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Certificate of Disinfection


Certificate of Disinfection


I certify that the material being shipped to mailyoursharps.com is neither infectious nor does it contain any organisms known to be a threat to human health, including Mycobacterium (the tuberculosis bacterium), the hepatitis B or the HIV-1 (AIDS) virus.

This certification is based upon my knowledge of the material and:

The waste was never exposed to infections materials. 
The following method of disinfection was employed 
Chemical Sterilization*



If mailyoursharps.com should discover by observation, culture, or otherwise any of the above to be incorrect, then they may return the waste to me, at my expense.

Facility Name:
Authorized Signature:
Print Name and Title:




Alcide Corp. Alcide ABQ 4: I: I-Base
Alcide Exspor 4: I: I-Base
Calgon Vestal Labs Calgon-San
Carroll Co. Ocide 200 Cleaner Disinfectant
Huntington Labs Inc. Phenocide 128
Phenocide 256
Hysan Corp. C-Spra Disinfectant Deodorant Detergent
National Labs Amphyl
Amphyl Disinfectant Deodorant Detergent
Preserve International Advantage 256 Cleaner Disinfectant Deoderant
Pharmacal Research Labs Inc. Clidox-S Base
Spartan Chemical Co. PD-64 Phenolic Base Cleaner & Disinfectant
Wave Energy Systems Wavicide-01
West Chemical Products Inc. Tamed Iodine Wesodyne G
Wexford Gas Inc. Super Wex-Cel Concentrated Germicidal Detergent
Wyeth-Ayerst Labs Sonacide
Zep Manufacturing Zep Formula 3387


The Department of Labor (DOL) has acknowledged, and in agreement with the recommendations of the U.S. Public Health Service Centers for Disease Control, that a solution of 5.25% sodium hypochlorite diluted between 1:10 and 1:100 with water are effective for disinfection of items. Therefore, one DOL acceptable method of sterilizing possibly contaminated platinum catheter tips is to soak them in the appropriate concentration of household bleach solution.