Empowering healthcare providers to optimize their practice and improve their bottom line with simpler, safer, and more effective waste solutions.
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OnSite Waste Technologies aims to reduce your medical waste spend and volume. Through their revolutionary technology, data-driven waste analytics, and personalized transactional pickup program, OnSite is reducing waste and saving money for pediatrics and other practices all over the country. Regardless of your waste type, OnSite customizes their solutions to fit each practice they serve.
Schedule a consultation with them today to learn how their solutions can improve your workflow and improve your bottom line!
Stop overpaying for unnecessary pickups with your current hauler
Decrease, or eliminate, the need for medical waste storage
Improve your bottom line by reducing medical waste in your practice
Save money on a transactional pickup program
Enjoy ethical pricing structures and flexible contracts
Take Advantage of PBG rebates
The system converts both sharps and red bag waste to non-biohazardous, non-infectious solid waste that can be disposed of as regular trash. The TE-5000 meets or exceeds all EPA, CDC, state and local guidelines. It is approved or meets requirements for treatments in 48 states. When used properly, the TE-5000 eliminates cradle-to-grave liability.
The TE-5000 process uses dry heat to sterilize biomedical waste. Sterilization can be deﬁned as a monitored, validated process used to render material free of all forms of viable organisms, including bacterial endospores.
Validation typically requires the process to accomplish a 4 log10 reduction of resistant spores and a 6 log10 reduction of vegetative bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi / yeast / molds and mycobacterium.
Easy to use as 1, 2, 3. Collect your medical waste, process it in the TE-5000, throw it away in the regular trash.
The TE-5000 sends all required documentation for compliance to our cloud-based system.
We make it easy to do more for your patients and practice.