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United States Medical Waste Services
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We're proud to be the official medical waste disposal company for Gameday Men's Health's. Our dedication to safety, efficiency, and compliance ensures top-tier waste management. Partner with us for a seamless, eco-friendly disposal experience, as we collaborate to enhance safety and cleanliness.

United States Medical Waste Services: Official Sharps Disposal Partner for Gameday Men's Health

Welcome to the Gameday Men's Health team! As the preferred medical waste disposal partner for Gameday Men's Health franchisees, we are thrilled to have you onboard. As we prioritize compliance with State, County, and Federal regulations, we've streamlined our onboarding process into four easy steps:

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Begin by completing the “NEW GENERATOR REGISTRATION FORM” below.

-Register-
STEP 1

Once we receive your form, a straightforward service agreement will be sent to you via our electronic signature system, DocuSign.

-Review-
STEP 2

Review the agreement and, when you're fully satisfied, affirm it with your electronic signature.

-Sign-
STEP 3

Following step 3, our dedicated team will reach out to schedule your initial service/setup.

-Start-
STER 4

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Sharps Container Disposal Guide

Step 1
  • Prior to use, label each sharps container with your facility's name, address, and phone number.

  • Place new sharps containers inside of wall mounts or on countertops within the immediate area of use (Sharps are a "point of use disposal" item.)

Placement & Labeling
sharps container
Step 2
  • Immediately after use, place used sharps into the sharps container until the contents of the sharps container reach the "FULL" line

  • ​Once full or ready to dispose, tightly close the lid. Use locking tabs and tape when available.

Primary Sharps Waste Container
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Step 3
  • On or before your scheduled service date, remove sharps containers from patient rooms and place the entire sharps container in an upright position inside of the regulated medical waste (RMW) container ensuring that no needles spill out.

  • Replace the now discarded sharps container with a new sharps container

  • PRO TIP: Both sharps containers and biohazard bags are commingled into Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) containers for disposal.

Designated Accumulation Area
sharps container going into medical waste container
Step 4
  • On your scheduled service day, we will perform a one for one exchange of your onsite regulated medical waste (RMW) container and deliver any pre ordered products (sharps containers, biohazard bags, etc).

  • Any waste that does not make it into the medical waste container prior to our arrival may be placed into the new container for pickup on your next scheduled service day.

Scheduled Medical Waste Service
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Medical Waste Containers 101

Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) Containers

In compliance with the Health and Safety Code Sections 17600 - 118360. Containers shall comply with United States Department of Transportation requirements when prepared for transport offsite from the facility.​​​

  • NO Loose Sharps can be placed inside of this container. (Use a sharps container)

  • NO PHARMACEUTICALS can be placed inside of this container

  • Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) Containers Dimension:

    • 18 Gallon: 16"H x 19″W x 19″D *TW@8lb

    • 28 Gallon: 22"H x 19″W x 19″D *TW@9.6lb

    • 38 Gallon: 33"H x 19″W x 19″D *TW@11lb

    • 10 Gallon: 16"H x 20″W x 12.5″D *TW@11lb

    • 17 Gallon: 26"H x 20″W x 12.5″D *TW@11lb

Designated Accumulation Area
Regulated Medcal Waste Containers
Primary Biohazard Waste Container (Bedside)

In compliance with the Health and Safety Code Sections 17600 - 118360. Containers shall comply with United States Department of Transportation requirements when prepared for transport offsite from the facility.​

  • Medical waste may be placed into a biohazard bag not to exceed three pounds or one gallon

  • Tied, as required, in a patient room and shall be immediately transported upon completion of the procedure directly from the point of generation and placed into a Regulated Medical Waste RMW Container

  • NO Loose Sharps can be placed inside of this container. (Use a sharps container)

  • NO PHARMACEUTICALS can be placed inside of this container

Interim Storage Area
biohazard waste containers
Primary Sharps Waste Container (Bedside)

“Sharps container” means a rigid puncture-resistant container used in patient care or research activities meeting the standards of, and receiving approval from, the United States Food and Drug Administration as a medical device used for the collection of discarded medical needles or other sharps.​

  • Sharps containers are single use and are expendable to the generator.  Sharps containers may be purchased from San Diego Medical Waste Services separately from your disposal service by visiting https://www.sdmedwaste.com/shop

  • NO PHARMACEUTICALS can be placed inside of this container

Primary Sharps Waste Container
sharps waste containers
Primary Pharmaceutical Waste Container (Bedside)

Pharmaceutical waste should be incinerated or treated using approved methods. Charcoal-based products aren't approved, so use a pharmaceutical waste container for disposal. Don't mix pharmaceuticals with these products in solid waste, biohazard, or sharps containers.

  • All Pharmaceuticals Must Be Placed Into A Pharmaceutical Waste Container At Point Of Generation. 

  • Loose Sharps can be placed inside of this container. (Used a sharps container)

  • Once Ready For Disposal, Place Pharmaceutical Waste Containers Next To (NOT INSIDE OF) The Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) Container To Be Picked Up During Your Scheduled Service Day. 

Interim Storage Area
Pharmaceutical waste containers
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