The Daniels Difference

 

  • We provide medical waste containers designed by clinicians for clinicians! 
     
  • All containers sanitized through a world-leading robotic washing / decontamination process. 
     
  • It is our drivers and our trucks that will service your facility, no third party hauler risk
     
  • We are up front with our costs and transparent with our contracts 
     
  • Scheduling that supports your practice – you pay only for what you need
     
  • Eliminate disposal-related needlestick injuries with our advanced sharps safety systems 
     
  • Eliminate the purchase, disposal costs and landfill of one-time-use disposable containers

Solutions

  • Regulated Medical Waste Services 
     
  • Biohazardous Sharps Services 
     
  • Pharmaceutical Waste Services 
     
  • Chemotherapy and Hazardous Waste Services 
     
  • Onsite and online compliance and education

 

Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in Virginia State

 

Virginia is where it all started for the United States, after 104 English settlers came ashore in 1607. When the settlers disembarked, they called the land Jamestown, after King James I of England. Often called ‘the birthplace of a nation,’ Virginia was the first piece of North America to be settled by the English. Jamestown went on to become the first of the 13 colonies that would eventually come together to form what we now call the United States of America. The Jamestown colony was founded with one purpose: to cultivate silk, and trade it back to England. 

 

However, this never occured, as the silk worms food source, mulberry trees, were destroyed by fungus. To try and recoup the losses, tobacco was planted in place of the mulberry trees. The colony didn’t hold any lofty expectations for the cash crop, but due to the expansive fields and fresh soil, it grew strong and eventually the tobacco business turned profitable. In 1614, the first shipment of Virginia tobacco was sold in London. From there, the tobacco industry exploded. In 1619, the Jamestown colony had exported 10 tons of tobacco to Europe, and by 1639 they had exported 750 tons.

Virginia is also the birthplace of America’s first president, George Washington, who was born in Westmoreland County in 1732. He went on to become a commander-in-chief of the Continental Army, during the American Revolutionary War. Virginia also has a rich military history, and is also home to the Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon and the US Navy’s Atlantic Fleet.

Another industry worth noting in Virginia, is healthcare. Virginia State is fortunate to have some of the best hospital and healthcare facilities in the country. However hospitals and other businesses such as clinics, labs and dentists have to be vigilant when it comes to disposing of their sharps, medical and pharmaceutical waste. Virginian biohazardous and medical waste management regulations are overseen by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. Daniels has the licensing, compliance expertize and over 3 decades of experience in health care, and we’re here to partner with you as your cradle to grave medical waste management provider. We proudly work with the healthcare professionals and facilities of Virginia to help them better manage their sharps disposal, biohazardous and medical waste, costs, infection transfer and security risks.

 


 

Chemosmart, exclusive to Daniels Health and a first in the United States. 

 

We aim for innovation in everything we do, which is why we were the first waste management provider to develop a reusable containment system for Chemotherapy waste in America. This development has been revolutionary in chemotherapy waste reduction, as it eliminates the need for plastic bags, cardboard boxes and the outer packaging that other non UN certified containers must be packaged in for transport. Within oncology, our Chemosmart container is able to be positioned at the point-of-care in Infusion bays with easy mobility to transition between care environments. Our solutions are clinically engineered, to minimize cross-contamination and are designed with a myriad of security features to prevent tampering or unauthorized retrieval of waste (particularly important for the disposal of pharmaceuticals and controlled medications). Discover why we are the most eco friendly and cost-effective chemotherapy waste management provider in the country.

 

Other partner solutions we offer include sharps disposal, medical waste management, pharmaceutical and expired medications collection, and hazardous waste expertize in training, formulary analysis, transport and destruction. We have a local teams servicing Virginia and can provide training and compliance to ensure your facility is abiding by state regulations for the classification, handling and segregation of all waste streams. 

 

We make partnering easy.

Here’s how we do things differently for our clients:

  1. We help them reduce costs immediately, through our innovative sharps and medical waste containment systems
  2. We serve our customers 100% - our people, our trucks, our green disposal and treatment processes at our local site - we take ownership
  3. We mitigate risk, by ensuring our containers are all 100% leak proof and tamper-proof 
  4. We enable point of use disposal, to further promote safety and ensure compliance
  5. We devise tailored solutions that minimize infection transfer, with our mobile carts, foot pedals and rigorous 6-stage robotic wash and sanitization process
  6. We educate to ensure your staff are informed and protected, and your facility achieves optimum results in waste segregation and safe handling procedures 

 

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

 

855 251 2655         Request a quote      

 

 

Virginia State Resources & Requirements

Virginia EPA 

1650 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA  19103-2029

215 814 5122

Virginia Department of Health

109 Governor Street

Richmond, VA 23219

804 662 7887

Waste Classification

Regulated medical waste means solid wastes suspected by the health care professional in charge of being capable of producing an infectious disease in humans.

Storage Requirements

Virginia state requirements mandate:

Medical waste ackaging must be closable, constructed to prevent leakage, labeled with a biohazard symbol, and properly sealed to prevent spillage during handling. Any regulated medical waste stored for more than seven days must be refrigerated, stored in ambient temperature between 35 degrees and 45 degrees Fahrenheit. No regulated medical waste shall be stored for more than fifteen days at the site of generation. The date waste is first placed in storage will be provided on any outer packaging while the waste is in storage.

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