Health

Running a health care facility is expensive, and one of the biggest costs is waste disposal. Hospitals, laboratories, and medical centers often generate at least 10 different waste streams – including “red-bag” biohazardous waste, sharps containers, blood, and bodily fluids, to name a few.

Making this process even more challenging is the fact that medical waste disposal is highly regulated on local, state, and federal levels. To stay in compliance, and stay in business, one needs to hire a disposal company that is knowledgeable about environmental and safety regulations surrounding medical waste – and able to handle your waste products with the necessary attention to detail.

IWI is such a partner. Our state-of-the-art dual reactor incinerators and supporting equipment are suitable for disposing of a wide range of medical and pharmaceutical waste. You can be confident of our expertise on regulatory and compliance issues. We’ll help keep your costs down and maintain a strong standing with the regulatory bodies.