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Hazardous / RCRA Disposal

Dependable Hazardous and RCRA Solutions to Meet all of Your Disposal Needs


Our highly trained and knowledgeable team can help protect healthcare employees and patients, while reducing your organizations costs. WISE has the tools and experience to help you maintain compliance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations. Count on us to help you meet accrediting agency standards and lead the way in protecting environment.

Hazardous waste encompasses a variety of waste streams, and poses a substantial threat to public health safety and the environment. It is generated from many sources, ranging from hospitals, industrial manufacturing process wastes to farms and comes in many forms. The rules and regulations implemented under the RCRA Act can be confusing and difficult to navigate. Our Hazardous and RCRA waste solutions were created to help you stay in compliance.

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Save Money and Time By Utilizing Our National Infrastructure to Meet All of Your Companies Needs


WISE provides industry leading online compliance training to help your employees manage the waste process from end to end in the safest way possible


With over 20 year of Industry Experience WISE understands that that our clients always come first


At WISE everything we do is designed with safety in mind to keep your employees and patients healthy and happy

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“Great work since I don’t have time to monitor or make sure that we get all pieces of the containers because I am not always here or available.”

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common questions

What is hazardous waste?

Hazardous waste is any waste with properties that make it potentially dangerous or harmful to human health or the environment. The EPA has developed four categories of specific wastes (Listed Wastes) and four with defined characteristics (Characteristic Wastes) to identify wastes considered to be hazardous. Waste is classified as "hazardous" when it is discarded or no longer of value such as in the case of expired drugs or thermostats containing mercury. These wastes should always be disposed in an approved hazardous waste container.

How to dispose? – Hazardous vs Nonhazardous Pharmaceutical Waste?

Pharmaceutical waste that falls under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976, as amended (42 USCA Sec. 6901 et seq.) should be disposed of into a hazardous waste container.

Will I be penalized for incorrectly disposing of hazardous Waste?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is constantly investigating breaches of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) governing hazardous waste disposal. Infringements can result in corporate fines of up to $37,500 for each violation per day, as well as personal fines and/or imprisonment for any and all involved employees up to the CEO.

What kind of training is necessary for a hazardous waste transporter?

All Hazmat employees including hazardous waste disposal transporter staff and anyone signing manifests must complete the DOT: Transporters & Hazardous Waste training. Daniels online module takes approximately 4 hours to complete and is required to be taken within 90 days of initial hire and once every 3 years.