About Us


The MediWaste team has over 50 years of combined experience in regulated medical waste disposal services, operations, and compliance..

Our Regulated Medical Waste services include: Red Bag, Sharps, Pharmaceutical, Trace Chemotherapy and Pathology Waste, along with full-service compliance, collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal.

Headquartered in Southern California, we are privately held and operated with a strong background in supporting and servicing many local and nationwide clients. Our hands-on approach enables us to provide our healthcare clients with exceptional, personalized service at affordable rates.

Bottom line, we want you to know you have a CHOICE!
We offer a fully integrated line of services - think of us as a cafeteria, you pick and choose the services you would like us to manage for you.
We have a dedicated team of professionals that enables us to provide our clients exceptional, personalized services at affordable rates.
Family owned and operated, committed to outstanding customer care.

Customer service

Our goal at MediWaste Disposal is to partner with each client. We are here to be helpful when you need a new solution, we are here to problem solve issues you might be experiencing, and we are here to provide considerate and timely solutions. If, or when, you have an emergency, even when we close our doors and go home at night, we`re still just a call away. Our team will return you call with a solution. We want to make the process of doing business with us as easy as possible.


Keeping our company and yours compliant with all Federal, State, and Local laws is at the forefront of every encounter. Ask one of our representatives if you are currently following requirements for your area and waste stream.

quick response time

It is our goal to respond to your inquiry expeditiously, if you need immediate assistance please contact us (855) 449-6334.

industry experts

At MediWaste we have a team comprised of industry experts from Recycling, Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste and Medical Waste Industries to bring unrivaled experience and knowledge to educate you and keep you abreast of changes in industry standards and compliance. City Terrace Recycling Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) and Transfer Station

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is medical waste?

Medical waste is generated by hospitals, clinics and business as a result of treating humans and animals
and meets the definition of regulated medical waste (RMW), biohazardous and or sharps waste.

What are the types of RMW?

Biohazardous (red bag), Sharps, Pharmaceutical, Trace Chemo and Pathology.

What is considered Biohazardous/Red Bag?

Make sure to check with your local and state guidelines, but for most, biohazardous/red bag waste is waste that has been contaminated and saturated with blood or other unrecognizable OPIMs. Sharps also considered biohazardous. Examples include: fluid blood, blood saturated items, bags and IV tubing containing blood, suction canisters, hemovacs, chest drainage units, hemodialysis products, etc.

What are sharps?

Sharps Waste includes, but is not limited to, hypodermic needles, hypodermic needles with syringes, blades,
needles with attached tubing, syringes contaminated with biohazardous waste, and broken glass.

What is a OPIM?

Other Potentially Infectious Material: vaginal secretions, semen, saliva from dental procedures, cerebrospinal fluid and synovial fluids, amniotic fluids.

What is RCRA waste?

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) governs the management of hazardous waste. There
are four categories that the EPA uses to classify a hazardous waste ands its harmful effects to human
health and the environment if not handled properly; F List, K List, P and U List. For more information please call us or follow this link to the EPA website:

  • 1.) The type(s) of waste streams generated at each facility.
  • 2.)The amount (.lbs or gallons) to be serviced each month.
  • 3.) What size are your containers?
  • 4.)How many containers do you have?
  • 5.) What is the current frequency of your pick-ups?