Sanitary Towel Bin

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    To make things easy for you, we provide three kinds of sanitary bins. These include tight lids, chutes, and pedals. Tight lids and a chute ensure the waste is not overflowed and prevent the user from seeing the contents of the bin. A sanitary bin with a pedal ensures no contact with the bin at all, thus preventing any transfer of infection. Items like pads, nappies, tissues, and menstrual products; that are not recyclable would go in black-coloured bins.

    The bins provided by us have a wide variety in terms of colours and designs. TCW offers multiple sizes of sanitary towel bins, including mini sanitary bags. The bins provided by us have an antimicrobial coating so that harmful bacteria’s growth is checked. A sanitary pad bin is specially meant for collecting menstrual and incontinence pads, while waste such as nappies, wipes, kitchen rolls, tissues, etc. can be collected in the black bins.

    It essentially depends on how you use sanitary towels. If we want sanitary towels to last longer, then we have to take extra care of our towels. On average, towels would last anywhere between 2 and 4 years. Washing the pads in cold water and using a mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, as these can damage the fabric and reduce the absorbency of the pads. It is also recommended to air dry the pads rather than using a tumble dryer.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    No, sanitary pads would not go in the recycle bins since they contain germs and bacteria that can be infectious to the general public and the environment.

    Burning sanitary towels is certainly not a recommended disposal method. This is because toxins such as dioxins and furans are released in the air upon burning sanitary waste, which can have adverse effects on one’s health. This makes sanitary towel bins indeed the safest disposal option.

    Yes. Sanitary waste is indeed infectious. Whilst contracting a disease from sanitary waste is unusual, improper sanitary waste disposal is a risk factor for exposing people to bloodborne pathogens.

    A business is obligated under legislation to handle sanitary waste to the point of disposal under the ‘Duty of Care” Act. Therefore, it is not feasible to make employees accountable for their own waste disposal. All sanitary waste must be handled by a licenced carrier, such as TCW.

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    What Do You Gain By Partnering With Us?

    Our promise of quality extends to all our products, services, and every interaction with our customers. 

    Our practice is legally compliant and follows the latest policies and procedures. 

    We segregate, store, transfer and dispose of medical waste catering to customers’ specific needs. 

    Our highly trained experts provide a reliable, compliant, efficient, and sustainable healthcare waste disposal solution. 

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