Welcome to Cyntox Biohazard Solutions

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The Leaders in Medical Waste Disposal in Pennsylvania

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Why Cyntox?



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.



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.


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.


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 Pennsylvania Businesses:
  • Funeral Home, Uniontown, PA 15401
  • Home Health Services, Philadelphia, PA 19147
  • Tattoo City, Erie, PA 16510
  • Clean Linen, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
  • Foot and Associates, Allentown, PA 18104

Pennsylvania Medical Waste Disposal

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By using a service like Cyntox, you can be assured that we are equipped to handle medical waste disposal in Pennsylvania – and it’s specific biohazard laws. We dispose of sharps, expired pharmaceuticals, hospital waste and all other clinical waste.

The State of Pennsylvania Definition of Medical Waste:

Infectious waste is municipal and residual waste which is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, immunization or autopsy of human beings or animals, in research pertaining thereto, in the preparation of human or animal remains for interment or cremation, or in the production or testing of biologicals, and which falls under one or more of the following categories:

  • Cultures and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, including the following: 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 except for residue in emptied containers; and culture dishes, assemblies and devices used to conduct diagnostic tests or to transfer, inoculate and mix cultures.
  • Pathological wastes. Human pathological wastes, including tissues, organs and body parts and body fluids that are removed during surgery, autopsy, other medical procedures or laboratory procedures. The term does not include hair, nails or extracted teeth.
  • Human blood and body fluid waste.
    • Liquid waste human blood.
    • Blood products.
    • Items saturated or dripping with human blood.
    • Items that were saturated or dripping with human blood that are now caked with dried human blood, including serum, plasma and other blood components, which were used or intended for use in patient care, specimen testing or the development of pharmaceuticals.
    • Intravenous bags that have been used for blood transfusions.
    • Items, including dialysate, that have been in contact with the blood of patients undergoing hemodialysis at hospitals or independent treatment centers.
    • Items saturated or dripping with body fluids or caked with dried body fluids from persons during surgery, autopsy, other medical procedures or laboratory procedures.
    • Specimens of blood products or body fluids, and their containers.
  • Animal wastes. Contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, blood, blood products, secretions, excretions and bedding of animals that were known to have been exposed to zoonotic infectious agents or nonzoonotic human pathogens during research (including research in veterinary schools and hospitals), production of biologicals or testing of pharmaceuticals.
  • Isolation wastes. Biological wastes and waste contaminated with blood, excretion, exudates or secretions from:
    • Humans who are isolated to protect others from highly virulent diseases.
    • Isolated animals known or suspected to be infected with highly virulent diseases.
  • Used sharps. Sharps that have been in contact with infectious agents or that have been used in animal or human patient care or treatment, at medical, research or industrial laboratories.
Cyntox Pennsylvania locations include:

Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Harrisburg, Collingdale and many other cities in Pennsylvania.

Additional Pennsylvania Contact Information:

PA Department of Environmental Protection
PO Box 2063
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2063