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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

North Carolina Tattoo Needle, Sharps And Biohazard Waste Disposal Services

Looking for a compliant Tattoo and Biohazard disposal service in North Carolina?

Contact Secure Waste for all your North Carolina Tattoo Biohazard and Needle disposal needs.
North Carolina Tattoo & Piercing Biohazard Waste Solutions and Medical Sharps waste management for Tattoo facilities. If you want to comply with medical waste regulations in North Carolina and reduce cost, Secure Waste offers a Full-Service Tattoo biohazard program that is very convenient for smaller generators in North Carolina.

Our Biohazard Sharps management is the perfect solution to the sometimes confusing job of handling Tattoo needles and Infectious medical waste.

Secure Waste offers a system that includes everything the Tattoo Artist needs to properly manage their Sharps and Regulated Medical Waste in NC. You pay per biohazard box; there are no other hidden costs.
  • No Long-Term Contracts
  • Affordable Disposal Services
  • No Hidden Fees
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Most Tattoo Artist has sharps, sharps containers, needles and other medical waste such as gloves generated from their work. The improper handling and disposal can lead to needle sticks or spread of disease not only for those using health care products, but for anyone finding them including other clients, children and the general public. Needle sticks can result in diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis, and Syphilis. To keep Tattoo Sharps and other potentially infectious waste out of the trash, and therefore prevent the spread of disease, proper disposal is needed.
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Don’t risk the safety of your tattoo customers or employees or subject your facility to non-compliance and possible fines in North Carolina. Our biohazard services are cost-effective alternatives to traditional waste hauling services and allow you to manage your studio in a safe and compliant manner.

Biohazard waste defined as anything that comes into contact with bodily fluids (such as blood, mucus, plasma, semen, etc.) that cannot be sterilized needs to be disposed of as biohazard regulated medical waste. Tattoo needles definitely are considered Regulated Medical Waste. If not disposed of properly, this kind of hazardous waste can be very harmful to others and the environment.

Needles, whether from a tattoo shop or a doctor or dentist’s office, should always share the same final resting place, in an approved sharps container.  When that sharps container needs to be disposed of, promptly contact Secure Waste, we will handle with safety and regulatory compliance in mind.

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