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310 Stoke Park Road

Bethlehem, PA 18017

United States

Phone: 203-798-1080

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MedClean Technologies, Inc. provides medical waste treatment solutions. The company designs, sells, and installs turnkey regulated medical waste solutions. It also provides services through its extensive distributor and transport partner program. All MedClean products and services are focused on the conversion of Regulated Medical Waste (RMW) into municipal solid waste (MSW). The disposal of both RMW and MSW is generally regulated on the state and local levels. RMW is solid non-hazardous waste generated in connection with the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals, in research pertaining thereto, or in the production of testing of biologicals, and includes bandages and other materials containing potentially infectious bodily fluids, culture dishes and other glassware, discarded surgical gloves and surgical instruments, sharps (needles), cultures, stocks, swabs, and lancets. The MedClean System consists of integrated equipment installed at a generator’s medical facility or a processor’s treatment facility and consists of an autoclave vessel to sterilize the material; a shredding device to convert the material into unrecognizable confetti-like material; its Auto-Touch proprietary control panel; and related services as required. Ancillary equipment includes Quiet Carts with disposable plastic liners used for intramural collection of the RMW at points of generation within the medical facility, the containerization of the waste during the autoclave sterilization process and the mechanical dumping of the waste into the shredding device. The System is automated to minimize personnel contact with the material and to assure regulatory compliance in the conversion process. The company’s consumable supplies, sold periodically to customers, include the liners for the Quiet Carts, cutting blades for the shredder and supplies, such as deodorizers and paper print rolls for use with the autoclaves and control panels. Products The company’s principal products are the MedClean series systems and related services. The MedClean system includes various equipment, machinery, and services, such as an autoclave vessel to sterilize the medical waste; a shredding device, the MedClean Shredder, to convert sterilized waste material into a harmless, non-recognizable confetti-like material qualifying the end product as safe municipal solid waste; a AutoTouch control station with software and hardware components that integrate and bundle all operating and data recording functions into a system complying with regulatory requirements for conversion and disposal of medical waste, including real time centralized monitoring of the system’s functions; a material transporter to mechanically transport the processed waste from shredder to the municipal solid waste compacting dumpster; a QuietCart transport cart system to facilitate a single source containerization of the infectious waste from generation, sterilization, processing and return for refill without need for human interaction for ultimate operator safety; services to transport the waste from the point of generation through the point of treatment; and waste streams addressed through the combination of products and services (collectively labeled as Technology enabled Services (TeS). The company’s services include waste transportation at the waste generation facility, equipment operation on-site, waste transportation to a processing facility, and operation of equipment at the processing facility. TeS provided by the company include regulated medical waste; sharps; confidential documents (HIPAA); chemo/path; pharmaceutical waste; hazardous waste; organics; and universal waste. Services The company has developed a network of distributor and transport partners whose service offerings complement its traditional equipment offerings. These partners can be categorized as follows: Certified Transport Partner (CSP): A CSP is a waste transporter or hauler that has also established a commercial relationship with the company. The commercial relationship is in the form of a mutually beneficial contractual arrangement, whereby the company would be compensated for business leads that are provided by it to the CSP. Certified Distributor Partner: An original equipment manufacturer representative company that sells the company’s products and services within a defined regional basis. Other: The company has also established a network of transporters and haulers that are not bound by commercial terms who do offer services, such as personnel to operate the equipment or transport waste within a facility or facility affiliate. eCommerce: The company engages in a program to provide group purchasing power to certified and other partners. The company offers products commonly used by medical facilities to partners as an extended service to enhance business relationships and recurring revenue opportunities. The combination of the company’s products with partner services is labeled TeS by the company. Governmental Regulations-Federal Federal agencies, which regulate RMW, are the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the U.S. Department of Transportation (the U.S. DOT), and the U.S. Postal Service. These agencies regulate RMW under various statutes and regulations, including Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988; Clean Air Act Regulations; Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970; Resource Conservation And Recovery Act of 1976; Department of Transportation Regulations; Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation And Liability Act of 1980; and United States Postal Service. History The company was founded in 1997. It was formerly known as General Devices, Inc. and changed its name to Aduromed Industries, Inc. in 2007. Further, the company changed its name to MedClean Technologies, Inc. in 2009.

 

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