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Hypodermic Needle Cleanup

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has specific guidelines for the disposal of sharps (Needles and Syringes).

State Sanitary Code: (M.G.L. chapter 111, section 127A) Improper disposal of infectious or physically dangerous medical or biological waste may result in penalties of up to $25,000 or two years in a corrections facility.

As of July 1, 2012, medical waste regulations do not allow the disposal of sharps in household garbage. Dealing with sharps poses a tremendous risk of injury or diseases. Our team can respond to locations where needles & syringes may be found and collect and dispose of them properly.