Veterinary & Animal Care

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    Veterinary & Animal Care Waste Management

    At TCW, we specialise in managing various types of waste that veterinary clinics and animal hospitals produce, such as pathological, toxic, and clinical waste streams. We offer comprehensive services, ranging from providing sharps containers and bins to treating and transporting waste. We ensure that all waste-related tasks are taken care of on your behalf.

    We specifically cater to the veterinary industry and collect a wide range of waste streams, including infectious clinical waste, contaminated sharps, chemical waste, offensive waste, pharmaceuticals, and pet cadavers.

    Our veterinary waste management approach is unique in many ways. From waste profile assessment and compliance assistance to bin provision, scheduling, transportation, disposal, and documentation, we take care of everything. This allows you to focus on your core business whilst we handle the waste management task seamlessly.

    In addition, our multi-waste stream scheduling ensures that we cater to your waste volume requirements with flexibility. We understand that the waste generated from veterinary clinics varies in volume and type, which is why we offer customised scheduling to meet your specific needs.

    Expired drugs, swabs, bandages, needles, syringes, medicinal bottles, gloves, PPE, and others are considered as a veterinary clinic waste. We are equipped to manage all types of veterinary waste, including biohazardous sharps, red bags, and infectious waste.

    We recognise that the safety of animals and employees is of utmost importance, and we don’t take any chances in this regard. Therefore, all our waste containment solutions are created with user safety in mind.

    A veterinary clinic generates a variety of waste, necessitating the use of specific bins for each type of waste, such as anatomical waste bags, cytotoxic waste bags, wheelie bins,and many more. Along with proper waste disposal in the appropriate bin, safe collection and transportation are crucial.  TCW provides everything from waste profile and compliance assistance, bins, scheduling, transportation, disposal, and documentation.

    Our compliance team ensures that every facility we collaborate with adheres to local and national regulations governing waste management. You can rest assured that with TCW, you are in safe and capable hands.

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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

    Reducing the use of single-use plastic, investing in reusable PPE kits, and reducing the chance of throwing away drugs due to expiration are some of the ways you can reduce veterinary waste.

    Yes! Veterinary waste is hazardous as it can transmit viruses and bacteria which can be harmful to human beings and the environment.

    Chemical waste produced by vet clinics should be stored in chemical waste bins to avoid the odds of contamination or harm to human beings. It is then incinerated to ensure its safe disposal.

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