When it comes to managing clinical waste, hospitals need it the most. Considering how they operate, hospitals produce all types of waste and thus are responsible for effectively disposing of it, without adversely impacting the health of patients, staff and doctors alike. As a result, it becomes a safer alternative for hospitals to seek professional help for their waste management needs.
Our dedicated waste management partner is equipped to handle all your hospital waste requirements seamlessly. Whether you require timely deliveries, emergency scheduling, urgent maintenance, or guidance on compliance with the latest regulations, you can rely on us to provide expert assistance.
Various types of hospital waste include clinical waste, offensive waste, sharps waste, regulated medical waste, trace and bulk chemotherapy waste (cytotoxic waste), and non-hazardous and hazardous pharmaceutical waste. We understand that working in a hospital can be demanding, and waste management can be complex. But waste management in a hospital is our area of expertise and where we find the most fulfilment.
Hospital waste can include both toxic and non-toxic waste. Thus, the method of hospital waste disposal changes accordingly. In case waste is highly toxic, then the disposal would include incineration at high temperatures, however in case it is not toxic then it can include land disposal, microwave irradiation and thermal treatment, as prescribed by the UK law.
Free site survey and categorising waste by item, contamination, and bin type.
Waste collection for every waste stream and all volume requirements with inbuilt safety and security features.
Full visibility into waste segregation, treatment, and disposal.
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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.
I have recently started using their service for Imaan Ltd. I found them professional, efficient and very promptly the accounts were set up. We have taken their service for sanitary waste and sharps waste for our 12 sites across the UK. So far we are very pleased with their service provided.
I've heard a lot about Trikon, and I'd like to say that I've had a great experience with them. The key thing is to communicate and then you will be surprised at how helpful Trikon can be. We had a couple of minor issues with the start of the contract but nothing that Trikon and the team didn't sort out quickly. They have been more than flexible during the last 3 months of C-19 so no complaints there. To be honest their service so far has been excellent and far far better than Biffa ever was. Give them a chance, communicate and you will be very happy. Good value service and very helpful.
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Wastes can be reduced by using more recyclable items and avoiding one-use plastic and toxic chemicals as far as possible. Creating an inventory system also helps manage waste at some levels.
Waste in hospitals usually undergoes four stages – collection, segregation, transportation and disposal. Since these have to be done as per UK law, it is important to contact a waste management company as a partner for proper waste management.
The hospitals themselves or the department which generates the waste are responsible for the disposal of waste.
Partnering up with the local council or having a waste management company as a consultant is the best way to manage hospital waste since they would be best suited to guide you through the waste management system.