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Biohazard Waste – What is it?

Human or animal blood, feces, urine, vomit, carcass and any other bodily fluid.

Anything saturated or exposed to human or animal blood, feces, urine, vomit, ad any other bodily fluid either in liquid or semi-liquid forms.

Human body fluids: Semen, cerebral spinal fluid, amniotic fluid, synovial fluid, pericardial fluid, saliva, etc.
Pathological waste: human tissue, organs, and body parts.
Microbiological waste: laboratory waste such as discarded specimen cultures, blood and body fluids in lab containers, results of cultures, etc.
Animal Waste: Feces, urine, saliva, carcasses, body parts and any bedding materials
Sharps waste: Medical needles, syringes and lancets.​

   How to Dispose of Biohazard Waste in Massachusetts?

  Proper protocol includes labeling, packaging, transporting, and disposing of regulated bio waste. Any company that does not        have a Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioners Certification cannot legally transport and dispose of biohazard waste      in Massachusetts. The rules are complicated but Bio Pro Boston, the best biohazard waste disposal company in Massachusetts,    has it all figured out.

What Will Bio Pro Boston Do?

Bio Pro Boston is available for emergencies 24/7 to respond to your needs quickly and in a professional manner.

We will clean and disinfect the area where biohazards are present.

We will remove all biohazard waste in clearly marked biohazard bags.

We will transport and dispose of the biohazard waste. Removal

If odors are present, Bio Pro Boston will clean the air and eliminate the smell.

​Biohazard is defined as “A biological agent or condition that constitutes a hazard to humans or the environment”. Biohazards include hazardous chemicals and materials, as well as blood, fluids and matter that once outside the body are considered biohazard because they contain pathogens (viruses and bacteria) that can cause disease and infections that in some cases are not curable.

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