Does your Massachusetts business have Sharps Disposal, Regulated Medical Waste or Red Bag Waste? Are you unhappy with your infectious waste removal, transportation, and treatment provider? Here are some things to consider when looking at a Medical Waste Disposal Company Massachusetts.
Are they listed by the Massachusetts Government as a bona fide Sharps Disposal Company? Here is a listing on the Mass.gov website for Medical Waste Disposal Company Massachusetts.
Is the company your considering to use a broker? If your using a broker you are paying a middleman to have the bio-hazard waste removed from your facility and treated. Use a local company and go direct.
Does the company you are considering offer an on-call service or only scheduled pick-ups? Does your business fluctuate at certain times of the year? Make sure to use a company that is flexible enough to meet your needs.
In this industry, companies often try to build up their sharps disposal business to sell it to a national corporation. This has happened to two of the major independent medical waste disposal company Massachusetts over the past two years. Be wary of a company that only provides this one service. Diversity is the key to long-term, successful business–if the company is only focused on one service, they may just be building up to sell.
Search Google Maps’ satellite view for the headquarters of any company you considering as a business partner. If the company’s headquarters appear to be a residence, you may want to be skeptical of what is happening to your red bag waste and sharps one they leave your business. Will this company be around next year?
Finally, do a search for fines or issues from any perspective medical waste disposal company Massachusetts you are considering using. Get references from some of their clients. Sometimes the cheapest company is not always the best. By asking around and researching potential regulated waste disposal companies for your business, you should be able to find a valuable business partner.
B & D Associates, Inc has been in business for almost 40 years. These are some of the questions and concerns we feel companies should be aware of when trusting someone to handle your Sharps Disposal in Massachusetts or any state and any type of Regulated Waste. You can learn more about B & D Associates at WWW.SAFEMEDICALWASTE.COM Some of the other services we provide are X-ray Film Recycling, Treatment of Used Fixer and Developer, Amalgam Recycling, Lead Foil Recycling and Shredding Services.
Call Andy Thornton at 877-486-3456 to go over your needs.