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COVID-19 AND OTHER PANDEMIC EVENTS PRESENT WASTE DISPOSAL CHALLENGES FOR HOSPITALS DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES, PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS AND OTHERS

Posted: Mar 26, 2020

In the event of an outbreak of any pandemics, the sudden increase in the volume of highly contagious bio-medical waste could present challenges for hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Today the majority of healthcare facilities use haulers to transport regulated medical waste to an off-site treatment facility. This process requires the generating facility to store contaminated waste on their premises while awaiting the next pick-up. When the waste is ultimately transported off-site for processing it must be transported through the community.

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Red Bag Solutions Joins National Rural Health Association Partnership Program

Posted: Feb 5, 2020

January, 2020, Baltimore, MD
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Needles, Medical Waste Wash Up on Shore at Venice Beach

Posted: Nov 29, 2019

Make sure your medical waste never washes up on a public beach. Process your bio-hazardous waste on-site through Red Bag Solutions’ SSM; it will never be a threat to people on a public beach…GUARANTEED

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Red Bag Solutions Adds Two New, Lower Cost Models to Product Portfolio

Posted: Feb 6, 2019

Red Bag Solutions introduces two new models of the Steam Sterilization and Maceration (SSM) system for processing biohazardous waste.  The new SSM models address the needs of healthcare facilities generating lower volumes of biohazardous waste (less than 200,000 lbs. per year).  Smaller healthcare facilities have historically been underserved and overcharged for the disposal of biohazardous waste, and Red Bag Solutions’ new SSM models can change that.

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Red Bag Solutions, Inc. and Partners Cooperative, Inc. Sign Agreement to Deliver Onsite Biohazardous Waste Processing Services to Member Healthcare Systems

Posted: Sep 6, 2018

Red Bag Solutions, Inc., a leader in providing innovative technology, equipment and services for on-site processing of medical and biohazardous waste, and Partners Cooperative, Inc, a Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) representing 25 healthcare systems serving the southeastern United States, have announced a three-year agreement to provide Steam Sterilization and Maceration (SSM) technology, a cost effective and environmentally responsible method for processing biohazardous medical waste.

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House of Representatives Passes H.R. 5974 – VA Cost Savings Enhancement Act

Posted: Sep 4, 2018

STATEMENT FROM THE HEALTHCARE COALITION ON EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS REGARDING PASSAGE OF H.R. 5974 - VA COST SAVINGS ENHANCEMENTS ACT, Sponsored by Representative Jeff Denham (CA-10)

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Stericycle medical waste facility fined for polluted wastewater

Posted: Jun 18, 2018

MORTON, WASHINGTON – Over a 10-month stretch in 2017, Stericycle Inc. repeatedly discharged polluted wastewater from its medical waste processing plant in Morton. The wastewater disrupted the city’s treatment plant and threatened aquatic life in the Tilton River.

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MAGNET GROUP contracts with Red Bag Solutions Inc. to offer its members technology and purchased services for the onsite processing of biohazardous waste

Posted: May 22, 2018

Red Bag Solutions Inc. announced its Steam Sterilization and Maceration (SSM) technology has received a contract from the MAGNET GROUP.

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Red Bag Solutions Receives Innovative Technology Contract from Vizient for SSM Technology

Posted: May 1, 2018

Vizient, Inc., the largest member-driven health care performance improvement company in the country, has awarded an Innovative Technology contract for SSM Technology based on a recommendation by one of Vizient’s member-led councils.

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Red Bag Solutions’ SSM technology selected for European Project

Posted: Apr 2, 2018

The RISE Research Institutes of Sweden have designated Red Bag Solutions as a project partner in the Swedish Strategic Innovation Program RE:Source  which aims to increase the recycling of plastic hospital waste.

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