Texas Medical Waste Disposal Services

Complete medical waste solutions tailored to meet your businesses needs. We specialize in medical waste management, treatment and disposal of biomedical waste.

Complete medical waste solutions tailored to meet your businesses needs. We specialize in medical waste management, treatment and disposal of biomedical waste.

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Medical Waste Disposal
in Texas

Safety is at the forefront of our solutions

Sanpro specializes in medical waste management, treatment, disposal of biomedical and sharps waste. Sanpro collects, transports and destroys medical waste, sharps, pathological and pharmaceutical waste across the United States.

We charge only for the services you need while keeping our operating costs low to pass along the savings. Streamlining the efficiencies of healthcare environments.

At Sanpro, our goal is to provide your facility with unparalleled convenience, professional customer service and affordable solutions for your medical waste. We understand the increasing need and focus on reducing the overall impact of medical waste in the environment.

We help you comply with all OSHA and Environmental Protection Agencies. Sanpro is committed to providing quality medical waste pickup options, in addition to training and eduction of your staff for the safe and legal handling of medical waste.

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The most secure and ecologically friendly medical waste disposal system


We safeguard both workers and patients when managing and disposing of sharps waste, and we are considered as one of the world's safest sharps containment organizations.

Immediate Savings

We help reduce expenses significantly through tailored scheduling and bigger container options for volume efficiency. Our goal is to reduce your overall costs by a minimum of 30%.

Secure Containers

Safety is our number one priority. We supply secure and efficient pick-up containers. Our experienced staff will handle containers to prevent spills and unwanted access.

Eco Friendly

To contribute to a reduction in overall waste, we provide reusable containers to minimize the amount of plastic and cardboard that ends up in our landfills.

Timely Pick Ups

Save time and labour by choosing Sanpro medical waste disposal. We offer a wide range of accessories and services to ensure safer handling at point of care.

Complete Compliance

Avoid the risk of OSHA fines by working with a qualified medical waste disposal partner like Sanpro. It’s why we work so hard to create easy to use, easy to understand services and training programs.

Why Sanpro Medical Waste Disposal?

Sanpro is a licensed national business-to-business services company. We specialize in medical waste management, treatment and disposal of biomedical waste. Sanpro collects, transports and destroys medical waste, sharps, pathological and pharmaceutical waste across the United States. Our continued focus and commitment to regulatory compliance ensures we follow all state and federal regulations that pertain to the management of medical waste.

As one of the leading national providers of medical waste disposal services, we focus on protecting people and maintaining all safety requirements for the environment from the risks associated with biohazard waste collection. We understand the increasing need and focus on reducing the overall impact of medical waste in the environment. Our team stays up to date on all policies and regulations around the environmental impact to ensure continued sustainability across all solutions.

At Sanpro, we look to develop partnerships that last a lifetime. Our customer focused ethos is what we pride ourselves on and through this approach we maintain a high level of satisfaction for all customers we serve. Our systems oriented approach prioritizes safety, a reduction of sharps injuries and a team of experts dedicated to innovative solutions. You can be certain that you have chosen an experienced medical waste disposal company with up-to-date knowledge, flexible scheduling, and regulatory waste competence that you can rely on.

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We Service Thousands of Facilities Across the United States.

Sanpro has been providing customized medical waste solutions and management services in the United States for over 25+ years. We have a breadth of knowledge and experience that is unparalleled. Our services range from biomedical pick-up to OSHA compliance training for all facilities we work with. Our team prides itself on becoming the perfect partner for your business while tailoring solutions designed to help you save money and maximize efficiency.

Our process involves a thorough and detailed assessment of your facilities wants and needs to ensure safety & reliability. Our systems oriented approach prioritizes safety, a reduction of sharps injuries and a customer focused team dedicated to innovative solutions. Sanpro holds itself to the highest standards of environmental sustainability and infection control risk reduction. Over the last 25 years, we have collected over 85,000 pounds of medical waste while helping customers reduce their bills by an average 35%. We have served over 4,300 happy customers and counting and our solutions are available in 45 states across the US. Additionally, Sanpro offers comprehensive education plans and compliance training to ensure your staff is protected and your facility’s risk exposure is minimized. 

Texas Resources

Learn more information about Texas state regulations, protocol’s and policies. 


