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Haverhill City Medical Waste Services

At Haverhill Medical Waste Disposal Services in Massachusetts, we guarantee savings of at least 30% off your current medical waste provider. We have no long term contracts and no hidden fees or surcharges ever. Our pricing model is both transparent and honest, and we provide you with the highest quality along with the best price. Our pickup and removal services are prompt and flexible, designed to meet your schedule. We offer on call or set scheduled biohazardous waste pickups your your convenience.

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Mass Medical Waste Services is consistently in full compliance with all MA and city, state and federal biohazardous waste disposal regulations. Our trained staff can assist your employees in staying safe and in compliance with all MA regulations. In addition, our customer service experience is second to none. Our staff, drivers and customer care representatives are always available to answer all of your medical waste disposal questions. Call us now at 617-336-1300.

Information About Haverhill Massachusetts

The city of Haverhill is a city of Essex County in Massachusetts, and has a current population of approximately 62,000. Haverhill began as a farming community of Puritans and is located on the Merrimack river. Haverhill had played a major role in nearly every era of American history, starting from the initial colonial settlement, to the French and Indian Wars, finally the American Revolutionary and Civil wars. Haverhill residents were very early advocates for the abolition of slavery, and the city still retains a number of houses which served as stops on the Underground Railroad as historic locations. Recently, there has been a total of $150 million in private and public investment in the downtown old factory district area resulting in new dining and entertainment hot spots.

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