Cost-Effective Dental Waste Mailback Solutions
Dental professionals are required to manage several kinds of office practice waste. As your partner in practice compliance, HealthFirst offers one-stop, money-saving solutions for dental waste disposal compliance.
Dental Amalgam Separators
The Rebec CatchHG line of amalgam separators is built out of highly durable stainless-steel, and effectively separates 99.8% of waste mercury from your office’s wastewater.
American Dental Association (ADA) Business Resources endorses HealthFirst’s amalgam recovery program as the “only solution of its kind in the industry.”
Dental Amalgam Waste Recovery
Stay in compliance with ADA Best Management Practices (BMP) regulations by recovering your amalgam waste properly in these convenient amalgam waste recovery containers. Available in three sizes: 1.25, 3.5 and 5 gallon.
Lead Waste Recovery
Store and recycle your lead foil and lead apron waste through a convenient, economical and environmentally friendly HealthFirst mailback service.
Pharmaceutical Waste Recovery
Dispose of unused and partially used medications and pharmaceutical waste through our environmentally-safe mailback service.
HealthFirst provides you with a convenient and economical way to properly dispose of your unused and partially used non-controlled pharmaceutical waste via mailback services. Simply place your pharmaceutical waste into the pre-addressed and postage paid return kit and mail it back to our processing facility for proper waste destruction.
VacuBlu® Vacuum Line Cleaner
Clean and condition your vacuum lines and your amalgam separator. VacuBlu® is a simple and easy-to-use biodegradable cleaning solution to keep your vacuum lines clear and your amalgam separator working properly.
Always Ready with OnTraq
HealthFirst’s practice readiness application uses smart automation to reduce the risks, headaches and costs of managing dental office waste. It seamlessly links to HealthFirst products, providing updated dashboards, reports, task management and online access to certificates of destruction.
Ultimate Guide to Effective Sharps Management
Every dentist has a fundamental responsibility to effectively manage sharps dental waste, but that doesn’t mean exorbitant contractual services. Learn more in our free guide to effective, compliant sharps management.