As a healthcare provider, it is essential for optometrists & eye clinics to maintain a clean and safe environment for patients, employees and the community. To do this, a proper waste management plan with compliance must be implemented. TCW supplies colour-coded waste bins and bags to effectively segregate and dispose of waste. We offer complete waste management solutions that include everything from collection to disposal and transportation.
Optometrists & Eye Clinics produce a variety of waste. Some of the waste produced by eye clinics includes offensive waste (black and yellow striped bag), sharps waste (cytotoxic sharps waste bin), and infectious waste (orange bin). TCW is here to assist you in identifying and disposing of these waste streams in the most suitable manner in compliance with standard UK management guidelines. We supply colour-coded containers and bags for all of the waste types listed above.
All the waste produced by the eye clinic should be segregated into the appropriate waste streams to minimise the risk of cross-infection. Following that, it is stored in a secure and designated space with signage and labelling that is away from public access and protected components. It is then collected by waste management partners, such as TCW, to transport and dispose of responsibly. It is advised that the waste-producing eye clinic has a waste transfer notice on hand. This serves as evidence of adherence to rules and ensures that the waste was properly managed.
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.
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The best practice to store and dispose of eye clinics is keeping waste in leak-proof containers, labelling the containers with the waste type and generation date, and disposing of the waste through a licenced and authorised waste disposal company such as TCW.
Working with a licensed and permitted waste management company, like TCW, can make waste management for eye clinics easier by obtaining the most suitable plan as per your requirements, training clinic employees, and maintaining the required documentation.
Reducing the usage of disposal products and using more environmentally friendly products and materials are two ways eye clinics can reduce waste.