Medical Waste Disposal

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medical waste services at rates lower than nationally

Locally owned and operated Envirolaska offers

Medical Waste Disposal Service

Envirolaska offers medical waste disposal services across Anchorage and mail back disposal solutions for rural Alaska generators.  Request a service quote today to reduce your medical waste disposal and sharps disposal costs by 15-30% or more!

MailBack Systems

Evirolaska offers a range of cost effective, convenient, and compliant mailback disposal solutions for Alaska medical waste generators.  Systems are USPS-authorized, DOT compliant, and sized appropriately for rural Alaska and small biohazard generators alike.

Healthcare Compliance Training

Envirolaska offers a world-class training solution that is not only affordable, but a quality product that is easy to use, continually updated to support the latest regulatory changes, and one that you and your staff can rely on for OSHA, HIPAA, and DOT requirements.

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Medical Waste Disposal Services

Overview

Envirolaska provides generators of biomedical waste access to the most effective, valuable, and environmentally responsible means of managing these resources.  We are locally owned and operated and working with our customers across Alaska to improve public health statewide through our delivery of fully compliant, environmentally focused, and cost effective medical waste management services.

From onsite collection for Anchorage area generators, to mail back medical waste systems for rural Alaska generators, to healthcare compliance training, we have you covered for all of your medical waste disposal requirements.

Anchorage

If your practice is located in Anchorage, we are able to service your facility through regular medical waste collection and disposal service.  Envirolaska would be honored to help reduce waste at your practice, your risks, and your disposal costs through our environmentally focused and locally owned operation.  In addition, all regular collection customers receive access to our world class healthcare training solutions to help ensure your staff remains safe, knowledgeable, and compliant.  Through partnership with our customers, we aim to improve public health statewide through our delivery of fully compliant, environmentally focused, and cost effective medical waste management services.

Alaska Road System

If you are on the road system, but outside of our current collection service area, please contact us to learn when we may begin servicing new locations.  We would be happy to recommend options that may be available in your area through other service providers if we are unable to help you directly at this time.  You may also want to consider medical waste disposal service with Envirolaska through our USPS-authorized return mail solutions.  Learn more about our mail back medical waste systems in our service section.

Rural Alaska

If you operate in rural Alaska, biohazard waste can collected and mailed to Envirolaska for treatment and disposal through the use of our USPS authorized mail back solutions.  Envirolaska offers several USPS mail back solutions which may be utilized to for the collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal of biomedical wastes and sharps for medical waste generators across Alaska.  Our solutions provide a cost effective means for rural Alaska healthcare providers to compliantly dispose of their medical waste.  Learn more about our mail back medical waste systems.

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Medical Waste Supplies

Whether you are in need of medical waste disposal, a sharps container, biohazard waste liner bags, or mailback medical waste systems, Envirolaska offers a variety of medical waste disposal products and services with proven track records for our customers’ convenience.  To get free delivery of purchased supplies with your regular medical waste collection service, or to set up recurring orders at rural Alaska locations for our mail back disposal solutions, please contact us.

We are continually looking for new products that we can offer to better meet the needs of our customers. If there are additional biohazard supplies we could offer to support your healthcare practice, please let us know how we could serve you better.

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Envirolaska and Medical Waste Disposal

Anchorage, Alaska based Envirolaska aims to provide improved access to the management and treatment services associated with unique waste streams while reducing costs for generators, improving public health, and producing value-add outputs to reduce the environmental impacts of the inputs which we manage.

More succinctly, Envirolaska’s mission is to transform waste into opportunity.

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