Efficient, safe, specialist, compliant
Sharps bins with a yellow lid are designed for waste that contains medical residue such as medically contaminated needles, syringes or bodies (including ones that are fully discharged).
The correct and proper management of waste is vital – this includes segregation and storage as well was disposal. This reduces both the potential risk to humans and the environment and is a legal obligation too.
Our solutions are practical, safely dispose of all sharps including hypodermic syringes, scalpels and all medical sharps.
Compliant and secure the highly visible yellow units are constructed from durable and hard-wearing polypropylene, are puncture, impact, fluid and solvent resistant and approved to UN3291. The lids are fully lockable and tamper resistant.
The yellow lids are for the disposal of sharps including those contaminated with medicinal products and their residues, including the consignment of waste categorised by the following EWC codes: 18 01 01 / 18 01 03 / 18 01 09 / 18 02 01 / 18 02 02 / 18 02 08.View spec sheet
- Constructed from durable and hard-wearing polypropylene.
- Puncture, impact, fluid and solvent resistant and approved.
- Fully lockable and tamper resistant.
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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) wasteRead this case study