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Chiropodist Waste Disposal

We know a thing or two about podiatrist waste management and disposal with many years of experience in clinical waste disposal under our belt. Chiropody waste can be quite varied and may often contain hazardous or potentially infectious material; all of which must be disposed of in full accordance with Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005).

Our chiropodist waste disposal service covers all waste types including clinical waste and hazardous waste. We’ll provide you with all of the correct, legislation compliant receptacles for whatever waste you have and arrange a collection schedule that suits the requirements of your business.

Get a quick quote today or give us a call to find our more about our specialist chiropodist waste disposal service.

  • Flexible Service Options
    We tailor our service to your practice needs no matter how large or small
  • Convenient Collections
    We can arrange for collections during your business working hours
  • Paperwork Provided
    We'll provide all the correct paperwork required by law after each collection
  • Clinical Waste Removal
    We've years of experience in safe disposal of clinical and sharps waste

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We're Experts in Chiropody / Podiatry Waste

Podiatry can include just as many different types of clinical waste as any other medical practice, and some of that waste can include hazardous waste and sharps. Our Chiropody waste disposal service covers the whole spectrum of waste, including:

  • Blood and body fluids
  • Dirtied couch roll and sheets
  • Gloves, aprons and coverings
  • Human tissue
  • Needles and Sharps
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Swabs and dressings
  • And many more

No matter how much waste you generate we’ll provide you with appropriate, compliant waste receptacles, collect when they’re full and service them all as part of our service.

Call today to enquire about our professional chiropodist waste disposal services.

The 2005 Hazardous Waste Regulations state that clinical waste and sharps must only be disposed of within specific types of coloured containers displaying a European Waste Catalogue (EWC) Code. Needles and sharps used in podiatry practices must be disposed of with a great deal of care in order to prevent injury or contamination, whilst human tissue and bodily fluids are considered hygiene/offensive waste and also must be disposed of correctly.

Without following the regulations and government guidelines, you could put the health of your staff and customers in danger, and risk facing fines of up to £5,000. Keep your business protected with our fully compliant waste disposal services and ensure that your podiatrist waste disposal is handled by professionals.

 

Following the introduction of The Environmental Protection Act in 1990, businesses, like chiropodists and podiatrists, which produce clinical and hazardous waste must act with a duty of care to ensure that their waste is disposed of responsibly. This includes segregating hazardous and potentially infectious waste from general waste at the source, and ensuring that your waste is provided to a professional waste carrier for disposal with a signed consignment note.

With our service you can rest assured that your waste is being handled properly by a professional carrier. We’ll even provide consignment notes after each and every collection as part of our service, and if you aren’t already registered with the Environmental Agency we can help you become a fully registered member.

Use our chiropodist waste disposal service to ensure that your waste is disposed of responsibly and in full accordance with UK law.

At Direct365 we strive to support businesses in every way that we can, not just by offering a range of expert waste disposal and facilities management services, but by sharing our expertise whenever we can. With years of experience in chiropodist waste disposal, we have learned everything that there is to know about podiatry and chiropody waste, and gathered some great resources for practices and therapists.

Visit the websites below for more information on chiropody waste and the regulations concerning its disposal.

Chartered Institute of Wastes Management - An Introductory Guide to Healthcare Waste Management in England & Wales

The Department of Health - Safe Management of Healthcare Waste

Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety – Safe Management of Healthcare Waste

Environmental Protection Act 1990 – Waste Management the Duty of Care

The Health and Safety Executive - Managing Offensive/Hygiene Waste Safely

Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists – Minimum Standards of Clinical Practice