We go to medical facilities all of the time for things like bruises, broken bones, and even more serious issues in Dallas, TX.
Did you ever give a passing thought to what happens with all of the medical waste from these facilities? Anubis SceneClean is who you would call to properly dispose of the materials that make up medical waste. We work with all manner of medical waste, both from human facilities like hospitals and clinics, to animal services with veterinarians and animal hospitals, and several other facilities that you may not realize would have medical waste.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can handle your medical waste pickup and medical waste removal.
Medical Waste Removal in Dallas
What makes up medical waste? Some items you might expect, while others you may not. Bandages and other dressings are included, as are disposable masks and medical sharps like needles and syringes. Samples from tests can also be part of it, as can other items that have been in contact with bodily fluids and other body parts, as can chemicals that are used in various treatments.
All of these items must be handled in the right manner, and that means that they cannot be disposed of in the normal garbage collection that we are all used to. This medical waste comes from many different locations, including mortuaries, autopsy facilities, nursing homes, veterinarians, labs and research facilities, blood banks, and many other locations that you wouldn’t think of right away. Medical waste removal is best left to our team which is prepared and trained in handling these materials.
Biohazard Cleanup in Dallas, Texas
If you have a biohazard issue at your home or business in Dallas, Texas, it is important that care be taken to keep people away from the area.
Biohazard cleanup requires our team with the right protective equipment as well as proper handling of the cleanup to ensure that all affected areas are cleaned to ensure that no residue is left that could affect others. Contact our team at Anubis SceneClean as we have more than 19 years of experience in handling these situations properly.
Dealing with a variety of different biohazard issues is a tricky business but one we excel at. The construction of the Interstate Highway System reinforced Dallas’s prominence as a transportation hub, with four major interstate highways converging in the city and a fifth interstate loop around it. The Republic of Texas was annexed by the United States in 1845 and Dallas County was established the following year. Contact us when you have medical waste or a biohazard cleanup issue.