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The Leaders in Medical Waste Disposal in New Jersey

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Why Cyntox?

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Honesty

You won't find any fine print on our contract. We won't raise prices on you or lock you in to an endless commitment.

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Price

We can beat our competitors by up to 30% for even better medical waste disposal services! Don't get surprised by "fuel charges" or "environmental" and "documentation" fees any longer.

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Customer Service

Your medical waste will be handled by our friendly service men and our staff is always available to answer any questions. Flexible scheduling ensures that your medical waste will be picked up when YOU want it to be.

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Environmentally Responsible

At Cyntox, we stay up to date in the latest techniques to make less of an impact on the environment - and your wallet. We are certified by OSHA, HIPAA and EPA so your compliance needs will be met.

Cyntox Services these Georgia Businesses:
  • Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Fayetteville, GA 30214
  • Mobile Vet, Loganville, GA 30052
  • Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA 30324
  • Retirement Home, Covington, GA 30014
  • University Lab - Department of Biology, Marrow, GA 30260

Georgia Medical Waste Disposal

Spanish moss, postcard-worthy coastal towns, ornate antebellum architecture…Georgia is one of the prettiest states in the country. The nation’s number one producer of peaches, pecans and peanuts, Georgia is also a sanctuary for hundreds of species of birds and wildlife who live in Okefenokee swamp. Birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and namesake for one of Ray Charles’s chart-topping hits, “The Peach State” is also a favorite tourist destination. Columbus, GA, has the longest urban whitewater rafting venue anywhere, and indie music fans flock to Athens, where college rock bands REM and the B-52s got their start.

Keep your state clean and beautiful; trust Cyntox for waste management, sharps disposal and medical waste disposal in Georgia.

The State of Georgia Definition of Medical Waste:

Biomedical Waste means any solid waste which contains pathological waste, biological waste, cultures, and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, contaminated animal carcasses (body parts, their bedding, and other wastes from such animals), chemotherapy waste, discarded medical equipment and parts, not including expendable supplies and materials, which have not been decontaminated.

  • Pathological waste means all recognizable human tissues and body parts except teeth, which are removed during surgery, obstetrical procedures, autopsy, and laboratory procedures.
  • Biological waste means blood and blood products, exudates, secretions, suctionings, and other body fluids, which contains free liquids and cannot be or are not directly discarded into a municipal sewer system.
  • Cultures and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals including cultures from medical and pathological laboratories, cultures and stocks of infectious agents from research and industrial laboratories, wastes from the production of biologicals, discarded live and attenuated vaccines, and culture dishes and devices used to transfer, inoculate, and mix cultures.
  • Contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, their bedding, and other wastes from such animals which are infected with or which have been exposed to infectious agents, capable of causing disease in man.
  • Sharps, which mean any discarded article that may cause punctures or cuts. Such waste includes, but is not limited to, items such as needles, IV tubing and syringes with needles attached, and scalpel blades.
  • Chemotherapy waste, which means any disposable material which has come in contact with cytotoxic/antineoplastic agents toxic to cells) and/or antineoplastic agents (agents that inhibit or prevent the growth and spread of tumors or malignant cells) during the preparation, handling, and administration of such agents. Such waste includes, but is not limited to, masks, gloves, gowns, empty IV tubing bags and vials, and other contaminated materials. The above waste must first be classified as empty which means such quantity that it is not subject to other federal or state waste management regulations prior to being handled as biomedical waste.
  • Discarded medical equipment and parts, excluding expendable supplies and materials included in the above wastes, which have not been decontaminated, and that were in contact with infectious agents.
Cyntox Georgia locations include:

Columbus, Savannah, Athens, Sandy Springs, Macon, Roswell, Albany, and many other cities in Georgia.

Additional Georgia Contact Information:

Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Environmental Protection Division
2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Suite 1456, East Tower
Atlanta, GA 30334
Solid Waste Management: 404-362-2692
http://epd.georgia.gov/contact-us

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