By: Steve Broughton5 min read
Clinical waste, also known as biomedical waste, requires the utmost care and attention when it comes to its collection, removal and disposal due to the potential for it to contain infectious material.
This type of waste is particularly common in medical environments, and as such it needs specialist attention to avoid any contamination or hygiene issues which could result in illness for those who come into contact with the affected areas or waste itself.
Clinical waste is not limited to liquids – sharp objects such as needles, scalpels and other such articles that can cause damage to skin also need to be carefully removed and disposed of.
The SafeGroup can collect:
Whether your situation is an emergency that requires immediate attention or not, you will benefit from our quick, friendly and professional service.
The SafeGroup follows best practice and compliance when it comes to handling your clinical waste. In addition to providing an excellent service, from start to finish we also aim to ensure that your waste is collected and disposed of as cost effectively as possible.
At SafeGroup we have highly skilled staff who are specially trained in Clinical & Medical Waste Collection. We offer this service across the United Kingdom.
For more information about our clinical waste removal service, get in touch with us today and we’ll be happy to help.
We use specialist vehicles and packaging, trained drivers and of course licensed disposal sites to ensure that medical grade waste is incinerated and dealt with in accordance with the Duty of Care Regulations.
As one of the smaller medical waste collection companies, our ambition is to offer best service in class at highly competitive rates allowing your business to comply with legislation whilst saving money against other waste collection companies’ charges.
The UK generates hundreds of thousands of tonnes of medical waste each year, such waste requires a reliable, trusted collection service. The SafeGroup can provide all the required consignments paperwork for your records, our commitment to Duty of Care and the environment is paramount.
The operatives at the SafeGroup are comprehensively trained in the removal and disposal of medical waste, which is why our medical waste removal service is the perfect choice for those who need quality, cost effective solutions to their waste issues.
For more information about our medical waste removal services, whether you have a query or you’d like to arrange a visit, speak to one of our friendly team at our national call centre today. We’re available for contact around the clock, and we’ll be more than happy to help.
If it's an emergency service you require, please contact us on 0800 668 1268 so that we can react as quickly as possible. For planned services you can contact us via the phone, our live chat facility or by completing the online form.
In order to provide you with an estimate or quote, we will need to gather information from you first. We sometimes request pictures which can be emailed through to our team. In some instances, we may conduct a site visit and survey, this can be arranged at a time that's convenient for you.
We provide you with a formal estimate or quote for the scope of works required. Once signed and confirmed, the job is scheduled and our operational team is fully briefed, ready to go!
Our team arrives on site to carry out the scope of work. Relevant paperwork (and sometimes certificates) are provided for your records. This is to confirm the job has been completed to the highest standard.
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