Stericycle is a global services company. We provide highly specialized solutions serving healthcare organizations and commercial businesses of every size and shape. For more than 30 years, we have grown from a small start-up in medical waste management into a leader across a range of increasingly complex and highly regulated arenas, such as: • Brand protection solutions • Environmental & sustainable solutions • Patient & customer communication solutions • Regulated waste management & compliance solutions • Secure information destruction From the start we have challenged the status quo of what a business solution can be. By identifying unmet needs, we have redefined and transformed multiple industries from a narrowly defined service category to a robust suite of solutions that customers need and want. Our success with this strategy has named Stericycle to Forbes’ Most Innovative Companies in recent years, as well as Forbes’ list of America’s best employers in 2017. A publicly-traded company, our core purpose is to help customers fulfill their promise by providing solutions that protect people and brands, promote health and safeguard the environment. We offer: • Regulated Medical Waste Disposal • Industrial & Retail Hazardous Waste Management • Pharmaceutical Returns & Disposal • OSHA & HIPAA Compliance Training • Product Returns, Recalls & Retrieval Services • Live Voice and Automated Communication Services • Sharps Management Service • Sustainability Solutions for Underperforming Assets • Emergency Response for Spills & Hazardous Waste Contaminations • MailBack Kits for Specialty Wastes • Document and Hard Drive Destruction With more than 19,500 employees globally, Stericycle now conducts business out of more than 600 locations in 19 countries.
Stericycle is the largest medical waste management service provider in North America, eclipsing all other competitors in size and scope of its operations. While Stericycle has one publicly traded competitor about 1/60 its size, Sharps Compliance, the industry is dominated by privately owned local companies. Through over 500 acquisitions, Stericycle has been a driving force in the consolidation of the medical waste management industry. Its customers range from physician offices to large hospitals, which cover over 1 million locations. In addition to handling regulated medical waste, Stericycle offers document destruction and call center services. In 2019, Stericycle generated $3.3 billion in revenue of which 80% was generated in the U.S.