Sharps Recovery Systems are USPS-authorized medical waste mailback systems. The 1.5-quart system is ideal for small quantity generators in need of a cost-effective and regulatory-compliant disposal solution for sharps and other small quantities of medical waste. Sharps Recovery System pricing is all-inclusive with no long-term contracts or hidden fees.
All mailback systems include a primary collection container, prepaid return shipping box, components to package for transport, waste manifest tracking form, instructions for use, proper treatment and online documentation of treated waste. All systems are uniquely serialized for tracking and provide complete cradle-to-grave compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
Multipacks include multiple sharps containers with the convenience of a single mailback boxes. Multipacks are perfect for offices with multiple treatment locations. When all sharps containers are ready for return, place them inside the single mailback to be returned for cost-effective treatment.
This system is compatible with the 1.5-quart Sharps Secure Needle Collection & Disposal System.
This sharps mailback system includes:
- Six 1.5-Quart sharps container
- One prepaid return mailing system
- Return transportation and proper treatment of waste
- Proof of treatment through SharpsTracer
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 varies in these areas.
- Additional Information
Brand Sharps Recovery System Size 1.5-Quart Item Number #11506 Container Dimensions 4.5"L x 4.5"W x 8.62"H System Dimensions 15.125"L x 10.25"W x 10"H Max Return Weight 25 lbs. Waste Type Sharps and Other Small Quantities of Medical Waste Authorization Number USPS-056B13
- Who Is It For?
- Retail Clinics
- Dental Offices
- Medical Offices
- Long Term Care Facilities
- Wellness Providers
- State and Federal Government
- Veterinary Hospitals
- Home Health Care
- Home Infusion
- Schools and Universities
- Emergency Health Services
- At Home Self-Injector
- How Do I Use It?