Proper waste and special attention must be given to medical equipment. Many contain hazardous substances and important and confidential data. Medical, test, and lab equipment that is not disposed of correctly poses a significant threat to public health and the environment. Healthcare and medical facilities must comply with the federal, state, and local regulations in disposing of medical equipment. When disposing of medical equipment, the state and federal law require detailed documentation of its unit serial numbers and Certificate of Destruction (CoD).
Surplus Service offers Medical Recycling services for your medical, test, and lab equipment. We handle medical, test, and lab equipment with exceptional care. Most of these items may contain hazardous materials and sensitive personal information.
Your pre-owned medical equipment may be recycled or, better yet, used for repurposing in the secondary market. You save cost on disposal as you save the environment. Rather than having your pre-owned medical equipment end up in the trash or landfills, have some other facilities or people benefit from it.