Stericycle offers a variety of safe and compliant solutions for healthcare and non-healthcare facilities to help manage medical waste and PPE waste generated through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Whether you’re a healthcare facility that is administering vaccines or an organization that wants to safely dispose of personal protective equipment (PPE), we offer a variety of solutions customized for your facility’s unique needs in managing COVID-19 waste.
With over 30 years of experience partnering with healthcare organizations of all sizes, we understand the importance of disposing of COVID-19 waste for all organizations in a safe and compliant manner.
We stand ready to support you during public emergencies with proven mobilization protocol that ensures undisturbed operations and customer care, including predesignated alternate transfer and treatment facilities ensuring uninterrupted container supply and servicing.
Access the latest COVID-19 guidance, regulatory updates, our response, and valuable resources, such as our packaging guidelines and webinars.
Learn more by visiting our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Knowledge Center.
Your one-stop for comprehensive vaccine disposal guidance and tailored solutions for managing COVID-19 vaccination waste safely and compliantly.
Providing safe and compliant solutions for the collection of COVID-19 waste for testing and temporary healthcare centers, when and where you need it.
Offering simple and safe solutions to dispose of used personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing materials for businesses of all sizes.
We manage all major waste streams and offer compliance training, delivering a 98% on-time pickup rate1 with our global fleet of more than 6,000 trucks.
We reduce your risk through full chain of custody and proprietary, real-time tracking systems in addition to compliance experts to keep you informed of federal, provincial, and local regulatory developments.
In 2021, our eco-conscious products and sustainability guidance allowed our customers to recycle 499 million kilograms of paper, safely dispose of 18 million kilograms of pharmaceutical waste; and avoid greenhouse gas emissions while diverting 47 million kilograms of sharps waste plastic from landfills.1
1. Source: Stericycle data, 2021.