DaRob is Proud to Offer Reusable Sharps Containers That Help Save on Containers, Storage, Disposal & Labor

Our reusable program provides a safe, economical alternative to disposable sharps containers.

  • Saves on containers, storage, disposal costs and labor
  • Reduces needle stick incidents
  • Eliminates plastic disposable sharps containers from your waste stream

With disposable sharps containers, you are actually buying medical waste, and paying again to throw it away… That’s why more and more facilities are changing to safe, cost effective reusable’s every day.

Darob Incorporated | Medical Waste Services in Louisville, Kentucky

A Safe Solution that also Saves Money

Years ago, single use containers were the only solution for sharps waste. Today, a new generation of computer controlled sanitizing and disinfecting equipment allows for the safe, sanitary and economical reuse of sharps containers, while avoiding human contact. With reusable’s , you don’t have to purchase, inventory, assemble, distribute, collect, handle, store and ultimately pay to dispose of your sharps containers, resulting in substantial cost savings.

Why a Reusable Container is Better than a New One

Because our containers will be used more than once, they are made with added plastic, resulting in greater puncture resistance. By eliminating the purchase and disposal of the container, millions of pounds of plastic will never reach our landfills making reusable’s more economically desirable as well as cost effective.

Reduce the risk of needle sticks

Our reusable system is designed to prevent sharps containers from overfilling, eliminating the leading cause of needle sticks. With containers that are 4 times thicker than most disposables, the risk of puncture failure is minimized, and there is less handling, since the container goes directly onto the transport cage.

Hundreds of thousands are already in use

Reusable sharps containers are a rapidly growing concept in medical waste management. This trend started in the N.Y. metropolitan area, where currently over 90% of the hospitals enjoy reusable containers.