The Daniels Difference for Healthcare Waste Management


We don't subhaul, it's our trucks, drivers and experienced experts who will be with you every step of the way! Compliant reliable services at a frequency that suits your needs without any third party hauler risk. 


Infection Control and Safety undergird everything we do; clinically engineered medical waste containers, robotic washing and decontamination, and a clinically trained team to help you build your waste management program 


Daniels is experienced and permitted to collection, transport and treat all waste streams that originate from a patient care environment including hazardous and non-haz pharmaceuticals and trace/bulk chemo waste


Our case studies and peer reviewed studies from world-leading medical journals and hospitals prove the Daniels model. From nursing homes and surgery centers to universities and hospitals, we partner for results! 




Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in New Hampshire

Quaint towns sprinkled amongst rolling pastures and farms, framed by the White Mountains. Peaceful lakes, beautiful beaches and tax-free shopping make New Hampshire one of New England’s lil’ gems.


Whether you explore the “Live Free or Die” state by foot, on wheels or by rail, there’s a lot to do and see! Get behind the wheel for a breathtaking drive on the Mount Washington Auto Road or hit “The Kanc” also known as the Kancamagus Highway, for the postcard-perfect scenery. The stunning White Mountain National Forest is home to Mount Washington, popular with hikers and skiers, and nature lovers come to explore the caves in The Lost River Reservation. The epicenter of the forest sits in Franconia Notch State Park which is great for fishing, hiking and cycling, and is home to Flume Gorge and the “Old Man of the Mountain” also known as the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway.

New Hampshire is family-friendly with amusement parks like Story Land, Whales Tale Water Park and Santa’s Village, and between Thanksgiving and Christmas you can even take the “Polar Express” via the Conway Railroad. In winter the Attitash Mountain Resort has more than 350 acres of skiable slopes suitable for beginners and pros, a zip line ride from Bear Summit to the base and 2,800-foot mountain coaster for the brave. Want to meet the locals? Squam Lakes is home to the Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest full of amazing hiking trails with sightings of local mountain lions, moose and black bears, and the capital Concord is famed for its lobster rolls, steamed clams, fish fry and cider donuts. 



Local Waste Services in New Hampshire 

Regardless of the size or type of facility, if you’re looking for a single vendor to handle ALL your infectious waste streams, look no further than Daniels Health.

Let us be the partner to provide cost-effective sharps and medical waste disposal services, environmentally responsible treatment options and efficient scheduling through our privately owned fleet of drivers and disposal centers. With America's leading clinically designed healthcare waste containers for all healthcare waste streams, Daniels has forged a strong reputation for its focus on simple contracts, superior products, and solutions that drive clinical outcomes. We are proud to partner with a wide variety of healthcare facilities, to name a few:

  • Hospitals & Long Term Care Facilities
  • Surgical Centers
  • Dental Offices
  • General Practices
  • Pharmacies
  • Research Laboratories

Our services are designed to optimize:

  • All handling and treatment efficiencies
  • Ensure the shortest turnaround time from drop-off to re-load
  • Provide peace of mind that all paperwork is validated and compliant

Specializing in healthcare, Daniels Health is licensed and certified to transport ALL of your infectious and clinical waste including sharps, RMW, pharmaceutical, pathological waste, hazardous and RCRA waste, and chemo waste


New Hampshire Medical Waste Disposal Guidelines

While fresh produce is one of New Hampshire’s biggest exports, healthcare is actually the second biggest industry in the “Granite State,” with biotech, pharmacology and medical research companies establishing headquarters due to the state’s low tax rates and award-winning research hospitals like Dartmouth-Hitchcock. A booming healthcare and biotech sector presents the issues of medical and biohazardous waste streams.

In the state of New Hampshire, medical waste is part of a broader category of infectious waste, regulated by OSHA and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, which defines infectious waste as “any waste that may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating reversible illness, or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of or otherwise managed.” This infectious waste can include human blood and blood products, pathological wastes, sharps, cultures and stocks of infectious agents and lab waste.

Storage of infectious waste must adhere to the following rules:

  • Clearly labeled with the words “Infectious Waste,” or “Biohazard Waste,” or featuring the biohazard symbol  
  • Waste cannot be stored at room temperature for more than 72 hours
  • All waste packaging must be spill and leak-proof

Medical waste must be treated prior to disposal, however New Hampshire doesn’t require medical waste transporters to carry manifests or special licensing, but instead outlines that haulers must adhere to the federal Department of Transportation’s hazardous waste regulations.




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


855 251 2655         Request a quote      



New Hampshire State Resources & Requirements

New Hampshire EPA

5 Post Office Square, Suite 100

Boston, MA 02109-3912

603 271 3503

Medical Waste Disposal

New Hampshire Department of Health

40 Terrill Park Dr,

Concord, NH 03301

603 271 9700

Waste Classification

“Infectious waste” means any waste, which because of its infectious nature may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating reversible illness; or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of or otherwise managed.

Storage Requirements

New Hampshire state requirements mandate:

  • Collection, storage and transfer of infectious waste shall comply with the requirements of Env-Sw 400.
  • The waste shall be stored in a predesignated location, locked to prevent unauthorized access, accessible only from authorized persons, and protected from water, rain, wind and rodents.
  • Storage containers and packaging shall be labeled conspicuously in a legible manner with the words “infectious waste,” or “biohazard waste,” or with the universal biohazard symbol.
  • Waste stored at generator facilities shall be maintained in a nonputrescent state, using refrigeration when necessary.
  • Waste shall not be stored at room temperatures in excess of 72 hours.
  • Storage containers and packaging shall be of sufficient structural integrity to ensure that the waste shall not be released to the environment during storage.
  • The contents of damaged or ruptured containers shall be re-packaged.
  • Infectious waste shall be transferred by the generator to authorized facilities only.

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