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 West Virginia 


With over 37 years servicing healthcare, Daniels have a core passion to make healthcare safer, and this underlying imperative drives every product and service we offer. Whether it’s training and education around environmentally-responsible segregation, safety-designed sharps containers and medical waste bins, compliance risk management or each of our service solutions that deal with the unique requirements of infectious waste in West Virginia, Daniels is on the front foot of protecting healthcare facilities like yours.

Whether it’s your staff or ours, infectious waste must be handled responsibly at every step of its life cycle. We have thousands of customers across North America of all sizes, representing:

  • Surgery Centers
  • Long Term Care Facilities
  • Oncology Centers
  • Physicians Offices
  • Laboratories
  • Hospitals

Our infection control solutions have been time-tested to deliver results. But more importantly, beyond our world-leading products and solutions, It is our staff that care for yours! Compared to many medical waste companies in West Virginia that broker their waste services – we serve you directly. It is our trucks, our people, our 37 years of experience navigating compliance, transport regulations, and the I-68, I-70, I-91 highways of West Virginia; we take this responsibility seriously.





West Virginia Infectious Waste Regulations 

Facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes are subject to stringent operational guidelines in West Virginia; the Office of Environmental Health Services Public Health Sanitation Division and OSHA manage these regulations. In West Virginia medical waste is referred to as IMW (Infectious Medical Waste), all generators of infectious waste are required to implement an IMW management plan that outlines how they store, treat and dispose of their medical waste. 

Any healthcare facility generating more than 50 lbs. per month must apply to the Office of Environmental Health Services Public Health Sanitation Division for an annual permit, as well as submitting their IMW Plan for approval. All other infectious medical waste not including sharps must not be stored for more than 30 days prior to transportation to an approved infectious medical waste management facility, even if refrigerated. All hospitals and nursing homes in West Virginia are required to have medical and biohazardous waste removed from their facility at a minimum on a daily basis.


West Virginia Biomedical Waste Guidelines


“Almost heaven, West Virginia... From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Shenandoah River" 

Nothing really sums up the inspiring beauty of this historical state, better than the lyrics of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” West Virginia is snuggled between Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia to the east and Ohio and Kentucky to the west, and the spectacular backdrop of the Appalachian Mountains might have something to do with it’s nickname the “Mountain State.” West Virginia has something for everyone, whether you’re in the capital Charleston, visiting the majestic State Capitol Building or Charleston Capitol Market, or stepping back in time to Pocahontas Country with a visit to the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park.

A trip to Lewisburg lets you channel your inner Indiana Jones with a visit to the magical Lost World Caverns; and for history buffs, the Greenbrier Resort is now declassified - take a tour of the once top secret congressional relocation facility aka “The Bunker.” For those who love a country getaway, plan a trip to Fayette County where you can walk the 3,000-foot long New River Gorge Bridge, or pay a visit to the Green Bank Telescope, the largest fully steerable telescope in the world. West Virginia isn’t known for its natural beauty alone, it has also played a significant role in America’s mining and energy production. However over the last 2 decades according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare and social services actually account for the largest job growth in the state. This brings us to where we fit into the picture and our part to play in West Virginia's healthcare landscape. 


Medical Waste Management Managed With Total Ownership

Daniels Health does not outsource, taking our responsibility seriously when it comes to the protection of your brand. We help you choose the right products and services to ensure 100% compliance.

Under West Virginia's stringent regulations, the responsibility of the management and treatment of infectious waste lies with the generator, so choosing the right medical waste partner is crucial. Here's how we manage your risk:

  • Unlike other medical waste companies Daniels won’t expose your facility to avoidable risk by engaging third party companies for pickups or treatment. 
  • We maintain an adequate insurance profile in conjunction with the ability to trace the waste from pickup through to destruction.
  • Our own fleet of trucks are fully certified and provide scheduled pickups from your facility to our clean processing plants that manage the receipt, treatment and disposal of all your infectious waste.
  • All Daniels safety containers for medical waste, chemotherapy waste, pharmaceuticals and sharps, are transported upright on railing systems to ensure that there is no risk of leakage, contamination or movement in transport.



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


855 251 2655         Request a quote      



West Virginia State Resources & Requirements

West Virginia EPA

1650 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA  19103-2029

215 814 5122

Daniels West Virginia Site 

5772 Charles City Cir

Richmond, VA 23231

888 952 5580

Waste Classification

In West Virginia, Infectious medical waste is classified as waste generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals which has been or is likely to have been contaminated by an organism capable of causing disease in healthy humans. IMW includes items such as: cultures and stocks of microorganisms and biologicals; blood and blood products; pathological wastes; sharps; animal carcasses, body parts, bedding and related wastes; isolation wastes; any residue resulting from a spill cleanup; and any waste mixed with or contaminated by infectious medical waste.

Storage Requirements

West Virginia state requirements mandate:

Storage rules apply at any time after packaging (sealing) for transport, including time spent during transportation and at all treatment and disposal sites or facilities. Infectious medical waste other than sharps shall not be stored for more than thirty (30) days prior to transportation to an infectious medical waste management facility, even if refrigerated: Provided, that the total amount of storage time, including transportation to an infectious medical waste management facility, shall not exceed forty-five (45) days. Facilities that treat infectious medical waste on-site must not store the infectious medical waste more than thirty (30) days.

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