Reliable and simple
service solutions for
Chemotherapy Waste Management
With the first reusable containment system for Chemotherapy Waste in the United States, and clinically engineered solutions that minimize cross-contamination, more healthcare facilities are looking to Daniels for safer, sustainable, cost-effective chemotherapy waste and sharps disposal solutions.
Reduce Costs and Environmental Impact in trace chemotherapy waste disposal
Daniels offers the most secure chemotherapy waste solutions for trace and bulk chemotherapy waste in the United States. Daniels' safety-engineered containers are dedicated to the collection of sharps and soft chemotherapy waste and are designed to protect staff and patients from cross-contamination and content retrieval. Our reusable Chemosmart container was the first containment system in the United States to eliminate the need for plastic bags, liners and secondary-packaging . This efficiency, and the elimination of disposable containers, dramatically reduces overall cost, landfill burden and environmental impact.
Safety continues outside the hospital
Transported in custom transporters to minimize contamination, and sterilized through a robotic washing process that achieves an unprecedented level of cleanliness and bacterial load reduction, Daniels is the industry leader in the safe collection, transport and treatment of chemotherapy waste and chemo-contaminated sharps. Ahead of NIOSH's introduction of the new USP 800 regulations, Daniels has partnered with multiple hospitals and facilities to implement its Chemosmart system for the compliant disposal of all exposed PPE and trace residues of the newly classified drugs.
With over 32 years experience in healthcare, Daniels has the healthcare waste solutions, licensing and compliance expertise to protect the safety risk exposure and regulatory responsibilities of all sized healthcare facilities in the management of Chemotherapy waste. All Daniels oncology products and solutions are designed to minimize infection transfer risk, ensure user safety, and maximize handling and movement efficiencies.