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The general public can be at direct risk to injuries from sharps. If these hazardous materials are not separated from standard waste, individuals can unknowingly come in contact with them. In addition, if sharps waste is not disposed, and removed from the environment, then it can be subject to reuse and misuse (both intentional and unintentional).
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Currently we are accepting cash only.
A one gallon sharps container and disposal service.
No, currently the only drop off location is at 814 Jefferson.
A maximum of two (2) containers per customer can be purchased per year.
Disposing of your needles and sharps the wrong way can cause needle sticks and injury that may result in transmission of disease.
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p. m.