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    Complete Waste Management Plan for NHS Trusts

    The NHS generates significant amount of waste each year as a healthcare provider, and it is essential that this waste is handled in a safe, sustainable, and responsible manner.

    TCW offers a complete waste management solution to NHS Trusts across the UK that ensures all waste streams, from clinical to hazardous waste and recyclables, are managed properly. We assess the premises and provide a quote, as well as discuss how we can reduce the heft cost whilst increasing efficiency and guaranteeing compliance with all relevant waste regulations by taking a comprehensive approach to waste management.

    NHS Trusts generated a variety of waste such as sharps, infections, offensive, anatomical, pharmaceutical, amalgam waste and so on. To properly segregate and dispose of this waste safely we provide different types of bins such as cytotoxic sharps waste bins, pharmaceutical waste bins, tiger stripe bags, yellow clinical waste bins, and many more to avoid any odds of cross-contamination.

    For your nhs trusts, we provide complete nhs waste management, which involves segregating waste volumes by department and stream, as well as offering distinct bins and disposal practices.

    NHS Trusts must manage their waste carefully to protect both the environment and human health as they produce a significant amount of waste each year, including hazardous waste and clinical waste. If mishandled it can lead to the spread of infection, contamination, needle-stick injuries, climate change and so on. Hence, waste generated by NHS Trust should be handled by a professional and licensed waste management company.

    To safeguard human health and the environment, the disposal of these waste streams requires careful consideration and management. To prevent cross-contamination, waste should be separated into multiple waste streams at the premises of production. Waste should be stored in safe and designated facilities, with suitable signage and labelling indicating the sort of waste. Waste should be transported safely and securely using proper trucks and containers. Hazardous and clinical waste should be disposed of at a licenced facility, like TCW, such as an incinerator or landfill, that complies with all applicable rules and requirements. Depending on the waste stream, non hazardous waste can be disposed of in a landfill or recycled.

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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

    NHS Trusts can reduce waste by introducing waste-reduction activities such as reducing the usage of single-use products, encouraging recycling, and using more sustainable products and packaging.

    Regulatory compliance, public health and environmental protection, financial savings, and improved reputation are some of the advantages you get whilst partnering with a waste management company.

    Before disposal, hazardous waste is usually treated to make it safe. Incineration, autoclaving, and chemical treatment are all possible treatment options. Hazardous waste is disposed of at a licenced facility that complies with all applicable regulations once it has been processed.

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