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Choice MedWaste honored for supporting drug take back days at Middletown Police Department

Amanda Parrish
Middletown Transcript

Choice MedWaste was honored Nov. 10 for its commitment to drug abuse prevention in Middletown by helping with used needle disposal during the Drug Enforcement Administration Rx Take Back Days. Southern New Castle County Communities Coalition (SN4C) members presented the award at the Middletown Police Department.

MedWaste is a family-owned medical waste disposal company. Matt Georgov and his father Bruce Georgov started this business in 2015 with the goal of supporting local healthcare communities with safe, trustworthy and cost-efficient medical waste disposal services. 

SN4C members honor Choice MedWaste Nov. 10 for supporting DEA Rx Take Days at Middletown Police Department. Pictured from left: Chief Rob Kracyla, Matt Georgov from Choice MedWaste, Edna Cale, Pam Nichols, SSG Chris Miller, M/Sgt. Scott Saunders.

The company helps at Take Back Day — where police collect unused, unwanted and expired medication —  twice a year at the police department by safely disposing of hundreds of pounds of used needles.

While supporting local healthcare groups, their team has grown to service schools, rehabilitation centers, manufacturing plants and local police departments.

The company also helps with clean up companies to assist in disposing of biohazard waste collected from crime scenes, public cleanups or other circumstances involving infectious substances. 

Choice MedWaste was honored Nov. 10 for its commitment to drug addiction prevention and support of the community used needle disposal in Middletown.

For more information on the company and services visit: www.choicemedwaste.com