Those are just a few of the reasons we do it all.
"The main reason is to provide you with the highest quality service at the most affordable price."
Hospitals in Gary
Gary Indiana is unique in its production of medical waste as there are only two hospitals in all of Gary, Methodist Hospitals main campus and their sister campus in Midlake. Also, by law, Methodist Hospitals cannot leave Gary. In the 70s Methodist attempted to leave Gary and transfer their hospital to Merrilville. These days Methodist legally cannot leave Gary and must provide equal services to all of their hospitals. Along with that, the Office of Civil Rights has to approve any investments coming into their hospitals.
Low Cost Service
The economic hardships of Gary are no secret. Eighteen percent of the population has no health insurance at all, and a large majority of the rest are on Medicare or Medicaid. These reasons make it extra important for Methodist to save as much money as they can without sacrificing their standards of care. Our services help you reduce the waste and cost associated with your medical waste disposal needs by ensuring you have to proper containers and your employees have the proper training. Healthcare Waste Management uses industry leading reusable sharps containers and reusable medical waste containers, fuel efficient trucks and well-planned intelligent routing to not only keep costs down, but also lessen your impact on the environment. This of course is important for any area, but especially important for the Gary area as it is regularly reported as one of the most polluted cities in the United States.
Trustworthy and Reliable
Hospitals are not the only medical facilities in Gary, however. As mentioned above a large amount of the people in Gary either do not have insurance or are on Medicare/Medicaid. This makes low cost healthcare options extra important, and thankfully there is the Community HealthNet Health Center on 5th Ave which provides medical, dental and behavioral services for all people regardless of their ability to pay. We at HWM are not just medical waste transporters who act as middle men between your facility and a separate processing plant and charge you a premium for the pleasure. We own everything from the trucks to the waste processing plant, we aren't just middle men here to make a profit off of communities that truly need help.
Gary, IN Benefits of Using Healthcare Waste Management Services
As the name suggest we are a complete management team of your healthcare medical, biohazard, sharps and other wastes that is regulated. From pickup to destruction, we are the only company that handles your waste.
- We own the waste from pickup to destruction, no middleman, means no hidden cost.
- Our state-of-the-art processing plants ensure the waste is disposed of as quickly and effectively as possible, with minimum impact to the environment.
- With us it is our drivers, our trucks, our processing plants and our insurance. You can imagine the insurance one must have when they own their own processing plants.
Gary, IN About
The city is located at the southern end of the former lake bed of the prehistoric Lake Chicago, and the current Lake Michigan. Most of the city's soil, to nearly one foot below the surface, is pure sand. The sand beneath Gary, and on its beaches, is of such high quality that in years past it was mined for the manufacture of glass.
According to the 2010 census, Gary has a total area of 57.18 square miles, of which 49.87 square miles (or 87.22%) is land and 7.31 square miles (or 12.78%) is water.
Gary is "T" shaped, with its northern border on Lake Michigan. At the northwesternmost section, Gary borders Hammond and East Chicago. Miller Beach, its easternmost neighborhood, borders Lake Station and Portage. Gary's southernmost section borders Griffith, Hobart, Merrillville, and unincorporated Ross. Gary is about 40 miles from the
Gary, Indiana Resources
Gary Interesting Information
Gary is a city in Lake County, Indiana, United States, 25 miles from downtown Chicago, Illinois. Gary is adjacent to the Indiana Dunes National Park and borders southern Lake Michigan. Gary was named after lawyer Elbert Henry Gary, who was the founding chairman of the United States Steel Corporation. The city is known for its large steel mills, and as the birthplace of the Jackson 5 music group.
Once the second largest city in Indiana, the population of Gary was 80,294 at the 2010 census, making it the ninth-largest city in the state of Indiana. It was a prosperous city from the 1920s through the mid-1960s due to its booming steel industry, but overseas competition and restructuring of the steel industry resulted in a decline and a severe loss of jobs.
