Lab Equipment Disposal Services & Recycling
Testing labs generate a lot of Lab Equipment Disposal Needs and electronic waste. They need a lot of equipment due to their need to analyze chemicals, health issues, illnesses, and drugs. Over time there is a need for how to dispose of old lab equipment.
As Atlanta’s premier electronics recycling company, we have simplified the disposal process of equipment in a lab. Disposal of lab equipment should not be complicated; we come to you and do all the heavy lifting.
How to dispose of defective laboratory equipment,
How to dispose of defective lab equipment centrifuge. We work with and coordinate with your laboratory personnel. We handle all equipment recycling in addition to providing complete recycling services for all pieces of equipment in your lab.
Scientific equipment disposal starts with a free no, obligation consultation. The consultation, coupled with a detailed proposal, segue into lab disposal equipment.
Old lab equipment disposal facts
Some electronic lab equipment contains hard drives with confidential or customer info requiring data destruction. Your surplus property needs to be disposed of responsibly and documented as such. Lab Waste Disposal goes starts with protecting your patient’s information. Laboratory equipment disposal facts help you shape your organization’s policies.
Why you should responsibly dispose of your old lab equipment
Dispose of laboratory equipment responsibly to protect your image, your bands, and your business organization. Some electronic lab equipment contains sensitive information. Disposal of equipment in a lab may look daunting since some of the machines are large. Various facilities lab equipment disposal programs do not work.
Laboratory Equipment Contains Hazardous Wastes
Bigger electronics often contain hazardous substances, e.g. mercury, lead, chlorinated plastics, and flame retardants, that can be harmful to the environment. We do not handle the disposal of chemicals, just the electronic equipment.
Several companies specialize in hazardous medical waste removal and disposal. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for lab equipment disposal options.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act RCRA was enacted in 1976. It is the principal federal law in the United States governing the disposal of solid waste and hazardous waste.
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Accepted Lab Equipment Disposal
Medical & Lab Equipment, Devices
AED Trainers & Training Pads
Aesthetic & Cosmetic Machines
Autoclaves & Sterilizers
Autorefractors, Keratometers & Tonometers
Bioreactors & Fermenters
Blood Cell Counters
Blood/Fluid Warming Systems
Blood Pressure Machines & Monitors
CAD/CAM Acquisition Scanners & Milling Machines
Chiropractic Activators/Adjusting Tools
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Machines
Defibrillators, AED Pads & Batteries
Dental Air Compressors & Vacuum Systems
Dental Dust Collectors
Dissolved Oxygen Meters
ECG & EKG Machines
Electrocautery & Electrosurgery
Electronic Apex Locators
Environmental Test Chambers
Fetal Dopplers & Vascular Dopplers
Fiber Optic Illuminators/Light Sources
Gel Electrophoresis Systems
Lab Freezers & Refrigerators
Lab Furnaces & Ovens
Lab Jacks/Lifting Platforms
Lab Mixers, Shakers & Stirrers
Lab Scales & Beam Balances
Medical & Lab Pumps
Nurse Call Equipment
Patient Warming Units
PCR Thermal Cyclers
Phoropters & Manual Refractors
Phototherapy Lights & Systems
Pill & Capsule Counters
Pipette & Micropipette Pullers
Spectrometers & Spectrophotometers
Spinal Traction Units
Spirometers & Peak Flow Meters
TENS Machines & Electrical Muscle Stimulators
Training Manikins & Patient Simulators
Transilluminators & UV Crosslinkers
Tympanometers & Audiometers
Ultrasound Therapy Units
Viscometers & Rheometers
Vision Screeners & Visual Field Analyzers
Water Baths, Circulators & Chillers
X-Ray Machines & Equipment
Other Medical & Lab