Posted by:  2:00 PM CST

If you’ve never taken time to audit how much trash you create at home or in your business, it’s worth a look. The figures can be staggering, and the same is true for medical waste disposal at health care facilities. On average, each American generates 4.4 lb. of waste per day for an (more)

Posted by:  8:00 AM CST

A neighborhood cleanup initiative serves to revitalize an area while at the same time creates a sense of community. It doesn’t have to be daunting. With careful planning and helping hands, anyone can set up a successful community cleanup initiative. Pre-event Organize. Select a project coordinator to help determine where you will be (more)

Posted by:  8:00 AM CST

The challenge of how to get rid of harmful materials at medical facilities is a daunting one. In part, it is because of the nature of health care: Doctors and nurses prefer to spend as much time treating patients as possible, which leaves less time to focus on behind-the-scenes processes. (more)

Tuesday 6 June 2017
Posted by:  8:00 AM CST

Should I recycle or throw it in the trash? It’s a common question we all may find ourselves asking, especially when it comes to items like batteries, appliances and electronics. We’ve provided some guidance to help you sort it all out. You can drop any of these off at LB (more)

Posted by:  9:00 AM CST

Unfortunately, security concerns in today’s business environment meant document destruction is mandatory. Too many large companies have experienced high-profile information breaches that have compromised thousands if not millions of clients’ private information. That type of exposure opens the door to lawsuits and identity theft. Document destruction can serve as a (more)

Tuesday 2 May 2017
Posted by:  8:00 AM CST

A lot of the waste, medical and universal, we throw away can be recycled. This act benefits the environment by diverting waste away from the landfills and providing material for making products. Why does this matter? Poor waste management contributes to climate change and air pollution, and directly affects nature. Landfills (more)

Posted by:  9:00 AM CST

Medical waste disposal isn’t a job that is high on the list for many professionals in the health-care industry. We completely understand. Medical waste is strictly regulated by state and federal laws, it can be toxic to your health and it can endanger the safety of your team and patients. Those (more)

Tuesday 4 April 2017
Posted by:  8:00 AM CST

Hazardous waste can be found just about anywhere in the workplace, your home, and the environment. It comes from many sources, some more obvious than others, including batteries, weed killers, paint, automotive products, fluorescent light bulbs and household cleaners. Even if you don’t produce hazardous waste yourself, your business or (more)

Posted by:  9:00 AM CST

Medical professionals are a vital part of our society. They take care of our children even before birth, ensuring they receive the proper medical attention to get a healthy and strong start to life. They monitor our heart rate, blood pressure, height, weight and numerous other factors to ensure we (more)

Posted by:  10:00 AM CST

Knowing what to do with your waste is not always straightforward. Our knowledgeable staff at LB Medwaste specializes in efficient, clean and successful removal of waste whether at your workplace or home. Part of our job is to also help you better understand the proper disposal of waste, and it’s importance to the (more)