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RMW Disposal

Regulated Medical Waste Disposal Services Tailored to Meet Your Needs


WISE specializes in scalable and cost-saving solutions for end to end disposal of regulated medical and
biohazardous waste for facilities of all sizes. We offer onsite consultations to review and analyze your current waste streams and waste segregation procedures to ensure it is safe, protects the environment and optimizes your savings.

RMW, also known as, Regulated Medical Waste, is all medical waste including any items that have been
saturated with blood or other potentially infectious materials, such as bandages, gauze, or Personal Protective Equipment. RMW or red bag waste is regulated by both federal and state agencies, and is the most common waste stream among all of our clients across the nation.

businesses we serve


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 a medical waste generator?
A medical waste generator is an individual (including doctors and nurses) or an entity (such as a dentist, veterinarian practice or hospital) whose actions resulted in the production of medical waste. The generator may be an individual, private or public corporation, a partnership, a board or any other association of people. Medical waste generators consist of clinics, blood banks, surgery centers, dialysis centers, laboratories, funeral homes, pharmacies, tattoo parlours, med spas and acupuncture facilities among many others.
What is biohazard?

The term "biohazard" is defined as biological material (for example plants, animals, microorganisms or their byproduct) that poses potential risk to the health and well-being of humans, animals, or the environment 29 CFR 1910.1030 (g)(1)(i)(A). All bio hazardous waste must be disposed of in an approved biohazardous medical waste container

What is medical waste disposal?

Medical waste is classified as any solid waste which is generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of humans or animals, in research, or in the production or testing of biologicals. Medical waste does not include hazardous waste or radioactive waste. Medical waste disposal is a term often used to signify the collection, transport and treatment of medical waste by a licensed waste hauler.

What is regulated medical waste?

Regulated medical waste (sometimes referred to as red bag waste or biohazardous waste) is the classification for wastes that are contaminated with blood, body fluids or other potentially infectious materials, thus posing risk of transmitting infection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, medical waste is “waste sufficiently capable of causing infection during handling and disposal.” We have medical waste and sharps disposal containers for all the specific waste streams these faculties generate, including regulated medical waste, sharps waste, pharmaceutical waste, chemotherapy waste, and hazardous waste.