Stay compliant and keep costs down
Correct segregation of waste is essential to ensure that infectious waste does not become contaminated with other materials. Our infectious waste bags are brightly coloured and clearly labelled, to aid the correct segregation and disposal of your clinical waste.
Failure to effectively segregate clinical waste means that the entire volume of waste is treated as infectious, and therefore, must be disposed of at a suitably licensed treatment facility, which results in greater disposal costs for your practice.
The orange bags are intended for heavy duty clinical waste which requires a heat treatment prior to incineration and disposal, unlike yellow bag waste, which just needs to be incinerated. As well as the vibrant yellow and orange colours, the waste bags are clearly marked with this disposal information to ensure your staff can segregate the clinical waste further.
- Robust & high quality clinical bags.
- Clearly labelled bags to ensure correct waste disposal.
- Expert waste advice at hand.
- Waste is stored in clearly labelled bags, specifically designed for clinical waste.
- Ensures that you and your practice complies with current waste regulations.
- Excellent quality products supplied by phs, waste experts and registered waste carrier.
Non infectious waste bags
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Anatomical Waste Containers
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Cytotoxic Waste Containers
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Marston's case study
Marston's case study
At Marston's, we understand the importance of managing our waste responsibly. We are always looking for ways to reduce waste, improve recycling and divert waste from landfill. But there was one waste stream that we did not yet have a solution for and that was our absorbent hygiene product (AHP) waste.Read this case study