Care and Nursing Homes

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    Reliable Care and Nursing Homes Waste Management Provider

    Ensuring the safety of residents is crucial for any care home, and proper waste disposal is a critical part of achieving this. To comply with waste disposal legislation, the NHS has provided specific guidelines for care home waste disposal. These guidelines categorise care home waste into four categories: domestic waste, infectious waste, offensive waste, and cytotoxic or cytostatic waste.

    If you’re interested in our personalised waste disposal solutions for care homes, please don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule an appointment.

    As care home waste generates domestic, infectious, offensive, and cytotoxic waste, it is essential to dispose of such waste using appropriate containers and bags. This helps to eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination and laceration or infection. It also helps your waste management partner to safely collect the waste from the care homes and transport it to the facility for further disposal treatment.

    Care Homes serve a plethora of functions, including a home, a lounge, a hospital, etc. Therefore, the type of waste produced is rather diverse. Alongside general and food waste, the primary types of clinical waste produced by care homes include sanitary waste, pharmaceutical waste, sharps waste and dental waste. At TCW, our experts have extensive experience in managing all these types of waste and ensuring safety and hygiene at care homes.

    At TCW, we recognise the vital role played by Care and Nursing Homes in our society, and we understand the significance of proper waste disposal in these facilities. That’s why we offer tailored waste disposal solutions that ensure compliance at every stage of the process. Once you place an enquiry with us, we visit the site, conduct a free survey and then get you the best quote to proceed with. With us, you get Reliability, Compliance and Flexibility.

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    Our Process

    We are dedicated to providing the safest and most cost-efficient solutions across your health care practice waste life cycle. And this is how it is done.

    Waste Assessing

    Free site survey and categorising waste by item, contamination and bin type.

    • Initial consultation
    • Custom Plan

    Waste Collection

    Waste collection for every waste stream and all volume requirements with inbuilt safety and security features.

    • Regular Collection
    • Emergency collection

    Waste Processing

    Full visibility into waste segregation, treatment, and disposal.

    • 24×7 Customer Support
    • Cost-Saving Measures

    Benefits Of Working With Us

    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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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Disposal takes place typically through two common methods – autoclaving and incineration. If the waste is toxic and poses a major threat then incineration takes place through high temperatures, or else the process of autoclaving is followed.

    Generally speaking, non-toxic waste is disposed of through prescribed treatment of recycling or autoclaving. However, if the waste is toxic, care homes have to follow UK laws and connect with the local council or contracted waste management company for disposal.

    All wastes are harmful at some point. The non-toxic ones, although not dangerous to life, can certainly make a man sick, if not dealt with in the prescribed manner. If the care home disposes of toxic waste themselves, then they have to mandatorily follow UK law. Not following them eventually leads to huge fines and penalties.

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