In 1992, Forrest General Hospital received the first Remedy One Rotoclave Systems built by Tempico. As Forrest General grew, a second Rotoclave System was purchased in 2001, giving the hospital the ability to process commercially. The Rotoclave Systems were installed in a facility in north Hattiesburg, and CleanEarth, a company providing medical waste pickup and disposal, was formed.
Cleanearth was designed to service the surrounding communities of Hattiesburg. In 2002, the company was permitted by the state to process commercially. Cleanearths radius includes Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and the following area in the panhandle of Florida: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison and Taylor
Cleanearth has thrived on customer service, availability and low cost, and operates under the guidelines of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
CleanEarth has an open door policy to all customers, existing and potential, to visit the facility and see how medical waste is being handled.