Montana Medical Waste DisposalLook up into the Montana sky and all you see are stars. This is “Big Sky Country,” home of Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. In addition to the big open skies are plenty of magnificent mountain ranges, which include some of the Rocky Mountains. Ranching is a major activity in Montana–family ranches are a popular tourist draw for city folks who want to spend a week cattle driving and horseback riding. Billings, MO, started as a railroad town but is now known for trade and tourism in equal measure. Missoula is located at the convergence of five mountain ranges and is home to the University of Montana, which is a public research university. Butte is a former mining town with an independent spirit leftover from its “wild west” origins. When choosing a medical waste company, choose Cyntox. We handle medical waste disposal in Montana, including sharps disposal containers. Help keep Montana magnificent!
The State of Montana Definition of Medical Waste:
An “infectious waste” means waste capable of producing disease. Infectious waste includes but is not limited to:
- Cultures and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals,
- Human pathological waste, including tissues, organs, and body parts removed during surgery or an autopsy;
- Free-flowing waste human blood and products of blood, including serum, plasma, and other blood components and items soaked or saturated with blood; and
- Sharps that have been used in patient care, medical research, or industrial laboratories.