BioHazard Waste Disposal

BioHazard Waste Disposal

What is Considered Biohazard Waste?

  • Human blood and blood products in liquid or semi-liquid form and everything saturated with it.
  • Human body fluids: Semen, cerebral spinal fluid, amniotic fluid, synovial fluid, pericardial fluid, saliva etc.
  • Pathological waste: human tissue, organs, and body parts.
  • Microbiological waste: laboratory waste such as discarded specimen cultures, blood and body fluids in lab containers, results of cultures etc.
  • Animal Waste: carcasses, body parts and any bedding materials
  • Sharps waste: Medical needles, syringes and lancets.

How does BioClean Team handle BioHazardous Waste Disposal?

  • BCT is available for emergencies 24/7 and deal with your needs in a professional and quick manner.
  • BCT divides hazardous waste in clearly marked BioHazard Bags per state regulations.
  • BCT will clean and disinfect the area.
  • BCT will transport the BioHazardous waste according to regulations.
  • BCT will dispose of the waste in a BIOH Disposal area.
  • If odors are present, BCT will deodorize and clean the air eliminating harmful particulates and eliminating any smell.