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Hijama & Cupping Therapy Waste Removal

Hijama & Cupping Therapy Waste Removal
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  • FREE Duty of Care
    Relax, we provide you with all the legal paperwork required
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  • Flexible servicing
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  • Safe sharps removal
    We care where your waste goes, so all sharps will be disposed of legally

Hijama therapy clinics produce all sorts of waste on a daily basis, from clinical and hygiene waste to hazardous waste and sharps. Our Hijama therapy waste collection service covers all kinds of waste produced in Hijama therapy practices, including:

  • Blood and bodily fluids waste
  • Dirtied couch roll and towels
  • Needles and sharps
  • Suction cups and tubes
  • Swabs and dressings
  • Used aprons and gloves
  • And much more

No matter what kinds of Hijama therapy waste you have, we’ll supply you with as many secure waste receptacles as you need, and ensure that your clinical and hazardous waste is responsibly disposed of.

Call today for more information about our expert Hijama therapy waste removal services.

After the publication of The Hazardous Waste Regulations in 2005, the law states that hazardous waste, including sharps and other waste produced by Hijama therapy clinics, must be disposed of in accordance with a strict set of guidelines. Medical sharps and waste contaminated by blood and bodily fluids can pose a serious risk to the environment and must only be disposed of within secure receptacles with clearly marked European Waste Catalogue (EWC) Codes. If hazardous and infectious waste is not disposed of correctly, it could potentially cause harm to your customers or staff, and lead to fines of up to £5,000 from the government.

We are experts in clinical and hazardous waste including, the disposal of sharps and all other waste produced by Hijama therapy clinics. As part of our service, we will provide you with the correct, government legislation compliant waste receptacles for whatever types of waste you have and collect them for safe and responsible disposal.

Use our Hijama Therapy waste disposal service to keep your business and your customers protected from hazardous clinical waste.

The Environmental Protection Act of 1990 states that healthcare practices, including Hijama therapy clinics, which produce large volumes of clinical waste have a duty of care to manage their waste safely and responsibly. The duty of care means that clinics practicing in Hijama therapy must segregate their potentially infectious or hazardous waste from general waste and ensure that it is provided to a reputable and accredited waste carrier for disposal with a signed consignment note.

With our Hijama therapy waste disposal service we'll provide you with a legally required consignment note and a waste declaration form each and every time we make a collection. We will even help to get your practice fully registered with the Environmental Agency if you aren’t already registered.

We are experts in clinical and hazardous waste disposal and by using our service you can rest assured that your waste is handled with due diligence and in full compliance with UK law.

Our mission at Direct365 is to support businesses in every way that we can, so as well as offering a range of professional waste management services, we also take every opportunity to share our expertise. With years of experience in clinical and hazardous waste management including Hijama therapy waste, we have gathered a wealth of resources and expert information to help support business owners.

Visit the websites below for more information about Hijama therapy practice, clinical waste disposal and the regulations surrounding it:

Environmental Protection – The Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005

Environmental Protection Act 1990 – Waste Management: The Duty of Care

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

Department of Health – Safe Management of Healthcare Waste

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