Go Green Solutions, LLC

We service many industries including but not limited to funeral homes, veterinarians, dentists, long-term care facilities, emergency care clinics, and physician practices!

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Long Term Care Clinics - Medical Waste Disposal

Long-Term Care Facilities

Long-term Care Facilities, also known as Nursing Homes is also an industry that generates medical waste. This happens through the daily routine of taking care of the sick and or elderly. When treated, there is waste that is generated. You may see the following:Gloves, Gowns, Guaze, and Needles. In order to effectively and safely manage their waste, they use standard biohazard bags or “red bags” that are later properly sealed in a bio box. The sharps are stored in proper sharps containers until sealed for disposal.

Industries We Serve

Funeral Home - Sharps Container DIsposal

Funeral Homes

Managing the medical waste disposal in a funeral home in an effective and safe way is crucial.

Veterinarian Office - Medical Waste Disposal


Though veterinarians produce a smaller amount of medical waste, the guidelines remain the same in regards to treatment of the waste.

Sharps Container Disposal - Dental Offices


The waste developed at these facilities is general medical waste such as gauze and sharps.

Long Term Care Clinics - Medical Waste Disposal

Long-Term Care Facilities

Through the daily routine of taking care of the elderly, regulated medical waste is generated and must be properly disposed of.

Sharps Container Disposal - Emergency Care Clinics

Emergency Care Clinics

Sharps waste is also produced at these facilities and must be kept in a sharps container.

Servicing Physicians for Sharps Container Disposal

Physician Practices

A doctors office produces types of medical waste from medical waste due to many factors including diseases, emergency medical, or regular patient visits.

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