Veterinary Medical Waste Services
Veterinarians throughout Florida depend on All Points Medical Waste for all of their medical waste disposal needs. We’re proud to provide cost-effective, reliable services and help to ensure you are compliant with local, state and federal laws.
Whether you’re a veterinarian focusing on general animal care and preventative veterinarian medicine or an animal hospital performing surgeries and treatment procedures, we provide the medical waste disposal services you need.
Medical Waste Solutions for Veterinary Medicine
We provide a full range of medical waste services for your veterinary practice. All Points Medical Waste can accommodate any size of organization regardless of the amount of medical waste your practice generates. We provide approved medical waste containers and online training for your team.
All Points Medical Waste Provides the Following Services for Your Veterinary Practice:
Sharps Containers & Sharps Waste Disposal. This includes all sharps waste from a variety of veterinary treatments and procedures, vaccinations, spaying and neutering, surgeries and more.
Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal. This includes all hazardous and non-hazardous waste from pharmaceuticals, expired medications, medications and ointments, partially used and contaminated medications.
Pathological Waste Disposal. This includes any waste generated from surgeries, procedures and treatments, animal body parts, organs, tissues and specimens from surgical procedures.
Chemotherapy Waste Disposal. This includes trace chemotherapy waste, IV, syringes, needles, vials and any personal protection equipment used in the procedure of treating animals with chemotherapy medications.
Compliance Training for Your Veterinary Practice
All Points Medical Waste provides online training for your team to ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
Veterinarians across Florida turn to All Points Medical Waste for safe and compliant disposal of their medical waste. We serve Okeechobee County all the way to Broward County.
For more information about our Veterinary Medical Waste service, give us a call at 772-600-4885 or complete the form on this page.