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

Solutions

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

 

Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in El Paso

 

Resting on the U.S.-Mexico border, straddling the Rio Grande in far West Texas, El Paso is a military town with an unforgettable Wild Wild Western flair. From the legend of Billy the Kid with his daring old El Paso jail escape, to the El Paso Mission Trail dating all the way back to 1958, this multicultural town appropriately adorned as “Sun City” finds ways to bring light to our lives daily. 

 

One of the safest places to live in the United States, El Paso, TX is now a historically and culturally rich city filled with Western-style entertainment and vintage memorabilia. We take our boots seriously here in the boot capital of the world, and we love to shop for uniquely curated footwork with the stars at Rocketbuster Boots. These expertly crafted boots have even been worn by big name celebrities like Roy Rogers and Whoopi Goldberg! (Talk about a “boot scoot boogie!”) Our team also appreciates the beauty of The El Paso Arts District, decorated with vibrantly colorful, culturally poignant murals. Every year we attend the Chalk the Block arts festival, where we celebrate art, dance, and creativity right in the heart of El Paso for three days!

El Paso is a place to enjoy celebrating history and wonderous artwork, but also awesome health care. One shining star or El Paso healthcare is The Hospitals of Providence - for their constant medical achievement. They earned the American Heart Association’s “Get With The Guidelines” Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award on three of their campuses, as well as the Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award on their Memorial Campus in 2019.


Just as The Hospitals of Providence wishes to keep patients at their happiest and healthiest, we wish to provide the best in healthcare waste management for El Paso medical facilities.

 



El Paso Healthcare Waste Management with a difference.

 

When a healthcare facility approaches Daniels Health for a regulated medical waste collection service, we don’t have a “choose A, B or C” plan – we start with what volumes of biohazardous waste your facility generates, what additional waste streams (such as sharps, chemotherapy waste, pharmaceuticals or RCRA hazardous) are generated and the compliance training needs of your staff and then we design a service schedule that aligns with your needs, meaning you only pay for the pickups and services you need. As part of our assessment we will determine what type of sharps containers or medical disposal bins are required, and provide options based on tiered safety and volume classifications. Daniels Health is a full service waste service provider so we do not broker waste (i.e. sign a contract and then pass you onto another medical waste company), we provide all services ourselves from customer service and account management through to service, i.e. our trucks, our drivers and our treatment. Across the US, we also deliver hospital waste management services to some of the nation's leading hospitals including Stanford Health, Advent and the University of Iowa. 


Some of the most common waste generated out of a non-acute healthcare facility that we would handle includes:

  • Plastic, paper and other materials contaminated with blood or bodily fluids
  • Laboratory dishes and materials used for cultures and stocks
  • Clinical sharps, including broken glass, ampules, needles and IV’s
  • Infectious waste, items that have come in contact with an infectious patient
  • Non-hazardous pharmaceuticals, partially used medications, and controlled substances


CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

We service locally.

 

Our team in Texas is absolutely focused on delivering the highest standards of local support and customer experience. We understand that healthcare has a lot of moving variables with occasional influxes of waste volumes that demand changes to service or the need for additional sharps or medical waste containers when patient volumes increase – our agile business model ensures that as your needs change, our service flexibility and capacity rises to the occasion. Inside our clean processing plant, we have state of the art autoclave technology for environmental waste treatment, and robotic washing processes that provide the highest levels of cleaning, sanitization and decontamination of our reusable medical waste containers. In every aspect of our healthcare waste collection services, we ensure the highest levels of expertise and professionalism are upheld. For information about the local medical waste handling and storage regulations applicable in Texas, visit our Texas services page here.

 

Featured Product.

 

Daniels’ Chemosmart was the first reusable trace chemotherapy container introduced to US Healthcare; with inbuilt security locks, leakproof seals, hands-free (no-surface-touch to reduce contamination risk) technology and safety features, the Chemosmart takes trace chemotherapy waste management to a new level of clinical efficacy. Designed in two sizes – 4Gallon fill capacity for trace chemotherapy sharps, and 16Gallon fill capacity for trace chemotherapy contaminated waste (including USP800 classified waste), the Chemosmart provides a true point-of-use solution for cancer centers and hospitals in waste disposal during chemotherapy or infusion treatment.

 

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