1100 West 49th Street Austin, TX 78756
(512) 776-7111

Department of Environmental Management

2309 Gravel Dr Fort Worth, Texas, TX 76118
(817) 588-5800

What Type of Institutions are Regulated?

Examples of regulated institutions include: hospitals, clinical laboratories, veterinarians, funeral homes, nursing homes, home health providers, physicians offices, research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, colleges and universities (including basic medical or clinical microbiology laboratories), blood banks, company infirmaries, correctional facilities and waste management companies.

Texas Medical Waste Regulatory Authority and Jurisdiction

We take care of your business needs and make sure they comply with federal and Texas regulations. Texas Medical Waste is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). For more information on the state medical waste treatment requirements, see Rules 326.1 to 326.89 in the Texas Administrative Code.

Texas defines Regulated Medical Waste in 5 categories:

  1. Waste from animals that have been intentionally exposed to pathogens
  2. Bulk blood, bulk human blood products, and bulk human body fluids
  3. Microbiological waste
  4. Pathological waste
  5. Sharps

Regulated medical waste should be stored in a safe manner and place to protect it from theft, vandalism, accidental human or animal exposure, rain, wind and water. The storage location should not provide a breeding ground for pests and should not give off an unpleasant odor.
Producers can only deliver waste to TCEQ registered shipping companies.

The generator must receive a signed receipt for each shipment of medical waste, unless it is shipped via the United States Postal Service.
For untreated medical waste, a record of shipping receipts must be retained for 3 years from the date of shipment. These receipts are subject to review and TCEQ should be available without notice during normal business hours.

Texas Regulated Medical Waste Management Practices

  • Disposing of Sharps, Syringes, and Other Related Waste
    • Recommendations for safe disposal of household generated sharps and syringes
    • Requirements for management and disposal of sharps generated from a dentist’s office, doctor’s office, acupuncture clinic, or other health care-related facility
    • Management and disposal of used or expired pharmaceutical waste

Sharps generated from a health care-related facility as defined in 25 TAC 1.136(a)(5) the TCEQ must be managed as medical waste. Options for managing such waste include:

Transport the waste yourself to a licensed medical waste treatment facility. A registered medical waste carrier will arrange to collect the waste for transport to a licensed processing and disposal facility. Garbage will be mailed to authorized facilities via the United States Postal Service.

Disposal of waste onsite by following the onsite processing reporting procedures on the Information page about medical waste generators. Use one of the treatment methods pre-approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Rules 25 TAC 1.136 (a) (5). End alternative therapies approved by TCEQ or DSHS. Sharp letters can be encapsulated in a hard matrix-eg, plaster works well-sealed, labeled and then placed in a container that is disposed of with regular trash.

  • Hazardous Pharmaceutical Wastes— Manage as hazardous waste any pharmaceutical wastes that are listed as hazardous by EPA under Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 261.33 ( 40 CFR 261.33Exit the TCEQ) or that include ingredients that may cause the medication to show the toxicity characteristic under 40 CFR.
  • Nonhazardous Pharmaceutical Wastes—Manage as special waste any pharmaceutical waste that is harmless under Title 30, Chapter 330 of the Texas Administrative Law. In addition, Title 30, Chapter 326 of the Texas Administrative Law does not specifically address the disposal of harmless pharmaceutical waste. Although  not required, TCEQ recommends that the medical facility contact a licensed medical waste treatment facility for  treatment and disposal procedures and a landfill for  disposal procedures.
  • Reverse Distribution Program—If your pharmaceutical company offers a reverse distribution program, you can return your pharmaceutical waste to the manufacturer.

Federal Laws and Regulations

Title 30, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 326Exit the TCEQ State rules establishing the requirements for the collection, transport, transfer, storage, treatment, and disposal of medical waste, and for registering medical waste processing facilities.

These guidelines are based on medical waste regulations entered into force on May 26, 2016 and is included in Title 30 of Texas Administrative Law. Chapter 326 Permits and Registrations for Medical Waste Disposal and Transfer Institutions that existed before May 26, 2016 are valid for two years from this date. Or until the final decision of a new application submitted in time for the existing application. Approval to comply with Chapter 326, whichever is later. Managing Director. You have the right to extend this period at the request of an authorized body supported for good reason. Regular registration of career and mobile treatments. Units subject to annual renewal are still valid and must be renewed according to this chapter. Notices that existed before May 26, 2016 are still valid.