Home-Generated Sharps Consolidation Point Application Form
If pick-up from the consolidation point is to be less frequent than once every seven (7) days, this document will serve as a request that the Department approve less frequent service by the transporter. Department approval of this application is your authorization for extended storage.
For more information, the Medical Waste Management Act (California Health and Safety Code, Section 117600, et seq.) states the operational requirements for Home-Generated Sharps Consolidation Points in Sections 117904 and 118147.
If you are a registered medical waste generator, the Medical Waste Management Act, Section 118147, provides a mechanism for your facility to accept home-generated sharps.