Biogen Medical Waste disposal provides regulated pickup, transportation, treatment, and disposal services for regulated medical waste, biohazard waste, sharps and pharmaceuticals. Our exclusive dedication is to our clients, and the way we achieve success is by making long-term investments in these relationships.

What Makes Biogen Different?

With over 30 years of combined experience, Biogen has a strong history of commitment to serving our medical community. Based out of New York, our company has experienced continued growth with our clients to become a national provider of medical waste management services. Our broad range of services can meet all your strict operating demands while meeting current compliance requirements. Additionally, we take great satisfaction in offering premium medical waste management services at competitive rates without making sacrifices.

For all your needs regarding the removal of medical and pharmaceutical waste, including sharps and biohazardous waste, Biogen is fully certified and authorized. Additionally, we provide Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance training to help your teams meet compliance regulations. We are committed to making sure your waste stream complies with all local, state and federal regulations for safe transportation and disposal.

How it works.

Medical waste is first collected in containers that are leak-proof, puncture-resistant, and properly labeled to identify the contents. Specific types of hazardous medical waste are collected following local state and federal as required.

Next, the medical waste is transported by licensed waste haulers in vehicles that are specifically designed and equipped to handle medical waste. The transportation process is well documented to ensure accountability and traceability.
Depending on the type of waste, the materials are treated using appropriate methods. Common methods of treatment include incineration, autoclaving, and chemical treatment. The treatment process is done in a manner that ensures destruction of all infectious agents and hazardous components.
After treatment, medical waste is disposed of in a safe and secure manner. Disposal options include landfilling, recycling, and incineration. The choice of disposal method is based on the type of waste and its level of hazard. Some types of medical waste, such as sharps and pharmaceuticals, require special disposal methods to prevent harm to humans and the environment.

Who we serve.

We manage medical waste removal programs for small to mid-size generators, such as:

Doctor Offices


Animal Hospitals

Dental Offices

Surgery Centers

Blood Banks

Oral Surgeons

Nursing Facilities

Funeral Homes