The 1.25-Gallon Spill Kit is the only complete solution for both cleanup and disposal by mail of biohazardous spill waste and materials. This convenient system comes complete with everything necessary to clean up blood and other potentially infectious materials including sharps. The Sharps system goes one step further by providing a means to safely, easily and legally remove these materials from your location and transport them to our facility for destruction via the U.S. Postal Service. Sharps biohazard cleanup and disposal kit has the capacity to contain spills of up to 1 liter of contaminant.
Spill Kit Recovery System includes
- 1 pail (sharps may be placed into this bucket)
- 1 protective plastic apron with sleeves
- 2 pair of protective non-latex gloves
- 1 mask and face shield combination
- 1 protective hair cover
- 1 pair of protective shoe covers
- 1 package of absorbent material
- 1 bottle of EPA-registered cleaner and disinfectant
- 1 hand-cleaning towelette
- 1 absorbent towel
- 1 scraper and shovel
- 1 prepaid USPS return shipping box
Special Note: Customers in Alaska, Hawaii and US Territories (Guam, Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands) must purchase through Customer Support at 800.772.5657 as the price for use varies in these areas.
- Additional Information
Brand Sharps Recovery System Size 1.25-Gallon Item Number #51000 (Single); #51000-002 (Case of 2) Container Dimensions 8.875W" x 9.14"H System Dimensions 10.5"L x 10"W x 10.25"H Max Return Weight 8 Lbs. Waste Type Sharps and Other Small Quantities of Medical Waste Authorization Number USPS-056UU
- Who Is It For?
The kit is perfect for any facility where there may be the need to clean up and properly dispose of potentially infectious or biohazardous spills.
- Retail Clinics
- Dental Offices
- Medical Offices
- Long Term Care Facilities
- State and Federal Government
- Veterinary Hospitals
- Shopping Centers
- Urgent Care
- Schools and Universities
- Emergency Health Services
- How Do I Use It?
Upon discovery of spill, the pail should be taken to the spill site where included directions for cleaning, absorbing and disinfecting the spill should be followed. The materials including PPE are then placed into the pail. The lid is closed and the pail is packaged per included instructions in the prepaid box and shipped for proper treatment through USPS.