For the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, it’s not just complex governmental regulation, healthcare reform or insurance claims that pose unique challenges; environmental compliance and management issues are very real concerns. Whether its chemical spills, hazardous or non-hazardous waste, biohazards or even WMD events, Hull’s provides the kind of environmental knowledge and experience these industries need to navigate through challenging times.

Lab Pack Services

Expired or unwanted stockpiles of laboratory or industrial chemicals stored in lab environments require proper handling and disposal by trained personnel. Hull’s performs lab packing services specifically designed to manage materials of this type as a single instance, periodically or routinely. Personnel are properly trained to segregate, containerize and dispose of these chemicals according to established safety and regulatory guidelines. Lab pack technicians are fully trained, have extensive experience with chemical disposal and lab packing services, and are experts in OSHA, DEA, RCRA and state regulations.

Emergency Spill Response and Clean-Up Services

Even with the greatest management practices, preventative measures and rigorous training, accidents still occur. Protection of employees, patients and bystanders starts with having a plan to prevent chemical and other material spills, however, the incorporation of a trusted spill response company into any facility response plan is critical. These possible circumstances reinforce the need for a trained and experienced responder:

  • Biohazardous or Biological Incidents
  • Debris Clearing and Removal
  • Disaster Response and Recovery Support
  • Large-Scale Fire, Water and Flood Damage Repair
  • Mercury Containing Devices and Preparations
  • Oil, Fuel or Chemical Spill Containment and Cleanup
  • Post-Fire Cleanup and Restoration

Hazardous & Non-Hazardous Waste Management

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976 was enacted to govern the disposal of solid and hazardous waste and aimed at protecting human health and the environment from the potential hazards of waste disposal. Ultimately it was meant to ensure that waste streams would be managed in an environmentally responsible way. Hull’s will help your organization develop a customized management plan to for the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste. In addition to typical waste streams, Hull’s can also manage the following:

  • Biohazardous Waste
  • Drummed Waste Including Water Treatment Chemicals, Cleaners, Paints, Oils, Universal Bulbs, Batteries and Electronics
  • Lab Sumps
  • Pharmaceutical Waste Including Non-DEA Schedule Materials
  • X-Ray Operations Waste Including Developers, Lead Shielding, Lead Aprons/Protective Garments, Lead Containing Debris