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PRESS RELEASE: WS Provides COVID-19 Vaccination Event at the Greenbelt Metro in Greenbelt, MD

John Nicklin Aug 04 2016 1 min read

WasteStrategies Again Selected to Provide Collection Containers & Removal/Disposal of Regulated Medical Waste at Another Walk-Through Community Vaccination Center (CVC). This Time at the Greenbelt Metro in Greenbelt, MD.

Annapolis, MD – April 2, 2021. FEMA has again selected Maryland based waste management and disposal company WasteStrategies to support large scale COVID-19 vaccination efforts. WasteStrategies will provide medical waste collection and biohazard waste removal/disposal at a walk-through Community Vaccination Center (CVC) at the Greenbelt Metro in Greenbelt, MD., beginning April 6, 2021 and lasting fifty-six (56) days.

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PRESS RELEASE: WS Provides COVID-19 Vaccination Event at Military Circle Mall in Norfolk, VA

John Nicklin Aug 04 2016 1 min read

WasteStrategies to Provide Collection Containers & Removal/Disposal of Regulated Medical Waste at the Type II COVID-19 fixed walk-through Community Vaccination Center (CVC) at the Military Circle Mall in Norfolk, VA.

Norfolk, VA – March 29, 2021. Maryland based WasteStrategies was again tapped by FEMA to provide medical waste containers for the safe collection of needles and other biohazard waste produced by the walk-through Community Vaccination Center (CVC) at the Military Circle Mall in Norfolk, VA beginning March 29, 2021 and lasting fifty-six (56) days.

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PRESS RELEASE: WS Provides COVID-19 Vaccination Event at Dover Speedway

John Nicklin Aug 04 2016 1 min read

WasteStrategies to Provide Collection Containers & Removal/Disposal of Regulated Medical Waste from Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccination Event at Dover Speedway

Dover, DE – February 19, 2021. Maryland based WasteStrategies was tapped by FEMA to provide medical waste containers for the safe collection of needles and other biohazard waste produced by the Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccination Event at Dover Speedway February 20-25, 2021.

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