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Chemotherapy Disposal

Chemotherapy Waste Solutions Built to Reduce the Negative Impact on the Environment


At WISE, we prioritize the management of infectious waste, with a strong focus on cytotoxic waste—a major concern for healthcare professionals nationwide when developing medical waste management plans. WISE assists clients in segregating, packaging, and labeling trace chemotherapy waste to ensure safe pickup and disposal. Our chemotherapy waste solutions are designed to benefit the environment, safeguard healthcare workers and patients, and maintain regulatory compliance.


Knowing the terminology is crucial for correctly identifying chemotherapy waste. Chemotherapy waste is divided into two disposal streams, and it is the generator’s responsibility to effectively segregate bulk Chemo RCRA hazardous waste (black container) from trace chemotherapy waste (yellow container). Improper identification and segregation of chemotherapy waste can have significant and lasting environmental impacts if not disposed of correctly.

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common questions

What color container does chemotherapy waste belong in?

The color of the container for Chemotherapy waste depends largely on whether it is "Trace" amounts or "Bulk" amounts of Chemotherapy waste. Trace amounts of chemotherapy drug residue, i.e. less than 3% of the original volume, should be disposed of in a yellow Chemotherapy container correctly labelled and approved for collection of chemotherapy substances. Bulk amounts of chemotherapy drugs, including half-empty IV bags, vials or syringes, must be disposed of in a black RCRA hazardous waste container.

How is chemotherapeutic waste treated?

State and federal regulations mandate that chemotherapy waste must be processed by incineration treatment only and that approved chemotherapy containers and liners be utilized for disposal and transport.

How is bulk chemotherapy waste treated?

Bulk chemotherapy waste is classified as RCRA hazardous waste and is defined as a chemotherapy drug that has more than 3% by volume of the drug remaining. All bulk chemotherapy waste must be managed as RCRA hazardous waste and collected in a RCRA defined chemotherapy waste disposal container or bin. It is a violation of the Dangerous Waste Regulations to dispose of these pharmaceuticals in the sewer, sharps container, or a regulated medical waste container.

What is bulk chemotherapy waste?

The term “bulk” chemotherapy is defined as chemo waste that exceeds 3% by volume and is considered a RCRA hazardous waste. Full bags or bottles and P-listed chemotherapy drugs fall under RCRA hazardous waste regulations and must be disposed of as hazardous waste. This must be disposed of as a hazardous waste and no in a Chemosmart chemotherapy container. Bulk Chemotherapy Waste includes - Any non-empty containers of chemotherapy medicine, including IV bags, bottles and tubing. - Chemotherapy waste that is designated as RCRA hazardous waste or State-only dangerous waste. - All containers or IV bags and tubing once containing a P-Listed RCRA material, including Arsenic Trioxide. - Any materials used to clean up a chemotherapy