Doctor and Office Equipment Removal

Doctor and Office Equipment Removal, Disposal & Recycling

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We understand the importance of maintaining proper medical and office equipment in the healthcare industry. It’s crucial to stay current with technological developments if you want to give patients high-quality care.

However, updating outdated technology can be difficult and time-consuming, which is why our staff is available to assist. We offer dependable removal services for your worn-out medical and office equipment, ensuring that it is responsibly disposed of or repurposed. Our experts will recycle as many elements of your tools as possible, including metals, plastics, and special materials, to encourage sustainability and reduce waste. We aim to relieve the stress of removing that old equipment so you can focus on the care you deliver to your patients.


Medical and office equipment can contain a variety of materials that can be recycled. Here are some items that can be recycled from old medical and office equipment:

Medical Equipment Removal, Disposal & Recycling in Kansas City

  • Metal parts: Many medical and office equipment contain metal parts such as steel, aluminum, or copper. These can often be recycled as scrap metal.
  • Plastic components: Medical and office equipment often contain plastic components such as casings, handles, or buttons. These can often be recycled, but it depends on the type of plastic and the recycling program in your area.
  • Glass: Some medical equipment, such as thermometers or lab equipment, may contain glass components that can be recycled.
  • Batteries: Many types of medical and office equipment contain batteries. These should be recycled at a battery recycling center or drop-off location.
  • Ink and toner cartridges: Office equipment such as printers, copiers, and fax machines often use ink and toner cartridges that can be recycled. Many office supply stores offer ink and toner cartridge recycling programs.
  • Circuit boards and electronics: Medical and office equipment may contain electronic components such as circuit boards, wires, or sensors. These should be recycled at an electronics recycling center to prevent harmful materials from being released into the environment.

Don’t allow the hassle of getting rid of previous medical and office devices to prevent you from upgrading to the most current modern technologies. Rely on David’s Hauling for expert removal and recycling services that keep the environment in mind when disposing of your unwanted equipment.