Protect your brand and create a safer work environment by offering your customers and employees a convenient solution to safely dispose needles used from self-injected medications.
Patients often seek the privacy of restrooms to discretely and safely inject their medication used to treat chronic illnesses, such as diabetes. 42% say1 that a lack of public safety disposal containers is the biggest challenge they face when it comes to sharps disposal.
Stericycle offers sharps containers in a variety of sizes, which can be securely mounted to workplace restroom walls. Our most popular option, a stainless-steel wall cabinet is a sleek, space saving unit that fits a 1.4-quart sharps container.
Source: 1. Stericycle National Consumer Diabetes Survey 2019: Access to Care and Sharps Disposal in the Diabetes Community, September 2019.
*Route-based service available in most areas.
We manage all healthcare regulated waste streams, and offer related compliance support such as training and educational materials. Our network of localized team members across the country maintain a 97% on-time pickup rate.1
Our Regulatory Affairs team under Environmental Health & Safety keeps up to date with regulatory changes and engages with federal, state, and local agencies as needed to help keep our customers informed and compliant.
In 2022, Stericycle recycled 1 billion pounds of paper, incinerated 38 million pounds of pharmaceutical waste, and helped our customers divert 101 million pounds of plastic from landfills by using reusable sharps and pharmaceutical waste containers rather than single-use containers.1
1. Source: Stericycle data, 2022