Since its founding in 1994, Sharps Compliance has been located in Texas. With corporate offices near the Texas Medical Center, we have provided medical waste disposals services in Fort Worth for a variety of professionals. Our clients include dentists, veterinarians, physicians, surgery centers, and long-term care communities, such as assisted living facilities. We also provide support to home healthcare providers and other offices that generate smaller quantities for the effective and safe disposal of sharps and medical (biohazardous) waste. Customers have the option of pickup service by a Sharps representative or a sharps mailback system authorized by the USPS. Some customers opt for a system that combines both options.
As a heavily regulated industry, medical waste requires specialized handling techniques and procedures. These procedures make facilities comply with protective regulations. More importantly, they protect the employees and patients that are in your care. Regulated medical waste (RMW) producers in Fort Worth are overseen by several federal agencies. Controlled pharmaceutical waste is covered by the DEA. The Department of Transportation monitors situations where clients use a pickup service. The US Postal systems covers mailback programs. OSHA monitors situations where staff is involved. Within Texas, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regulates all offices that generate medical waste, transport it, and dispose of it.
To ensure proper disposal and handling, any of these agencies may inspect operations they regulate that are devoted to medical waste management. While their inspections will include how medical waste is contained, stored, and packaged, they will also look at how it is labeled, transported, and disposed of. They will also look to ensure that employees have received any required training. Non-compliant organizations can face costly penalties both at the state and federal level. This can disrupt normal operations and bring unflattering publicity to an organization. In the end, it can cause irreparable damage to a healthcare organization’s reputation. Qualified medical waste management companies, such as Sharps Compliance in Fort Worth, act professionally within the regulations to reduce any risk exposure. We also provide the treatment methods outlined in the environmental standards. For more information, see Texas Medical Waste Disposal regulations.
Healthcare providers in the Fort Worth area have varied needs. At Sharps Compliance, we work hard to meet those needs. Both the medical waste-disposal pickup option and the mailback service are available throughout the DFW Metroplex region. This includes Collin County, Dallas County, Denton County, Ellis County, Hood County, Hunt County, Johnson County, Kaufman County, Parker County, Rockwall County, Somervell County, Tarrant County, and Wise County.
To get started, just give us a call! Our team will provide a consultation that identifies your specific needs. Then they will recommend the best solution based on frequency and the type of waste your office or facility generates. This approach of providing a customized waste removal program is cost-effective. You may find that your organization saves more money with Sharps Compliance over your current provider. But the best part is that there are no hidden fees at Sharps Compliance for your medical waste management. The process is simple, but our team will need some information, such as past invoices, waste volume, and types of medical waste for disposal. The key to regulatory compliance is to choose the best medical waste management company.
Call us at 682.610.5601 to request a free quote for Fort Worth medical waste disposal services.