Pacific  Medical Waste | Our Disposal Process | California

The facility is licensed and approved by the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) to insure the safe handling, transport and processing of biohazardous medical waste.

Our autoclave process heats medical waste to 295 degrees at a pressure of 50 pounds per square inch to ensure that all infectious pathogens are destroyed.
The Cal/EPA conducts regular site inspections to review the facility and the autoclave process to ensure the Sterilization Process.  The strict compliance standards that have been maintained at the facility have resulted in zero Cal/EPA violations.Here’s how our Medical Waste CA. Process works:

  1. A certified driver collects medical waste at your facility
  2. Medical waste is securely stored on our truck for transport
  3. At the end of the route all waste is brought back to the processing plant
  4. Materials are placed in the autoclave, where a process of heat, pressure and steam sterilize the medical waste
  5. Sterilized medical waste is then delivered to a California Environmental Protection Agency Facility
  6. All reusable containers are then sanitized and ready for reuse

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