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Medical Biohazardous Waste

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Medical Biohazardous Waste
Even though we do not directly handle the disposal of biohazardous waste we encourage the professionals we work with to challenge the ways they organize and dispose of ALL waste.
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Wasted Pharmaceutical Drugs

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Wasted Pharmaceutical Drugs
Medicine is wasted in a variety of ways and there are many reasons why these pharmaceuticals go unused. The Food and Drug Administration works to reduce this costly waste and provides guidelines that help facilitate the industry. Even if each tier of the system were to do everything right, there would still be some wasted medication left over and in need of proper disposal.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New | Tags: medicine, misuse, waste, disposal
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The Fight to Decrease Misuse

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The Fight to Decrease Misuse
Addiction and the abuse of pain medication leads to tens of thousands of deaths a year. Many of the deaths associated with drug overdoses involve opioids. The disposal of prescription drugs varies state to state. The responsibility that healthcare facilities take to avoid misuse and contamination from opioids is a vital part of saving lives.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: opioids, pharmaceuticals, returns, ethics, medicine, misuse, dispose
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Reasons for Non Returnable Product

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Reasons for Non Returnable Product
Sometimes, a business that goes through a lot of prescription drugs can return unused products to the manufacturer for credit. There are multiple reasons why a drug could be deemed “non returnable”.
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The New EPA Subpart P Regulations

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The New EPA Subpart P Regulations
Make sure your facility is in compliance with EPA's Subpart P before it goes into effect this year.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New, Return Credit | Tags: regulations, news, update, credit
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Ways You Could Be Losing Return Credit Value

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Ways You Could Be Losing Return Credit Value
Manufacturers can be picky on what they take back for credit. The easiest way to save your facility money every year on pharmaceutical returns is by following these guidelines.
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Choosing A Reverse Distributor

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Choosing A Reverse Distributor
When it comes to finding a reverse distributor for your facility, making a decision can be a confusing task. Unless you know what qualities to consider, it can be difficult to weigh your options. Consider these areas of focus when choosing the best Reverse Distributor for your company.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New | Tags: PharmWaste, Pharmaceuticals, ReverseDistributor, DrugReturn
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Handling Products Close to Expiration

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Handling Products Close to Expiration
Often pharmacies and other distributors find themselves with medical products nearing their expiration date. If drugs are held in a facilities storage room unused it is easy to forget about them until they are far passed expiration and too old to return for credit.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: MedicalWaste, Pharmaceuticals, ExpiredMeds, Drugs, Credit, Return
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Why You Should Care About Pharmaceutical Waste

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Why You Should Care About Pharmaceutical Waste
Two significant contributors of pharmaceutical waste that makes it into the environment comes from human excretion and improper waste disposal of commercial chemical waste, including pharmaceuticals. While we may have limited control over the excretion of pharmaceuticals, we do have considerable control over the proper handling and disposal of chemicals in our environment. Commercial facilities that generate pharmaceutical waste must comply with federal and state laws that enforce better waste m...
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: MedicalWaste, OurImpact, EnvironmentAndMedicine, Pharmaceuticals, BeResponsible
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Don’t Miss Eligibility for Return Credit

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Don’t Miss Eligibility for Return Credit
Expired products on the shelves can be easily forgotten. These planning tips will help to avoid missing out on the manufacturer return window, allowing you to collect the maximum credit value.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New | Tags: Return Credit, Maximize Returns, Tips & Tricks
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