New Medical Waste and Sharps Disposal by Mail System Approved by US Postal Service

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XMED Disposal Incorporated introduced the XMED MAIL SYSTEM earlier today. The XMED MAIL SYSTEM is a new solution to the confusing job of handling and proper disposal of Sharps and Regulated Medical Waste. This new collection and disposal service includes everything needed to properly dispose of Biohazard waste and is available in a variety of sizes from one-half gallon to five gallons, to meet different needs.

This new service will assist all types of Medical Waste Generators properly dispose of their waste material.

    Waste is conveniently transported to the XMED Disposal Facility by the United States Postal Service in compliance with federal regulations. XMED received approval from the United States Postal Service on January 23rd of this year after almost 15 months in development and testing. The XMED MAIL SYSTEM can be used anywhere the United States Postal Service delivers and is purchased on an as needed basis, with no contract required. All disposal, shipping and handling fees are included in one price with the System.

With each initial order XMED provides free of charge an OSHA MEDICAL WASTE MANUAL, which is a $200.00 value, to assist their customers with compliance to the sometime confusing regulations surrounding Medical Waste. This Manual simplifies OSHA requirements for the prevention of exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens. It has helpful record keeping recommendations and a compilation of generic forms and applications that can assist the Sharps and Medical Waste Generator.

XMED serves Hospitals and most other Sharps and Medical Waste Generators including:

-- Physicians

-- Dentists

-- Veterinarians and Animal Hospitals

-- Assisted Living, Home Health, and Hospices

-- Laboratories

-- Health Clinics in Schools and Manufacturing Facilities

-- Tattoo Parlors

-- Emergency Services such as Fire Departments and Ambulance Services

-- Individuals taking injections from home such as Diabetics

Tim Beddingfield, President of XMED Disposal, Inc. said, "This new service will assist all types of Medical Waste Generators properly dispose of their waste material." He also stated that "XMED Management believes that proper handling of Medical Waste is important because our 'Earth Matters.'" For additional information visit the web site at http://www.xmeddisposal.com or call toll free (866-735-9709).

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