The Daniels Difference


  • We provide medical waste containers designed by clinicians for clinicians! 
  • All containers sanitized through a world-leading robotic washing / decontamination process. 
  • It is our drivers and our trucks that will service your facility, no third party hauler risk
  • We are up front with our costs and transparent with our contracts 
  • Scheduling that supports your practice – you pay only for what you need
  • Eliminate disposal-related needlestick injuries with our advanced sharps safety systems 
  • Eliminate the purchase, disposal costs and landfill of one-time-use disposable containers


  • Regulated Medical Waste Services 
  • Biohazardous Sharps Services 
  • Pharmaceutical Waste Services 
  • Chemotherapy and Hazardous Waste Services 
  • Onsite and online compliance and education



Connecticut Medical Waste Management | Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal

Daniels Health has been providing Medical Waste Management Services to Connecticut hospitals and healthcare facilities for over 15 years

Where there are research facilities paving the way for medical breakthroughs there is biohazardous and medical waste. Connecticut’s regulations are overseen by the DEEP (Department of Energy & Environmental Protection). In addition to these regulations, Connecticut also operates under OSHA. In Connecticut medical waste is referred to as biomedical waste (BMW). The DEEP defines BMW as “infectious, pathological and/or chemotherapy waste generated during the administration of medical care or the performance of medical research involving humans or animals.” 

Daniels is proudly one of the few medical waste management companies that are local in Connecticut. When we say "local" we don't just mean having a telephone number and a mini van... We have over 70 staff in the North East, three clean processing facilities with on-site treatment, two clean handling facilities, our own highly trained service fleet, and a deep understanding of the regulatory requirements of biohazard waste disposal and transport in Connecticut. As a business, we're passionate about driving safety and infection control in healthcare, and this applies not only to the safe products and containment solutions we provide, but to how we serve our customers, how we manage risk, how we deliver the safest transport methodologies for medical waste disposal in the United States, how we optimize multi-waste stream segregation, how we deliver education and training around sharps disposal, healthcare waste segregation and security in pharmaceuticals handling to ensure staff and patients are protected and costs are minimized. 


Whether you are a large hospital or family owned business, we service healthcare facilities of all sizes, including:

  • Long Term Care Facilities
  • Research Labs
  • Surgical & Oncology Centers
  • Pharmacies
  • General Practices
  • Dental Offices




Starting out as a Dutch colony the “Constitution State” is now divided into 169 towns, which are a mix of rural and costal areas in southern New England. Hartford, the state’s capital is littered with stunning parks, is home to Wadsworth Athenaeum one of America’s oldest art museums, The Connecticut State Capitol, now a national historic landmark and the Connecticut Science Center. 


Fans of American literature come to visit the Neo-Gothic mansion that was once Mark Twain’s home. Now a museum featuring thousands of artifacts from the author’s life including the desk where he penned “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” Across the street is the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, also a national landmark where she wrote the 1852 novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Situated on Long Island Sound, Stamford is an eclectic city; the downtown area is brimming with restaurants, clubs, live theaters and galleries. The largest city in Connecticut, Bridgeport, is a historic seaport also known as "Park City" and is famous for having over 1,300 acres of public park access along the coast. 

The First Presbyterian Church known to locals as the “Fish Church” due to its unusual shape and interior which is made up from 20,000 pieces of glass in 86 colors is also popular with visitors. Or experience a local institution with “Alive @ 5 in Stamford,” where every Thursday various artists perform at Columbus Park. New Haven is the birthplace of the “hamburger” and Louis’ Lunch still serves those famous burgers today. The city is also home to the prestigious Ivy League university – Yale. Responsible for countless medical advances over the last century such as the US’s first neonatal intensive care unit, the first use of antibiotics in the nation, the identification of Lyme disease, the creation of the first insulin pump and the first use of chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer.


Connecticut Red Bag Waste Guidelines 

Clarification of definitions regarding medical waste streams is important. The state of Connecticut places a special importance on handling, storage, transportation and disposal of infectious waste. In the state of Connecticut, biohazard waste not only means infectious, but pathological and/or chemotherapy waste. These waste streams are typically generated during medical care processes or medical research that involve humans or animals. 

In Connecticut medical waste is referred to as biomedical waste (BMW). The DEEP defines BMW as “infectious, pathological and/or chemotherapy waste generated during the administration of medical care or the performance of medical research involving humans or animals.” The state’s law omits hazardous and radioactive waste from biomedical waste, which means chemotherapy and pathological waste (including human tissue) must be disposed of by incineration. Infectious waste, such as body fluids or sharps are required to be disposed of via incineration or autoclaving. In addition to these regulations, the storage of medical waste has strict parameters. All medical waste must be stored away from other waste materials and only accessed by authorized personnel, transporters or the treatment facility operator.

Daniels Health encourages all hospital or medical waste generators to refer to Connecticut state agencies for regulations. For example:

  • Sections 22a-209b,c of Connecticut’s General Statutes (CGS)
  • Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

Ensuring your facility complies with these rigid requirements can be challenging, unless you engage a qualified biomedical waste company, that’s where Daniels is here to help. For biomedical waste regulations, refer to the Regulations of Connecticut State agencies, sections 22a-209-15. Biomedical waste, seek out the numerous resources available in the portal of the state governments Department of Energy Environmental Protection. or explore our guide on biomedical waste handling here: 



Medical Waste Services With Safety

Daniels Health is setting a new benchmark in safe medical waste services. Our medical waste containers mitigate unnecessary risk for healthcare practitioners and the public.

Let us work with your facility to manage the containment, disposal, transport and destruction of hazardous chemotherapy, pathological, pharmaceutical and infectious waste. Our range of biohazardous waste containers provide our clients with cutting edge solutions for every type of medical and biohazardous waste. Be it incineration, autoclaving, chemical disinfection or sharps encapsulation. Not only can we manage the needs of your specific facility, we can also assist with the following:

  • Compliance to Connecticut’s DEEP and OSHA regulations
  • A complete “cradle to grave” solution for ALL medical waste types
  • Improve safety for both your staff and the general public
  • Assist with reducing costs around your medical waste disposal
  • Reduce your landfill and C02 footprint


Daniels Health understands the needs of healthcare facilities in Connecticut.
Contact us and see how we can help your facility better manage medical and biohazardous waste disposal.


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Connecticut State Resources & Requirements

Connecticut EPA

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Waste Classification

Biomedical Waste (BMW) means any infectious, pathological and/or chemotherapy waste generated during the administration of medical care or the performance of medical research involving humans or animals. The definition of BMW excludes hazardous and radioactive waste as defined in state law. Some examples of BMW include blood and other bodily fluids, sharps, discarded animal carcasses known to have been exposed to an infectious agent, etc.

Storage Requirements

Connecticut state requirements mandate:

Biomedical waste must be stored in such a way that it avoids mixing with other materials, and access to it must be limited to personnel authorized by the generator, transporter, or solid waste facility operator to handle it. Outdoor storage areas, such as dumpsters, sheds, or trailers, must be locked. Furthermore, the areas used for storage must be constructed of finished materials that are impermeable and capable of being easily maintained in a sanitary condition. The waste itself should be stored in a manner and location that protects it from water, precipitation, wind, animals, and does not provide a breeding place or food source for insects or rodents. To maintain a non-putrescent state, Biomedical waste may be refrigerated during storage, and a sign displaying the universal biohazard symbol and/or the words “BIOHAZARD” must be posted wherever biomedical waste is stored.

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