November 10 2017
Toxic waste requires a different type of disposal service. Toxic waste which can potentially poison the ground and water table has to be properly disposed of rather than going to the landfill or recycling center like most trash produced in an office or production facility can be disposed of.
Medical Waste Disposal
Medical waste requires specific disposal solutions by law and as an ethical responsibility to maintain the safety of your employees. Leftover or expired pharmaceuticals, bandages, latex glove, or anything which has potentially been exposed to contamination has to be properly handled and transported to a proper disposal facility. Such items also require proper documentation as positive proof they were disposed of according to regulation to prevent fouling the water table or otherwise becoming a poison in the ground.
Hazardous Material Removal
Similar to medical waste, hazardous materials and dangerous chemicals have to be disposed of properly in order to prevent potential contamination leading to illness through poisoning. In the case of a spill, the materials themselves don’t just need to be removed, but the site has to be properly cleaned and sanitized. Such a job is outside the abilities of a typical contractor or cleanup crew, but requires the attention of specialists who know not only how to conduct the job, but how to do it safely without exposing themselves to the harmful material.
Although toxic waste removal is a job involving cleaning and trash removal, it requires special knowledge and equipment to conduct properly. From an ethical viewpoint, an appropriate specialist is required to conduct the job thoroughly and efficiently. From a legal standpoint, a licensed professional is needed to fill out the paperwork confirming the waste cannot cause any further harm.
If you need any of the above services, contact OnSite Solutions to keep your property in good shape and also get help in solving any complex issues. From emergency board up services to home remodeling, we can help!