APHIS Waste Disposal Service
APHIS waste is simply an acronym for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. At medi-waste, we help various households and businesses with the disposal of APHIS waste, and we make sure to do so in accordance with the laws of the land as reading APHIS waste and rejected cargo disposal.
By helping to dispose APHIS waste, we are able to help people achieve safe and convenient travel, and this makes us invaluable partners in the hunt for proper and effective air and sea transportation services.
We help dispose waste materials from:
- Flights: Regardless of whether you’re running a domestic or an international flight, you can count on medi-waste to effectively help with the disposal of APHIS waste.
- Maritime Vessels: medi-waste also deals with APHIS waste disposal on cruise ships, seagoing cargo vessels, etc. As long as it’s able to run on the sea and it’s got a waste compartment, you’ll want to have said waste disposed. This is where you’ll definitely need us.
When you work with medi-waste, you can rest assured of the following:
Reliable and effective waste disposal
We understand the importance of a waste disposal system when it comes to flights and maritime transportation, and this is why we ensure to go about our business as effectively and diligently as possible. Rest assured that when we’re done working on your plane or vessel, you won’t have any issues whatsoever
A bespoke waste disposal service
We have been able to tailor our APHIS waste disposal services to meet the specific needs of every individual client, and you can rest assured that you won’t be different in any way. To wit, we will make sure to work within your arrival and departure times, the size of your plane or vessel, your movement schedules, etc.
Timely and responsive service
We know how vital it is to get everything up and running when you’re running a transportation business, and this is why we make sure to dispense or services as quickly and briefly as possible. We don’t waste time, and we won’t interfere with your own busy schedule at all.
The Regulated Garbage Compliance Agreement
The Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) Quarantine Policy, Analysis and Support (QPAS) was tasked with the responsibility of advising and assisting various entities (such as cartage firms, aircraft cleaners etc.) that want to deal with APHIS waste. There are certain compliance requirements that specify the restriction and allowances that come with the handling of this type of waste, and it is essential for these entities to be in compliance with these requirements.
The compliance agreement is a document that is signed, written and which is legally binding on entities, and it is issued by the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) or the Animal and Plant Health inspection Service (APHIS) Plant Protection and Quarantine. For a facility to be approved by APHIS and to be qualified to handle regulated garbage, compliance and possession of these requirements must be achieved.
The compliance agreement is used to ground and finalize any agreement that is made between the United States Customs and Border Protection or Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service any entity that is responsible for the handling and processing of regulated garbage. This entity is expected to exhibit an understanding of the techniques, conditions and steps that are required to be in full compliance with the regulations set by APHIS, and this compliance agreement is a binding indication that an entity is able to know what to do in the event that they get any regulated garbage.
It is also important to know that any entity that enters into a compliance agreement is under the binding principles, allowances, and restrictions of this agreement from the date of entry and in perpetuity (unless there is a need that calls for an amendment, in which case the amendment will be undertaken by the administration)