The Easy Way to Recycle Those Old X-Rays

Like most areas of imaging, X-rays have gone digital, but there are still large quantities of old, silver-based X-ray film filling up storage space in hospitals and radiology centers all over the country. Do you manage such a practice? Just as vinyl records still have their fans, silver-based films remain in use in some parts of the imaging industry. So if you’re a Tr-State area business – whether it be a hospital, a radiology clinic or any other health service that uses X-ray imaging, then you could be sitting on a pile of X-rays or other types of silver-based film that could be recycled. As the trusted name in x-ray recycling for PA and the entire area, we’ve put together a simple guide for businesses that explains how you can easily clean up on your X-ray film and recycle it.

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Professional X-ray Recycling

Contact the experts at Resource Data Management or fill out our online form. One of our X-ray film recycling specialists will obtain the details of your film recycling requirements and the volumes involved. We will arrange the pickup of your film.

Why Recycle

X-ray recycling is simply the right thing to do for not only for the environment, but for your patients as well. The main component of an x-ray film is PET plastic, and it is coated with silver, a rare earth mineral and the precious metal we are all familiar with. So, throwing away an x-ray means you are putting PET plastic and silver in the trash, which ultimately goes to a landfill.

Why Recycle with RDM

At RDM we are HIPAA compliant and can recycle all kinds of x-ray film such as medical, veterinary films, expired or scrap x-ray film, all kinds of developed, discarded films, outdated, old, exposed or even new, un-exposed x-ray film.

With X-ray recycling we offer terminal systems and recirculating silver recovery with state-of-the-art equipment and unique systems to assist our customers in achieving environmental compliance.

Simply contact the professionals here at Resource Data Management and we can tell you all about the X-ray recycling process, how it works and how you can get started recycling your X-rays.

Are you ready to learn more about X-ray recycling as well as the many other services we provide? If so, give us a call here at Resource Data Management at (215) 953-5175 or contact us online for a free analysis! We can answer any questions you have about X-ray recycling for your PA area office.

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