Seeking qualified vendor for regulated medical waste collection and disposal services
Friendship Public Charter School seeks qualified and regulated bidders for medical waste collection and disposal vendor to support rapid antigen testing in eight of our school locations in the District of Columbia. As defined, medical waste is a potentially infectious waste of materials generated at health care facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, dental practices, blood banks, and veterinary hospitals/clinics, as well as medical research facilities and laboratories.
Friendship Public Charter Schools is approved for infectious disease testing pursuant to DCMR Title 22-B2 Communicable and Reportable Diseases under DC Department of Health Regulations and Licensing Administration Health Care Facilities Division in the certificate of licensure in the discipline(s): Abbott Binax Now COVID-19 Ag POC SARS-CoV 2-RDT testing
Effective date: January 28, 2021 Expiration date: December 31, 2021.
The term of this contract is for one year, or as negotiated. There will be an option for renewal, or as negotiated.
Friendship seeks a regulated medical waste collection and disposal vendor to:
- Provide boxes, medical waste bags and materials to dispose rapid antigen testing
- A monthly schedule for pickup of medical waste specimens
- To comply with all local and federal regulations with pick up and discarding medical waste
- Include a commitment to work with Friendship Public Charter School to deliver consistent, comprehensive solutions, providing high quality, cost effectiveness, and a reduction of risk of infectious disease of medical waste.