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Green Country Medical Waste has been searching for answers for the most common questions that facilities ask. They search for Green Country Medical Waste to find what has to be in the red bag. What cannot be in the red bag. They want to know about medication waste. Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa has call OSHA and talked to several people to see if we can get some answers. They are like the DEQ or the Health Dept.
They will not give you a definite answer. Green Country Medical Waste will keep trying to get the answers that our customers are in need of. Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa can however recommend what goes in the red containers and what does not go in the red containers.
Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa recommends that you put anything that has bodily fluids on it. And of course, the needles have to be placed in an approved (un3291) sharps container. Then that sharps container can be placed in the red bio container for removal.
What we see most in the containers are soiled adult diapers, anything that has blood on it. Exam gloves are in most every box. Bed sheets can be washed so no need for them to be in the red bag. Urine samples Are usually drained in the toilet then the sample container is put in the red bag\biohazard box. Glass tubes like what is used to draw blood or any glass culture specimen container that has a potential of breaking and causing a risk of puncturing the container and then potentially causing an accidental poke to a person.
Those items should go in a sharpes container as well. Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa Also recommends that you keep a red biohazard trash can in each room lined with a small red biohazard bag to collect any medical waste that you may produce in that room. Then that bag is tied with a single knot and then placed in the red biohazard container that is provided by Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa. Just remember that you cannot compress Regulated Medical Waste.
So, you cannot step or push down on the waste to get more in the container. It is against the law. Not my law but federal law. The designated place to have to storage the biohazard waste containers provided by Green Country Medical Waste needs to be under lock and key, secure and dry. If rain or water from any source get on the containers and soaks through the water itself is now regulated medical waste and can get very expensive to clean up. So, protect the biohazard waste so it will be safe for you and your staff.
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Meet the Staff Chad Clifton- Owner Chad opened Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa in 2009 with the vision of being different from the competition. His dream was to have competitive pricing with immaculate customer service. Service that is loyal to Oklahoma. It has always been important to Chad to shop local and keep the money in Oklahoma. Chad has 4 wonderful children and an amazing wife that has backed him from day 1 of his vision. His oldest daughter Kristen is going to school at OSU to become a Registered Nurse and currently has her bachelorÕs in biology. Samantha is currently going to school to teach children with special needs. She also volunteers at Camp Barnabas every summer. Contact us at www.greencountrymedicalwaste.com or you can call us at 918-279-6855.
CJ is active in wrestling and is a junior in High School. Leah is a gymnast and is a sophomore. Chad is also an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys hunting and fishing. Amber Taylor- Office, CFO Amber has been with Green Country Medical Waste LLC since 2017. Amber handles everything in the office from routing to billing. She does a wonderful job balancing every task given to her. She has 3 very active daughters. If sheÕs not in the office, sheÕs on a softball field or basketball court.
Kylea plays competitive softball for a team that won the world series of softball in Kansas City, MO. Madilyn is also on a competitive softball team as well as an awesome basketball player. Her teams have won championships all over Oklahoma and a few in Arkansas. Amber has always made sure her girls strive in every aspect of life. Emma is Special Needs and requires lots of therapy and Dr. appointments, but that doesnÕt slow her down. She accepts her disabilities and they only make her stronger.
Robbie Nance- Driver Robbie joined the team in 2018 after he moved to Coweta from Edmond. He is a great asset to Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa as he brings professionalism and accuracy to our customers. He is very detail oriented and always makes sure the customers are satisfied with the service provided. He is basically the face of the company. When Robbie isnÕt providing excellent service, he enjoys riding his motorcycle and spending time with his girlfriend.
Contact Us: Call us at 918-279-6855 Monday thru Friday 9am-4pm For emergencies call us. To start service or get a quote please call 918-279-6855 or email Amber at [email protected] HOW WE GOT OUR START Green Country Medical Waste Tulsa is a private company based in Coweta, Oklahoma. We started this company after speaking to a few of our local physicians who also happen to be very good friends. One of the biggest complaints was that there was not a local medical waste company. We consider it important for a local Family Practice to do business locally. You can also look us up online at www.greencountrymedicalwaste.com. If you are wanting to learn more about our company, please do not hesitate to ask. We are very passionate about what we do and helping medical companies reach their goals on all aspects. We would love to have you as one of our esteemed customers here at Green Country Medical Waste Llc. Give us a call today!