History & Vision of Gateway Medical

For years, medical providers have been offered only a few national disposal services with less than average service and higher costs. In August of 2011, Gateway Medical Disposal, Inc. was born to provide a world class medical waste disposal service to its local medical providers. The company was founded by Joe Schieszer in St. Louis, Missouri.

Shortly after opening, medical providers outside of the metro St. Louis market were demanding reasonable pricing and exceptional customer service. This prompted Gateway Medical Disposal to begin expanding its service to Illinois. Every medical office is conscious of their budget and seeking ways to cut costs to provide higher quality services to the end user, and Gateway Medical Disposal's mission is to cut cost and provide exceptional service. We look forward to serving all of our potential clients and making their regulated medical waste management concerns, OUR concerns.

Why Gateway?

Gateway Medical Disposal wants to make your regulated medical waste management concerns, OUR concerns. We are locally owned and operated with over 50 years of experience.

Easy & Convenient

Unlike our competitors services, your only responsibility is filling our containers, that's it. Our driver will prepare the container for transport and provide a new container ready to fill. No need to worry with ordering supplies or contamination from hazardous waste. Need us to dispose of your non- hazardous waste? No problem. Although a separate box for non- hazardous waste is required, we are happy to transport during our scheduled pick up time.

Better Prices,
Better Service

At Gateway Medical Disposal, we offer our services at prices far below that of our competitors. We believe these savings along with our higher level of service makes us the best choice for your medical waste needs.

Licensed &

Gateway Medical Disposal is fully licensed and insured. We follow HIPAA, EPA, DNR, Joint Commision and OSHA regulations as well as our own policies regarding safe and secure waste disposal practices.