The Environmental Protection Division issues the collection and transfer station permits for biomedical waste under the Solid Waste Management Division. Biotran, Inc. are issued as follows:
- PBR 107 – 21 COL
- PBR 107 – 21 TS
Biotran, Inc. exceeded the correct level of medical waste haulers insurance to ensure our clients that their trust is appreciated, so we take the extra step.
- Mattei Insurance
- $2 million Aggregate General Liability
- $1 million automobile policy
In order to conduct business as a motor carrier, Biotran, Inc. obtained USDOT#1856166 and MC#671867 from the Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration(FMCSA). Adhering to the strict insurance requirements, the Department of Revenue granted MC#671867 the authority to conduct interstate/intrastate commerce.
At the Inception of Biotran, Inc., a Development of Regional Impact #1944 was conducted by the Northeast Georgia Regional Development Center to determine that “ the development is in the best interest of the Region and there the State”.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA leads a mission to make sure that the working conditions for workers across the country are of quality standards based on safety and health. Company management commitment and employee participation to OSHA Standards is important in ensuring and keeping workplace safety and health standards and programs. Recipients of the OSHA services include: occupational safety and health professionals, the academic community, lawyers, journalists, and personnel of other government entities.
OSHA Compliance is a major priority at BioTran, Inc. To be able to pass workplace inspections, our company provides various services and products to help clients with the disposal of home, clinical, dental, hospital and other medical wastes.
HAZMAT requires that the fiberboard boxes, L18” X W18” X H22”, are tested according to DOT specifications in order to transport regulated medical waste. Drivers for Biotran, Inc. transporting medical waste are trained every three years as required by the FMCSA and USDOT.