Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon

SharpSafety Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon
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SharpSafety Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon

  • Fits into present blood drawing trays
  • Efficient disposal of blood, hypodermic & IV needles
  • Facilitates temporary and final closures

Product Overview

SharpSafety Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon

SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - Red, 2 gallon


Slding lid accomodates large sharp waste. Provide temporary closure when not in use and final lock for disposal. Red non translucent.

Non-sterile. One-piece, nestable. Plastics and pigments are safe to autoclave or incinerate. Cabinets and brackets for the 8970 container are #8400 cabinet, #8963 locking wire bracket, #8975 nonlocking bracket and the #8974 table top holder (dog dish style).


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SharpSafety Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon

8970 - Each - $4.94

8970 - Case of 20 - $106.21



Red SharpSafety Large Volume Sharps Containers - 2 gallon Reviews Summary

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12 reviews
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11 out of 11 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Economical (5)
Lightweight (5)
Easy to Use (5)
Top Cons

none (1)
Top Best Uses

At home (4)
1-5 of 12 reviews
1 2 3
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I like the product.

by from St.Louis, MO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Very Satisfied

Pros:
Economical. Lightweight. Easy to Use.
Best Uses:
At home.
Describe Yourself:
Diabetic.

Cost is great Wont buy the little containers again.

by from Jamestown NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I'll buy this again

Pros:
Lightweight. Economical. Easy to Use.
Describe Yourself:
Diabetic.

Very fast delivery

by from Cinti. Oh.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Huge! Verified Purchaser

Best Uses:
At home.

Huge, won't need another for a long while, that is sure. Very sturdy and for the price - a great bargain.

by from Florida
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Where to take medical waste in SharpSafe

Pros:
Economical. Lightweight. Easy to Use.
Best Uses:
At home.
Describe Yourself:
Diabetic.

Highly recommend these containers. Just contact your local waste management company and they will let you know where to drop off the containers. You get about 4 months out of one container.

by from San Leandro, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 12 reviews
1 2 3

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how do I dispose of the container
Asked on Dec 20, 2011 7:47:52 PM by Dan from San Diego Ca
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I take mine in to my pharmacy, where they will dispose of it for me. I've also taken full sharps containers to the dr's office for disposal.
Answered on Feb 6, 2012 3:26:27 PM by Jaynie from Georgia
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our county land fill allows for sharps containers to be taken to them for disposal.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 2:59:21 AM by mark from california
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Check with the local hospitals in your area. Some will even give you a replacement container.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:33:06 AM by Robbie from Washington DC
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I usually take my sharps containers to the lab of my local hospital. It's easier for me as I do it when I'm there getting blood work anyway.
Answered on Dec 28, 2012 8:31:23 PM by Denise from Springville, IN
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in TN i took them to the local landfill.. they had to be triple wrapped in plastic bags (black) and sealed with red tape.. here in Oregon they have drop off centers or you can take them to a hospital or clinic.
Answered on Apr 19, 2014 10:01:59 AM by SunnyBear from Oregon
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Part Number(s): 772 0028, 772 0029

Mfg Part Number(s): 8970

Scrip Part Number(s): 772 0028, 772 0029