Gary Medical Waste FAQ and Related Searches
Medical waste is healthcare trash that contains infectious or potentially infectious items. It can come from hospitals, medical clinics, veterinary offices, dental clinics, research facilities, or medical laboratories. It can contain blood or other bodily fluids, or it can appear benign, like gloves or gowns.
According to the Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988, it’s defined as any waste created during treatment, testing, immunization, research, or diagnosis of human beings and animals. Examples include sharps like scalpels or needles, tissue, fluids, glassware, swabs, culture dishes, or bandages.
- Expired vaccines
- Tissue from humans or animals
- Gowns, gloves, or gauze that may have blood on them
- Waste from rooms of patients with infectious diseases
- Needles, scalpels, and broken glass used in procedures
- Laboratory cultures, stocks, and contaminated culture paraphernalia
- Bedding from infected animals
The WHO identifies the 8 categories of medical waste as:
- Infectious waste
- Sharps waste
- Pathological waste
- Chemical waste
- Cytotoxic waste
- Pharmaceutical waste
- Radioactive waste
- Nonhazardous general waste
Those types cover all the potential varieties and sources of regulated and non-regulated healthcare waste.
You know hospitals and doctor’s offices create medical waste. But blood banks, dental clinics, and urgent care clinics create it too. Pharmacies, veterinary clinics, medical testing labs, research labs, nursing homes, hotels where patients stay, and funeral homes also create regulated waste.
Even an office building can generate biohazardous waste. Why? Because if someone gets a nosebleed at work and uses a tissue to stop it, they’ve created regulated waste. There was a hotel in Boston, next door to Mass General Hospital, was fined twice for medical waste violations from hotel guests.
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Sharps Medical Waste Best Practices Sharps are a special category within medical waste classification and are especially hazardous due to the potential risks for injury which can spread infectious diseases. Sharps are any item used in a facility that can penetrate the skin including, but not limited to hypodermic needles, syringes, blades, lancets, auto-injectors, knives, […] Read More
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What Happens after a Medical Waste Disposal Company Picks Up My Waste? If your organization generates medical waste, you are responsible for ensuring that the medical waste is disposed of in proper and legal methods. Known as “cradle-to-grave,” the accountability doesn’t end when you have a waste management company pick up the waste. This level […] Read More
Medical Waste Disposal Best Practices During COVID-19 Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges across the board for the protection against transmission and infection of the virus. While healthcare regulations have long been strict, we are finding that the pandemic has thrown the modern world into almost uncharted territory. Some of the best practices that […] Read More
Medical Waste Disposal & Dangerous Viruses Medical waste is created in a variety of organizations, including tattoo parlors, dental practices, veterinary clinics/hospitals, blood banks, pharmacies, health care facilities, autopsy, funeral homes, and medical laboratories and research facilities. This form of medical waste in healthcare can be contaminated by body fluids, blood, and potentially infectious materials. […] Read More
Medical Waste Disposal Service Area
Indiana is home to our corporate headquarters, Healthcare Waste Management services the entire state of Indiana including the following cities: Indianapolis Infectious Disposal, Fort Wayne Biohazard Waste, South Bend Infectious Waste, Evansville Biohazard Disposal, Lafayette Biomedical Waste Disposal, Elkhart Medical Waste, Bloomington Biohazard Disposal, Terre Haute Sharps Disposal, Carmel Infectious Waste, Fishers hospital waste management, Muncie regulated medical waste, Anderson Medical Waste Disposal, Kokomo hospital waste disposal, Hammond hospital waste , Gary Healthcare Waste Management, Michigan City Red Bag Waste, Noblesville Biohazard Waste Disposal, Columbus Medical Waste, Greenwood Sharps Container Disposal, Mishawaka Infectious Waste Disposal.
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"Cheap & good medical waste removal company. The staff is great and the pick-up is always on time. Thank you!"