Stericycle offers a variety of safe and compliant solutions for healthcare and non-healthcare facilities to help manage medical waste and PPE waste generated through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Whether you’re a healthcare facility that is administering vaccines or an organization that wants to safely dispose of personal protective equipment (PPE), we offer a variety of solutions customized for your facility’s unique needs in managing COVID-19 waste.
With any Steri-Safe® Compliance Solution, you can access our on-demand COVID resources on our customer portal, MyStericycle.com, including guidance for reopening, OSHA-required program templates and online training for your employees.
Access the latest COVID-19 guidance, regulatory updates, our response, and valuable resources, such as our packaging guidelines and webinars.
Learn more by visiting our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Knowledge Center.
Your one-stop for comprehensive vaccine disposal guidance and tailored solutions for managing COVID-19 vaccination waste safely and compliantly.
Providing safe and compliant solutions for the collection of COVID-19 waste for testing and temporary healthcare centers, when and where you need it.
Offering simple and safe solutions to dispose of used personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing materials from businesses of all sizes.
Customized on-site and on-demand web-based training to improve safety and facility compliance with OSHA and HIPAA regulations.
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