Dental Industry

Waste and Compliance Solutions – Dental Offices

The Dental industry must adhere to specific requirements for medical waste management and OSHA Compliance. Because PureWay has a depth of experience in servicing dental offices, you can trust that we’ll help you meet all regulations, in a cost-effective, convenient way.

Recommendations for Dental Offices include…

Disposal of Sharps, Hazardous Waste, and other Used Healthcare Materials

Efficient, convenient and affordable disposal of all sharps and other used healthcare materials, as well as hazardous waste. Our disposal-by-mail systems can save your office 50% or more over traditional pickup companies.  Request a quote today and we’ll create a simple, custom plan, just for you.

Amalgam System

As the ADA recommends, even dentists who don’t place new amalgam should have a separator to capture the particles that break free during work on existing amalgam fillings. Scrap amalgam and teeth with amalgam fillings also require special handling. Learn more…

Hazardous Waste Disposal – Photo Chemical

Our filtration system processes up to 15 gallons of fixer, eliminating the need for a contracted pickup service.  This one-of-a-kind system reduces costs by preparing fixer for disposal down the drain.

Lead foil, a by-product of analog x-ray machines, may simply be collected and returned for recycling in one of our  lead foil disposal buckets.

OSHA Compliance & Infection Control Program

When it comes to OSHA and Infection Control compliance, PureWay has you covered.  With multiple packages to choose from, our Compliance Program includes everything from customized OSHA and Infection Control manuals to annual OSHA Compliance training for CE credits. Learn more…

 

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PureWay Advantages

  • Hassle-Free: No contracts, monthly fees or fuel surcharges
  • On-Demand: Order only what you need, when you need it – no additional containers required
  • Convenience: Return items for disposal on your schedule
  • Peace of Mind: Know that you’re always meeting regulations