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 Jersey

It may be small, but the state of New Jersey is the birthplace of many famous Americans and is home to the tourist destination, Atlantic City. The little state of New Jersey is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the Northeastern United States. It is actually a peninsula, and shares a north and east border with its rival: the state of New York. 

Something that may come as a surprise is New Jersey’s claim to the Statue of Liberty. The statue is located on Ellis Island, which belongs to both New York and New Jersey, depending on which part of the island you’re standing on. In fact, most of the 27 acres of Ellis Island belong to New Jersey, including a whole viewing area for the statue. New Jersey is also the birthplace of many famous faces. Actors and actresses such as Meryl Streep, John Travolta, Joe Pesci, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas and Chelsea Handler are all New Jerseyans. The E Street Band, fronted by legendary American singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen, also originated from the Garden State.

New Jersey has a history of doing things in its own unique way. Not surprising then, is the fact that the state has just passed a bill to become the second American state with an individual health insurance mandate. The bill aims to elevate current healthcare access and affordability for the state’s 9 million residents. One thing this bill won’t do, however, is eliminate the biohazardous and medical waste, which is produced by all of New Jersey’s medical and healthcare facilities.



Daniels Health is a medical waste management expert with 30+ years of experience serving hospitals, skilled nursing communities and other patient care clinics 

Being local means we can maximize the safety and efficiency of your practice firsthand

With Medical waste treatment facilities located in both New York and Pennsylvania -  we are the authorities with local regulations in the collection, transport and treatment of biohazardous waste. Being local, we believe in servicing locally - this means having one of our clinical experts provide guidance in the right waste containment options for your facility based on waste volume, space limitations and staff safety. Furthermore with Daniels servicing all clinical waste streams including sharps disposal, medical waste disposal, trace chemotherapy waste, pathological waste, pharmaceutical and Hazardous waste - we can develop pickup schedules based on the variability of volumes from multiple waste streams, and deliver expertise in segregation to increase infection control while reducing medical waste volumes, cost, environmental impact and ensure your facility is compliant to state and federal regulations. We are proud to service healthcare facilities of all sizes at a local level, incuding:



Medical Waste Disposal Guidelines in New Jersey 

From Paterson, Woodbridge, Newark, EdisonElizabeth, and Jersey City- we've got you covered. We help our clients navigate New Jersey’s medical and biohazardous waste regulations, which are managed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Solid and Hazardous Waste Management. The regulations in New Jersey are complicated and stipulate that all medical waste generators must register with the state. Additionally, they cannot store regulated medical waste (RMW) for longer than 1 year, and must retain a copy of disposal documents for at least 3 years from the date that the waste was accepted by the initial transporter. 

Segregation requirements are found under NJAC 7:26-3A.10(b) and state that such waste must be segregated into:

  • Sharps Waste (Classes 4 and 7, meaning used and unused, respectively) including sharps containing residual fluid
  • Fluids (quantities greater than 20 cm³)
  • Other regulated medical waste



Medical Waste Disposal With Innovation

Our innovative containment system for sharps, Daniels Sharpsmart system, has reduced waste by 28% for 103 hospitals. 

Daniels Sharpsmart system is the world’s safest sharps container that is clinically proven to reduce needlestick injuries by up to 87% and is designed to reduce waste and environmental impact. We conducted a 5-year study into the effectiveness of our Sharpsmart system, whereby we rolled out the containment solution in 103 hospitals, replacing all of their disposable sharps containers. 

The results were:





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


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New Jersey State Resources & Requirements

New Jersey EPA

Edison, NJ Environmental Center

2890 Woodbridge Ave.

Edison, NJ 08837-3679

217 782 3397

Daniels New Jersey Site 

1281 Viele Ave

Bronx NY 10474

888 952 5580

Waste Classification

In New Jersey, RMW consists of several classes, including Cultures and Stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, Human Pathological Waste, Human Blood and Blood Products, Needles Syringes and Sharps, Contaminated Animal Waste including carcasses, Isolation Wastes from patients with highly communicable diseases. Each of these classes of RMW are required to be treated (to kill pathogens or disease-causing organisms) and destroyed (ground or minced into small unrecognizable pieces) prior to disposal at an authorized solid waste management facility. 

Storage Requirements

New Jersey state requirements mandate:

  • All medical waste generators must register with the state (more info here)
  • A generator may not store RMW for longer than one year.
  • A generator must retain a copy of each tracking form for at least three years from the date the waste was accepted by the initial transporter unless the Department specifically requires an additional retention period.

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