13,000 locations in the country, as well as a major auto parts chain.
The combined value of the initial orders is approximately $250,000 with
shipment expected to be completed in the quarter ending June 30, 2008.
The Company believes that re-order of the Biohazard Spill Clean-Up Kits
for the national fast food chain could generate over $500,000 in annual
Sharps' Biohazard Spill Clean-Up Kit and Disposal System is a leading
solution for easily and safely removing and disposing of blood and other
bodily fluids. The spill-kits are currently sold through multiple
channels including a major distributor to the hospitality market.
Update on California Senate Bill 1305 and Other Municipal Programs
California Senate Bill 1305 requires the proper disposal of
home-generated sharps waste (syringes, needles, lancets, etc.) beginning
September 1, 2008, and acknowledges mail-back programs as one of the
most convenient alternatives for the collection and destruction of
home-generated sharps. The law is designed to protect the general
public and workers from potential exposure to contagious diseases as
well as health and safety risks when improperly disposed biohazard waste
enters the public waste stream.
The Company's Sharps Disposal By Mail System(R) has been implemented as
an integral part of the municipal waste programs of nineteen (19) cities
and municipalities, sixteen (16) of which are in California, with eight
(8) more municipal programs expected to be rolled out by June 30, 2008,
and several others in the discussion and planning stages. Patients in
participating municipalities receive a Sharps Disposal By Mail System(R)
at local participating pharmacies by showing proof of residency.
In additional to the mun
|SOURCE Sharps Compliance Corp.|
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