Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in Newport News
From the days of being acknowledged as Elizabeth Cittie, Warwick River Shire, and Virginia Warwick City, to now being the 5th largest, independent city in Virginia, Newport News is a historical gem. With its beginnings spanning back to the days of Jamestown, filled with informative museums and relics of yesterday, we can honestly say that we have picked the ideal place to do business.
Happenings in Newport News are as rich as its history. Our team appreciates participating in an ode to yesterday at The Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center. After all, how could we not visit the theater that remains as a tribute to the amazingly talented Ella Fitzgerald? We also enjoy admiring the wondrous exhibits featured at the Virginia Living Museum. From swamplands to the coaxing planetarium, each visit presents a new discovery. Our day is not complete without enjoying a well-prepared meal at Circa 1918, their palate pleasing entrees being all we need to end our adventure with a smile.
History and cuisine are not the only impressive features of Newport News. Medical professionals continue to admirably excel in healthcare as well. Our team applauds the Riverside Health System for their forward approach to medicine. In 2019, The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) presented Riverside with their “Most Wired Award.” This award is reserved for healthcare organizations that utilize core technologies within their clinical and business programs to ensure immaculate care. Riverside is the only healthcare system in the state of Virginia to earn this award 15 years in a row!
Newport News Healthcare Waste Management with a difference.
At Daniels Health, we have provided clinically tested medical waste disposal services for over 30 years. With a focus on personalized services & clinical outcomes, such as lowered costs, sustainable operations, and lower waste volumes, we are ready to partner with your Newport News facility. As biohazardous waste experts, we understand each facility’s service needs will vary greatly. Because of this, our services are customized to fit the needs of your individual healthcare facility. We stay away from the use of third parties so that we can oversee biohazard disposal services from generation to disposal. Our drivers maintain full responsibility for the handling of waste from start to finish in a professional and reliable fashion.
Our top priority is improving your facility’s clinical safety. We do so by implementing movement efficiencies combined with proper waste segregation and disposal, leaving zero space for waste brokerage. Our waste disposal services include, but are not limited to, the management of:
The trifecta of impeccable cleanliness, lowered infection levels, and a reduction of CO2 emissions awaits your facility. Trust the best regulatory expert, Daniels Health, with your Newport News medical center.
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All-sized patient care facilities in Newport News
As a medical waste disposal partner focused on clinical outcomes, we provide the following:
Transparent & concise contracts. Pay for disposal services when you need them with no hidden fees or unexpected charges.
We eliminate re-purchase costs of disposable sharps containers by using reusable containers for maximum environmental effectiveness, greatly reducing your carbon footprint.
Our automated, fully robotic Washsmart system thoroughly decants, sanitizes, and dries each collector using an effective 8-step process with strict wash parameters.
We maintain compliance by meeting, or exceeding, all relevant federal and local Virginia medical waste regulations.
We service patient care facilities of any size, including multi-site hospitals, general practices, surgical centers, and pharmacies for example.
Generated waste is serviced quickly and safely, with minimal handling for a reduction in cross contamination, and properly segregated for improved efficiency and staff competency.
At Daniels Health, we are committed to lowering levels of cross-contamination and making your Newport News facility a prime example of cleanliness & compliance.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the World Health Organization (WHO) all state that the following should be classified as infectious waste: sharps, lab cultures, blood, pathological wastes, and isolated patient waste. Proper disposal and segregation can be complicated, which is why we provide educational resources to assist your team. We also closely adhere to the requirements set forth by the Virginia EPA, always ensuring compliance.
You will have unlimited access to service reports listing waste amount, type, and the number of containers serviced. You will also access Certificates of Destruction at any time. Check out our range of the safest biohazard waste containers available and hear from our customers below.