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Clinical Waste Removal Pouches
Clinical waste removal services cover Leeds, Wakefield, Doncaster and Sheffield including Harrogate and York, our infection control services in Yorkshire is designed to ensure the safe, legal and ethical disposal of your clinical waste from local authority or private residential and care homes.
Our friendly professional services representative will call to remove waste in a discreet and professional manner within the Yorkshire area.
Clinical Waste Removal
Clinical waste removal by uniformed operatives.
On your scheduled waste removal and collection day they will remove your clinical waste bags from site under licence to comply with current European legislation for safe disposal and ensuring that our customers don’t contravene their Duty of Care under the Health and Safety Regulations.
For larger volume customers such as nursing homes we can also provide outside trade size 660 litre waste collection bins as part of the clinical waste removal service which would be subject to contract.
All our services are for business users only within the Yorkshire areas of Leeds, Wakefield, Bradford, Skipton, Huddersfield and Halifax. We also have collection services in Sheffield, Doncaster, Harrogate and York.
We mainly supply and service local authority residential and care homes with our clinical waste removal and disposal services in Yorkshire including private childcare facilities with a fully compliant offensive waste removal and management service.
We also provide an emergency call out service for the collection and disposal of offensive waste and controlled waste when required especially when unforeseen circumstances should arise please do not hesitate to contact our sales team for information.
All our commercial waste is managed in the appropriate legal manor and due to the nature of the internal contents all our yellow offensive waste pouches and bags must be sealed or tied using plastic tie wraps to avoid further health risks to staff and service operatives.
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