Stainless Steel Sanitary Bin
£124.88 + VAT
Stainless Steel Sanitary Disposal Units For Commercial Washrooms
Stainless Steel Sanitary Bin. This brushed stainless steel waste bin is manufactured in the UK using the highest quality grade 304 stainless steel that gives the bin a smooth and durable design.
With its slimline as well as compact shape, this sanitary bin has very little depth to fit into any size of commercial bathroom.
Stainless Steel Sanitary Bin Unit
Using a specialized modesty chute lid, the waste contents of the feminine hygiene bin are also hidden from other users. This also ensures disposing of the waste is a simple and straight forward process for the user.
This commercial sanitary bin can also be wall mounted or left free standing according to your requirements and washroom layout.
With its quality brushed stainless finish, the receptacle fits into the most luxurious of commercial washrooms. Ensure that no aspect of your business lets your reputation down to potential customers as well as existing clients.
- Height – 60 cm
- Width – 35.2 cm
- Depth – 16.7 cm
- Weight – 6 kg
- Capacity 30 Litre
As set out by the Environmental Act, it is a legal requirement to provide staff with a hygienic place to dispose of sanitary waste in workplace bathrooms. It is also vital in maintaining a clean and pleasant bathroom for everybody.
Neutrabin Bin Sanitiser & Liners
Taking care of your waste bin is essential for the control of bacteria. We supply industry leading hygiene service products such as Neutrabin sanitary waste disposal sanitiser. For a complete service use our Bio Master Sanicare bin liners.
Rentex Sanicare sanitary unit liners incorporate biomaster antimicrobial technology added during the film extrusion process. Biomaster inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria including E. coli and Legionella. It also reduces malodours because microbes can’t grow in contact with the liners.
Sanitary waste disposal legislation
What is sanitary waste and how are you supposed to dispose of it in the workplace? We’re here to help you make sense of the law.
Sanitary disposal is also governed by the following legislation:
Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulation 1992, Regulation 21
Water Industries Act 1991
Duty of Care Regulations 1991
According to this legislation, offensive waste is waste that contains bodily fluids such as secretions or excretions but is not classed as clinical waste. The regulations also state that this type of waste should be carefully handled to avoid harm, but it does not need to be treated in the same way as clinical or hazardous materials.
Due to the current economic demand for materials some of our items have a lead time of upto 2 weeks to manufacture.