Clients who switch from Stericycle save an average of 43% and as much as 95%.

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Customized solutions for every industry, waste type, and practice

Stericycle only offers traditional medical waste solutions such as hauling.

OnSite focuses on technology-driven solutions that improve the lives and practices of healthcare providers. From a desktop sterilization system to more flexible pickup services, OnSite simplifies waste workflows and drives down costs for clients. 

Mail-Back Program


Save time and simplify your  medical waste workflow with a mail-back program

Our simplest offering with the most flexibility. Automatically receive medical waste containers in the mail along with return labels and compliant shipping boxes. Simply send back your containers when they are full.

Desktop Sterilization

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Take control of your medical waste program with desktop sterilization technology

The TE-5000 is a desktop device engineered to treat medical waste in-practice. With a focus on simplicity, practices can treat their own medical waste with the push of a button. Fully compliant and more cost-effective.

Pickup Services


Choose a pickup service option that best fits your unique needs

Putting you in control of how your medical waste is managed. With options to fit any practice and industry-leading service, OnSite offers transparent pricing models and flexible service agreements.


As a multi-billion dollar originator of the medical waste service industry, Stericycle’s model and service offerings have remained relatively unchanged. By simply buying out local service providers, they have stamped out most of its competition and therefore, its need to continue innovating and providing better service to its clients.


OnSite was founded by a group of leaders in the regulated medical waste industry with the simple mission of improving the lives and practices of healthcare providers. We design medical waste solutions on the mantra of innovation, simplicity, and transparency. From our desktop sterilization technology to our cost-conscious pickup services, everything is designed with healthcare providers at the center.


A suite of customizable solutions and technology designed to simplify workflows and reduce costs.

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Founded in 2019

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Driven by innovative technology

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Flexible service options

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Industry-leading 99% on-time


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Transparent contracts with no

hidden fees

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Among the highest service

scores in the industry

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63 Net Promoter Score

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Customized solutions for any

size practice

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Waste reduction program

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Industry-first medical waste

data software


The largest provider of regulated medical waste disposal and treatment in the US.

Founded in 1989

Largest market share in the industry

Primarily focused in the hospital space

International service capabilities

Call center customer service

Largest selling force in the industry

Among lowest satisfaction scores

in the industry

Multi-division organization

Relies on decades-old services

Among the top incineration plant owners

Aggressive price increases

Multiple price-gouging affiliated lawsuits

Case Study

A 7-location health center in Virginia was managing its medical waste at the local level. Each location had it's own contract with Stericycle or another hauling service. OnSite implemented a customized solution for each location which included its desktop sterilization technology as well as waste segregation training and volume reduction practices. 

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Corporate Savings

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We keep it simple, transparent, and flexible. 


“Our facilities have been able to reduce the frequency and volume of their biowaste pickups by over 75%. The decision to move to OnSite has served our team well and I encourage any of my healthcare peers to explore making the transition to their services."

George Holler
National Director of Plant Operations