Safe Medical Waste Disposal On Location
Medical waste, including unused prescription medications, used syringes, used needles and used lancets, has been strictly controlled by governments for decades to protect the general public from physical injury and secondary infection from accidental needlesticks. In the U.S. medical waste disposal by medical institutions is closely monitored by state and local governments as well as the FDA and EPA in the interest of public health.
But the exponential increase in doctor-prescribed injectible medications in recent years has resulted in billions of used needles, used syringes and other medical waste entering the household waste stream annually with a corresponding increase in needlestick injuries and environmental impact. As the number of incidents and associated costs rise, more and more communities are choosing the Medical Sharps Kiosk and Unused Medications Kiosk from Johnson's Environmental Products as their preferred solution for a convenient, cost-effective and versatile sharps disposal alternative.
The Medical Sharps Kiosk is a secure collection receptacle designed specifically for the collection of used medical sharps and other home-generated medical waste. The Medical Sharps Kiosk is designed for indoor or outdoor installation and provides users with a practical, easy-to-use medical waste disposal option, allowing them to practice responsible sharps disposal at easily-accessible locations. As communities and states enact strict home-use sharps disposal regulations, more and more organizations and institutions are turning to the Johnson's Environmental Products Medical Sharps Kiosk to help them serve needs of the public and protect the environment.
Whether you're a hospital administrator with an eye on the bottom line, a government official looking to effect positive change, or a retailer seeking to drive customers to your location, the Medical Sharps Kiosk from Johnson's Environmental Products can work to your advantage with a cost-effective solution to a growing public health concern.