Professional sharps disposal service, safely carried out by biohazardous waste specialists, across the UK, 24/7.
Working alongside local authorities and following strict Health & Safety regulations, we’re experienced in handling, removing and disposing of hypodermic needles, syringes, scalpels, blades and broken glass, to prevent infection from the contamination of blood or bodily fluids.
By removing sharps and disinfecting surrounding areas, we are able to reduce the risk of exposing staff, patients and the general public to dangerous bacteria, viruses and fungi.
We provide sharps removal and disposal services to the healthcare sector, pharmaceutical companies, veterinary practises, dental clinics and tattoo parlours and collect any other waste associated with self-medication, drug users and also tattoo parlours.
The safe & fast sharps
Sharps can be infected with blood-borne diseases that can cause HIV and Hepatitis, so it’s important that they are removed by professional technicians. Our disposal service includes:
- Safe removal of disposal of all sharps
- 100% biohazard and pathogen removal
- Remediation work
- Site risk assessment
- Free, no-obligation quote
- Fast response
Working for multi-national, national and independent companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations, our experience spans agencies, commercial, emergency services, education, factories, food, film and TV, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, leisure, local authorities, manufacturing, property & retail.
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Frequently asked questions
What diseases can I contract from a sharps injury?
Sharps injury can cause serious infections such as HIV, Hepatitis B and C, Tetanus and other life-threatening diseases.
Can I dispose of sharps myself?
No. Due to the risk of diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis, sharps disposal needs to be carried out by a professional team. Specialist sharps boxes also need to be used as throwing needles into the general waste could cause injury or disease to someone else handling the waste.
What are sharps?
Sharps is the umbrella term for any material that is used to puncture or cut the skin in medical, household, industrial and research settings. This includes needles (from syringes), glass pipettes, broken glass and scalpel blades.