Surefire Way To Dispose Of Homebrew Equipment and Gear Items

Kai Palikiko           Aug.  24, 2020

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This is probably one of the most important things I do on a monthly basis, and back in the day, it used to be a lot more of a pain in the ass because I just didn't have a routine, I didn't have repertoire.

But I want to talk to you about where I dispose my meds stuff, like my syringes, my pins, and also pretty much any of my home brewing materials.

What's going on brother? My name is Kai and if you have any questions for me by the way, the best way to reach me is my email. Now the link to my email is in the description. You click on that link, it takes you to a site, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it is going to go directly to my proton mail.

I use a lot, when I say a lot, I pretty much use up a lot of say pins, alcohol prep pads, a lot of my homebrew stuff as well. There's a lot of pretty much waste. I want to make sure I'm getting rid of them properly, because it's not just about my personal gains, I can't be that greedy of a person. I got to make sure I'm doing everything right in terms of, I don't know, not being a human garbage and just start throwing stuff out in a not appropriate way.

 I got to make sure I'm doing everything right as well, not just on my end, but also just to make sure that everything is done properly. So when it comes to my med waste stuff, one of the best ways to obviously dispose of it is to go to my local hospital, that's where I go because they do have a medical waste section to where I just give them my pin box.

I could just put it in a box, but back in the day because I didn't know any of this stuff, I didn't know that could just grab any bin or any box out there to where it's just almost made out of plastic and I can give it to them on a monthly basis. Before I used to go there on a weekly basis man. Do you know how much of a pain that was having to dispose all of my stuff on a week to week basis?

I just thought they would only take my sharp bin, because sharp bins, they're not that big, the sharpness that I had, very small and the biggest one I could find on Amazon, it's like, you know, it still wouldn't last, maybe I'd be able to put it over a week and a half, two weeks the most, nothing too big of a bin to where I could actually make it a little bit more convenient for me, make it a bit more realistic.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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So I used to go every single week. The guys over there knew exactly, you know, what I was doing, and they would see me all the time, we would be first name basis.

And the pain gas about that too, is the fact that I would have to go out of my way as well, right? Because I have a lot of stuff to do, I'm sure you do as well, that I want to make sure that I try to get this done out of the way with. No matter how inconvenient it was though, I wanted to make sure I do it right.

One thing that one of the guys over there was telling me, he's like, dude, you don't need to use your sharp bin. I was like, why? What do you mean? I thought this is the proper way to do. He's like there's no difference between a sharp bin and say a plastic bucket with a cover on it. So he gave me the suggestion, just one of the workers over there, one of the men workers, it was awesome. 

He was like, dude, just go to Home Depot, grab one of those big orange tubs to where it would last you for more than a month to where you could, you know, just come over here once a month. And man that saved me so much time of having to go on a week to week basis to where I can now grab that really big bucket from Home Depot or Lowe's, whichever, because I think they both have it. 

I go there with the plastic lid over it, that thing is freaking huge, it's awesome to where it can hold all of my med waste stuff, right? My vials, my prep pads, whatever, anything, my syringes, any of the stuff that I wanted to dispose properly, I can fit it all in there. So now instead of going there on a week to week basis, I just grabbed my big orange tub and I label it properly as well.

Put med waste on it just to make sure that, not just for me that I know of, even though I'm gonna literally hand it to the med waste section, I want to make sure that they know as well. So I open that sucker up. And I slowly just fill it out throughout the month, putting all my prep pads, my paper towels that has a little bit of leakage on it when I pin, stuff like that, my use gauges, pins, drawing needle, stuff like that. I just slowly put it in there, just little by little at a time, month to month at a time. 

So by the time I fill it up, I close the lid, I make sure I tape it down properly to the side as well. And they're not asking me to do that. Honestly, I feel like that's, you know, being overly prepared. But again, I want to be as safe about it as possible, and at the same time again, I don't want to be that human garbage waste guy who just tosses that stuff outside. Because when I first started all this, I didn't know, right? 

The only reason why I even knew at the time was because I did have a lot of friends that are nurses, friends that are doctors, and I pretty much just asked them, like how do I do this? And my biggest scare too was the fact that I thought when I would dump this out, that they would ask me questions, like what are you using this, you know, syringe for? Nobody cares. Nobody's gonna ask at all.

There's just a guy outside, sometimes there isn't, sometimes the bin is just out there for me to throw it away. So yeah, I just thought somebody's gonna be out there questioning me, what all the supplies are for, what are you using them for. No, nobody does that. The only thing they truly care about is just to make sure that I'm properly disposing of my wastes. And that's the best way to do it.

That's the best way I do it at least when it comes to grabbing those really big orange buckets, open it up, put all my waste in there, vials, all that stuff, close it up, tape it up and I would just dump it off over there. And it's so much more convenient now that I don't have to go on a week to week basis. Anyways, email right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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