Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in Indianapolis
“The Crossroads of America.” “Railroad City.” “Circle City.” “Naptown.” Simply “Indy.” Once a small settlement of the 1800’s nestled at the mouth of Fall Creek, Indianapolis, now the Midwest’s second largest city, features deep roots in sports and an even deeper history. With awe-inspiring memorials, captivating waterways, and beautiful green pastures, Indianapolis is a place where we can’t help but love to do business.
Birthplace of famous actor Brendan Fraser, America’s longest running late-night T.V. host David Letterman, and Grammy Award winner Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Indianapolis is a city filled with greatness. Our team appreciates the action-packed thrill of the Indianapolis 500, the world’s largest sporting event occurring in a single day. We enjoy watching all thirty-three drivers bravely compete in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” as they zip and zoom at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 200 intense laps. Our team also enjoys wining and dining at the Black Market, our favorite Mass. Ave. Mexican restaurant. We love their fresh farm-to-table food and simply can’t resist their potato flautas!
Indianapolis’ healthcare system shares in the profound ways of its entertainment and dining options. Our team admires the staff of the Indiana University Health Medical Center (IUHMC) for their exquisite practices. This teaching hospital is ranked as the best hospital in the whole state of Indiana according to the U.S. News & World Report! They are also ranked nationally for their stellar performance in three adult specialties and ten children’s specialties. IUHMC has also been recognized as ‘High Performing’ for their impressive performance with five adult specialties and six procedures.
Committed and dedicated, the clinicians of Indianapolis will consistently provide the best in healthcare. We promise to follow suit and consistently provide amazing healthcare waste management services.
Indianapolis Healthcare Waste Management with a difference.
For over 30 years, Daniels Health has been the trusted medical waste management service provider to industry leaders such as Advocate Aurora, Spectrum Health, and Indianapolis’s very own IU Health. We specialize in so much more than medical waste disposal.
Unlike other companies, our process is centered on producing clinical outcomes like decreasing your waste volumes and increasing safety & infection control at your Indianapolis practice. Because we use our own trucks, reusable containers, locally dedicated team, and processing facilities, we are able to protect your waste from cradle (generation) to grave (disposal). Having a medical waste partner that holds high risk insurance and assumes full responsibility ensures your facility is fully compliant from pickup to final disposal.
Our partners choose us because they know we are the trusted experts in all waste streams, including:
Having the partnership of a trusted regulatory expert at your disposal (pun intended!) is priceless. Experience optimal cleanliness, infection control, and a reduced carbon footprint with Daniels Health.
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All-sized patient care facilities in Indianapolis
We are different, because we:
Partner with you to reduce biohazardous waste volumes and labor requirements, thus decreasing costs.
Provide flexible schedule that matches your needs based on volume requirements; transparent contracts, no surprises.
Provide biohazard sharps, medical and pharmaceutical containers proven to dramatically reduce needlestick injuries by 87%
Manage your waste locally from our Indiana-based facility - no brokerage, no third parties, no interstate treatment complexities
Mitigate risk at every opportunity, abiding by local and federal regulations
By presenting lower levels of cross-contamination, optimal cleanliness, and decreased rates of infection, we are prepared to improve your healthcare facility's standards of infection control. We do so with the implementation of proper hand hygiene, deeply sanitized bins, and reduced touches throughout the disposal process.
Being familiar with your state laws and developing a formal waste management plan are the first steps to cutting back on medical waste. We are aware that guidelines can be ambiguous at times, which is one of the reasons why we provide educational assistance. The Indiana EPA requires that all infectious waste should be stored in a locked, secure area, and we are more than happy to help.
Enjoy the convenience of having unlimited access to detailed reports. The amounts and types of waste disposed, the number of containers handled, and Certificates of Destruction readily available. Also, enjoy the reassurance of using the most efficient biohazard disposal containers on the market.