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As a total solution provider, we pride ourselves on delivering integrated customer solutions that minimize costs and disruptions to patient care, whilst increasing waste collection and service efficiencies. With a team of compliance experts, and a service infrastructure that supports specialized medical waste management across North America, we partner with our customers to deliver holistic tailored solutions for all healthcare-generated waste streams. Here are some of the wastestreams that Daniels handles for US healthcare facilities...


  • Battery Recycling
    <p>The battery recycling service is specifically designed to collect all forms of batteries used in a health care setting.  This includes batteries used in equipment such as pacemakers, defibrillators, fetal monitors, heart monitors, pagers, telemetry devices, temperature alarms and blood analyzers, pumps, diagnostic equipment, otoscopes, opthalmoscopes, dictation machines, pen lights, glucometers, flashlights and telemetry devices. Batteries are also used in portable generators, wheelchairs, lighting and a myriad of electronic devices.</p> <p>As batteries contain heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel, proper disposal is essential to avoid harm to human health and the environment. Recycling of batteries should lower the number of batteries being disposed as municipal solid waste and therefore less landfill.</p>
  • <p>Biohazardous Waste</p>
    <p>Biohazardous or Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) is material that may be contaminated with blood, bodily fluids, or other infectious materials. RMW must be properly handled and disposed of in order to minimize the risk of transmitting infection or endangering human health. </p> <p>More information on managing RMW waste can be found here - <a href="node/577">Learn More</a></p>
  • <p>Blue Wrap Recycling </p>
    <p>Medical facilities across the United States are now recycling new and used Blue Wrap, a material used to cover sterilized surgical instruments. Adopt an environmentally sustainable solution to Blue Wrap.</p>
  • <p>Chemotherapy Waste</p>
    <p>Characterized as hazardous chemical waste, by the US EPA, chemotherapy waste must be managed as biomedical waste. There are different types of chemotherapy waste: </p> <p>1) Trace waste: Trace chemotherapy waste has the following traits: toxicity, radioactivity, ignitability and corrosivity. Daniels provides waste management solutions that alow you to better manager trace chemotherapy waste such as Trace chemotherapy waste is to be incinerated. </p> <p>2) Bulk waste: Is defined as chemotherapy waste that exceeds 3% by volume and is considered RCRA hazardous waste. </p> <p>More information on managing chemotherapy waste can be found here - <a href="node/800">Learn More</a></p>
  • <p>Document Destruction </p>
    <p>A custom confidential destruction service is available that utilizes the latest technology from collection to secure destruction. </p>
  • E-Media Destruction
    <p>Daniels Health provides solutions to our clients for electronic media destruction, including items such as computers and computer accessories, TVs, printers and electronic storage devices. </p>
  • <p>Ebola Waste</p>
    <p>If waste is or suspected to be contaminated with Ebola virus, it is regulated as a hazardous material under the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Hazardous Materials Regulations Ebola waste presents an unreasonable risk to health and safety are requires management that delivers strict compliance with the Hazardous Materials Regulations. </p>
  • <p>Hazardous Waste </p>
    <p>Managing hazardous waste effectively is critical to reducing its harmful effects to health, safety and the environment. Daniels Health has developed solutions to manage the various types of hazardous waste including globally recognised systems that classify, store and dispose of waste that improves environmental outcomes, complies with regulations and reduces operating costs. </p> <p>More information on managing hazardous waste can be found here - <a href="node/806">Learn More</a></p>
  • <p>Infectious Substances</p>
    <p>The management of infectious medical waste requires special treatment as a contaminated substance containing pathogens presents an occupational, health and safety risk. Daniels Health unique solutions, such as its Medismart system: </p> <ul> <li>minimise infection risk, </li> <li>improve waste segregation practices, and </li> <li>reduce medical waste mass and volume by over 50%. </li> </ul>
  • <p>Integrated Waste Solutions </p>
    <p>Integrated solution for all your waste management needs. Streamline waste services, through properly disposing of all types of waste generated from your health facility including medical, pharmaceutical, hazardous, and sharps waste.</p>
  • <p>Laboratory Waste</p>
    <p>Daniels Health provide solutions for laboratory waste to ensure segregation, accurate and complete labelling, safe storage, transport, treatment and disposal of such wastes in accordance with US regulations. </p> <p>Our unique systems provide streamlining of laboratory waste so the management of varying types of laboratory waste including sharps, biological, cytotoxic, pharmaceutical and chemical waste can be managed in an eco-friendly, safe and cost effective way. </p>
  • <p>Organic Food Waste </p>
    <p>There are several benefits for utilising Organic Food Waste Services with Daniels Health: </p> <ul> <li>Reduce amount of general waste– food waste takes up a large proportion of your general waste bin. Implementing a food organics recycling system allows you to reduce the amount of general waste you have by segregating it from organic waste and recyclable waste. </li> <li>Achieve better outcomes for the environment – Reduce the amount of waste going to landfill which poses detrimental impacts to the environment and reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emitted. </li> </ul>
  • <p>Pathological Waste </p>
    <p>Pathological waste, as a type of biohazardous waste requires separate treatment from other forms of waste. Daniels Health assists health facilities by minimising occupational, health and safety risks by delivering superior solutions that ensure: </p> <ul> <li>Collection, storage, transportation and disposal of pathological waste meets State regulations</li> <li>Uniquely designed containers that result in significant reductions in the mass and volume of pathological waste. </li> </ul> <p>More information on managing pathological waste can be found here - <a href="node/804">Learn More</a></p>
  • <p>Pharmaceutical Waste </p>
    <p>There is increasing public awareness of the environmental and safety risks of health facilities not appropriately disposing of pharmaceuticals. Regulations continue to be revised in some States, requiring up to date training for staff regrading new RCRA requirements regarding the disposal of pharmaceutical waste. </p> <p>More information on managing pharmaceutical waste can be found here - <a href="node/802">Learn More</a></p> <p> </p>
  • <p>Regulated Medical Waste (RMW)</p>
    <p>Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) is material that may be contaminated with blood, bodily fluids, or other infectious materials. RMW must be properly handled and disposed of in order to minimize the risk of transmitting infection or endangering human health. </p> <p>More information on managing RMW waste can be found here - <a href="node/577">Learn More</a></p>
  • <p>Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Waste </p>
    <p>The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) encourages the minimization of waste generation and aims to protect the environment from the potential hazards of waste disposal. </p> <p>Daniels Health has developed systems to manage health facility waste that meets the requirements of the RCRA and ensures that staff are aware of their responsibilities when disposing different types of waste under the RCRA. Our unique solutions have been proved to minimize both the volume and mass of waste generated in health facilities, resulting in significant cost reductions in managing waste. </p> <p>More information on managing RCRA waste can be found here  - <a href="node/806">Learn More </a></p>
  • <p>Sharps Management Services </p>
    <p>Daniels Health has developed Sharps Management Waste solutions to reduce risks of contamination of micro-organisms and blood borne viruses. Following over 5 years of research invested into designing and innovating the Sharpsmart system, the unique system results in: </p> <ul> <li>Significant reduction in Needlestick injuries, more than any other system on the market </li> <li>Dramatic decrease in plastic containers from landfill </li> <li>Minimising the disposal risk of sharp items used in human and animal medical applications.</li> </ul> <p>More information on managing sharps waste can be found here - <a href="node/280">Learn More</a></p>