|Global Product Type||Waste Receptacles-Sharps Containers|
|Waste Receptacle Type||Sharps Container|
|Application||Needle & Blade Disposal|
|Capacity (Volume)||Available in: 1 qt, 5 qt or 8 gal|
|Opening Size||Available in: 1" x 1", 6" x 11" or 8" x 3"|
|Opening Type||Available in: Locking Door w/Top Slot or Top Door|
|Lid Type||Available in: Flat-Top w/Top Door or Flat-Top w/Top Slot|
|Width||Available in: 3 1/2", 4 3/4" or 15 1/2"|
|Depth||Available in: 4 1/4", 10 3/4" or 11"|
|Height||Available in: 5 1/2", 11 1/2" or 17 3/4"|
|Compliance Standards||Meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Available in: Counter-Balanced Lid or Hinged Lid|
According to the OSHA standard the proper disposal of sharp containers and contents includes either the pick up by a qualified sharps technician or the delivery of the container to an approved "red bag" or medical waste treatment site.
Technicians tested on bloodborne pathogens should then provide you with a certificate of disposal!
According to the OSHA standard, single-use sharps containers are designed to be disposed of along with the waste contained inside.
These sharp containers are classified as single-use.
Yes, any non-sharp regulated medical waste can be disposed of in a sharp container!
This waste includes any object that has come in contact with human blood, examples include tubing that contains blood ot gauze that has been stained with blood.