Flint Medical Waste Disposal and Compliance Solutions

Medical Waste Disposal Solutions Near Flint

From Flint to Saginaw and beyond, Stericycle offers a variety of healthcare compliance based solutions. Build a package that is right for you and we will grow our partnership alongside your business. Our services are designed to offer you safety-minded solutions that will help you maintain compliance, so you can focus on what matters most – your patients. 

With over 30 years of experience, we continue to serve facilities of all sizes, and specialize in the collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal of medical waste.

We offer medical waste disposal and compliance services throughout Flint and the surrounding areas.

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Michigan Medical Waste Requirements and Regulations

We care about your business needs and will partner with you to help you maintain compliance with Federal and State of Michigan regulations.

This information is provided for general awareness purposes only and is not intended to summarize or capture all federal, State, or local requirements that may apply to a particular facility’s regulated medical waste. Reviewing this information is not a substitute for reading the applicable regulations, discussing with the appropriate authorities, or seeking legal advice.

Michigan’s medical waste regulations are managed by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Details on State requirements may be found by reviewing the code and on the State’s site

Michigan defines medical waste to include the following items:

  • Cultures and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, including lab and biological production wastes, discarded live and attenuated vaccines, culture dishes, and related devices
  • Liquid human and animal waste, including blood, blood products, and body fluids
  • Pathological wastes
  • Human blood waste and products of blood and blood components
  • Sharps
  • Wastes from animals exposed to agents infectious to humans

Additional information and details are available on MyStericycle.com as well as in the Michigan Department of Environment, Great lakes, and Energy regulations.

Medical waste should be stored to protect and prevent release any time before ultimate disposal. Medical waste should be stored to prevent odors and infectious agents from coming into contact with air or individuals. Waste cannot be stored longer than 90 days and if stored outside, it must be in a secure area or in a locked container that weighs more than 500 pounds. 

Stericycle is your single nationwide partner. Our network of localized team members can provide on-site support to help you maintain compliance with your healthcare regulation waste streams, as well as secure information destruction, OSHA and HIPAA compliance training.  To learn more call 866-783-6275 or visit our locations page to find a facility near you. 

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