Medical Waste Projects
Vernon Medical Waste Facility
ET provided general contracting services for the successful completion of a medical waste processing facility in Vernon, California. An existing 15,000-sf building and 2 acre site was completely remodeled and converted to a new state-of-the-art medical waste treatment and transfer facility. The project included new site utilities & flatwork, new office spaces and processing area with loading dock, material conveyance system, boiler system, two high capacity steam autoclave’s and a compactor. The project began in Nov. 2009, completed, tested and approved for operation by the State of CA April 2010. The project obtained LEED Silver certification by the USGBC.
Creswell Medical Waste Facility
ET procured and installed a recycling system in Creswell, NC designed to shred, clean and separate plastic material from the medical waste stream as part of an effort to divert medical waste from the landfill. The project involved minor building modifications, installing wastewater infrastructure and upgrading the facility’s electrical service to accommodate the equipment.
Rochester Medical Waste Facility
Construction began in the fall of 2010 for this state-of-the-art Medical Waste Facility on a Greenfield site in rural Rochester, NH. As the general contractor, ET oversaw the extensive site work and wetlands remediation that was required to prepare the site for the 22,000-square foot facility. ET’s facility design incorporated high pressure steam and a system of conveyors to maximize process efficiency without compromising safety while also meeting the state’s strict waste processing requirements. Completed and commissioned in late 2012, this medical waste treatment facility also includes offices, conference rooms and accommodations for operations personnel.
Germantown Medical Waste Facility
ET Environmental provided design/build services and acted as General Contractor for the successful completion of the new market area medical waste processing facility in Germantown, Wisconsin. An existing abandoned 20,000-square foot building was completely modified and refurbished to new condition and a state of the art material conveyance and steam autoclave process was designed and implemented to complete inert incoming medical waste to State requirements. In addition, the existing administration building was completely remodeled to accommodate the needs of the new process. The project was permitted and began in October 2010, completed, tested and approved for operation by the State of Wisconsin in April 2011. This facility is also being used as a model for educational tours.