ATI offers a complete range of Medical Waste Management programs.
Headquartered in Los Angeles County, ATI provides service to facilities and emerging companies in the healthcare industry, Pharmacies, Veterinarians, Dental facilities, Hospitality, Trade Schools and Universities throughout California. Whether you’re a doctors office, a large hospital, laboratory, or a hotel, we will not only help your facility protect your environment by providing exceptional service, but we’ll also help you stay in Compliance with our online OSHA compliance program and provide sharps containers of all sizes at discounted prices. We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every customer and customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.
Our management team has been servicing California for over a decade. Our services address OSHA compliance and environmental issues, making us one of the most reliable medical waste disposal companies in the region. ATI will help you legally and safely dispose of your medical waste. We’re on the pulse to becoming the most environmentally responsible Medical Waste Management company in California—all to give you exceptional service while helping the environment within our community. Get in touch with us to set up a FREE consultation, or use the link below to enquire to see if our services are right for you.
28358 Constellation Rd Unit 640
Valencia Ca 91355
Bio Hazard Waste
Bio Hazard waste is defined as items that have come into contact with a potential infectious agent and must be disposed of in a red biohazard waste bag. These items include but are not limited to: blood soaked items, gauze, bandages, specimen cups, items containing dried blood or other fluids, gloves, gowns, intravenous bags, soft plastic items, table paper, personal protective equipment, closed and sealed disposable sharps containers and leak-proof containers of liquids. Proper packaging and disposal of bio hazard waste is required by California and Federal agencies. ATI has a full range of medical waste disposable programs.
Chemotherapy waste Includes expired drugs, aborted dosages, contaminated personal protective equipment, etc. Chemotherapy waste is defined as items that have been contaminated through contact with or have previously contained chemotherapeutic agents. These items include: empty syringes, pipettes, pads, gauze, glass vials, bottles, items generated in the preparation and administration of cytotoxic/antineoplastic drugs, intravenous solution bags and attached tubing, gloves, gowns and personal protective equipment. Proper packaging and disposal of chemotherapy waste is required by California and Federal agencies. ATI offers a complete line of chemotherapy waste containers and disposal options.
ATI provides a range of sharps disposal programs that are specifically designed for the safe storage and disposal of contaminated needles and sharps. Sharps waste is defined as items or devices with sharp edges, protruding tips, corners or pieces that can slice, cut, scrape or pierce the skin. They may be used in the care and treatment of humans and animals, medical research and laboratory testing facilities. These items include, but are not limited to: syringes and needles, glass tubes and slides, pipettes, lancets, scalpel blades, suture needles, hard plastic items, glass items, tweezers, scissors, razor blades, metal instruments and sharp objects.
Pathology waste is defined as tissue, organs, body parts and body fluid that are removed during surgery, autopsy or other medical procedures. These items include: recognizable tissue samples, placentas, biopsy tissue, amputated body parts and limbs. Proper packaging and disposal of pathology waste is required by California and Federal agencies. ATI offers a complete line of pathology waste containers and disposal options. We take great care in addressing pathology waste, as it’s any recognizable human or animal body part or tissue. ATI's pathology waste containers are pre-labeled with the pathology waste symbol. ATI ensures sensitive materials are disposed in accordance with California EPA regulations.
At ATI, we reduce the costs and risks associated with disposing pharmaceutical waste. Our management program ensures that materials are disposed in accordance with EPA and FDA regulations. Non-hazardous pharmaceutical waste is defined as any chemical product, vaccine or allergenic, not containing a radioactive component, that is intended for the use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease or injury in humans and animals. These items include: over-the-counter medications, non-hazardous medications and any drug that is not classified as hazardous or a DEA controlled substance.
Dental practices generate large amounts of waste including cotton, plastic, latex and other materials which may be contaminated with body fluids. Dental offices also generate sharps, lancets, needles, syringes, fixer, developer, sterilizing solutions, lead foils and amalgam. Dental amalgam waste is defined as the silver-colored material used to fill and restore teeth that have cavities. It is made up of two nearly equal parts of liquid mercury. Liquid mercury is a hazardous material and must be either recycled or properly disposed of as hazardous waste. Proper recycling and disposal of dental amalgam waste is required by California and Federal agencies. ATI has a full range of medical and dental waste management programs.
Use the form below to contact us regarding your medical waste. Please be as detailed as possible. Include your industry along with any specific requests. To help us best service your enquiry, we recommend that you first describe the type of waste you are generating before telling us what you want to achieve.