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WasteX provides Medical Waste Disposal services to the South Central Texas area and surrounding towns. Call 1-877-543-2015.
In the waste business since 1997, WasteX has an office in Austin, Texas to meet your needs with low prices and great customer service.
WasteX takes pride in their community and donates a percentage of profits to enhance education.
Are you ready to partner with a local Austin company? Call 1-877-543-2015.
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How to Spend Less on Medical Waste Disposal
Austin, Texas is the capital of the state about an hour and a half from San Antonio. It is in central Texas and has warm weather the entire year-round. The city is known for its arts and culture with performing arts venues, gardens, museums and more. Some of the most popular include the Austin Chamber Music Center, the Texas Memorial Garden, the Austin Civic Orchestra, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. There are also many attractions like Austin City Limits and the Texas State Capitol.
As with other large cities, there are many healthcare facilities in Austin, Texas. Those involved in healthcare know that medical waste disposal is an important part of keeping people safe and healthy. The issue is that biomedical waste disposal can cost a lot more than traditional waste, so doing it the most efficient way is important. Below we’ll share a few things you can do to optimize your biohazardous waste disposal, and how WasteX can help you with all of your office’s biohazardous waste disposal needs.
The first thing you want to do is define what medical waste disposal means for your company. Some states have different requirements than others. After you determine the requirements for sharps waste disposal, you also want to look at special facility requirements. This is the point where you can decide what is medical waste and what isn’t. Determine what a worker should do if they aren’t sure whether an item is fit for biomedical waste disposal or regular disposal.
You should also consider what you are paying for sharps waste disposal at present. Take a look at your contract and when it started was. If you are spending too much, it might be time for a change. There’s no reason you shouldn’t take time to research other sources of biohazardous waste disposal. Call us today at WasteX and we can discuss your options.
Having a great provider for your waste disposal can save you money and drop your stress level. It’s never a bad time to go through your current system and find out if it is the best one or whether you should make a few changes. Why not partner with someone who has been in the business for more than 20 years, and knows the ins and outs of biohazardous waste disposal. We would love to hear from you. Give us a call at 1-877-543-2015 now and see what WasteX can do for you!
3616 Far West Blvd Suite 117
Austin, TX 78731