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Hazardous Waste Disposal

We are specialists in hazardous waste disposal with years of experience in the management of all sorts of hazardous materials.

You can rely on our service to provide you with a suitable bin and a reliable service to manage all of your hazardous waste including: aerosols, sharps, batteries, fluorescent lighting tubes, inks, waste oils, pharmaceuticals and much more. Our hazardous waste removal service is not only safe and reliable but also keeps your business fully compliant with legal requirements, as we provide you with duty of care documents with each collection.

No matter how large or small your business is or where you are based, we will tailor our service to suit your needs for an affordable price, with no hidden extras or fees.

Get a free quote today for all of your hazardous waste disposal needs.

  • Free Duty of Care
    We provide you with all the legal paperwork you need; at no extra cost
  • Discreet Service
    We let you get on with your job, whilst we do ours
  • Flexible Servicing
    We work around what’s best for you and your business
  • Free Waste Audit
    When you sign up we’ll audit your waste needs - free of charge
  • Low Price Guarantee
    We’re always competitive on price and can save up to 30%
  • Landfill Free
    We don’t send your waste to landfill, it's handled properly

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About Our Hazardous Waste Disposal Service

Hazardous Waste (EWC 18-01-03) also referred to as clinical waste is often found in healthcare establishments such as health clinics, hospitals, doctors surgeries, residential and nursing homes, and veterinary practices. Although it often extends and is also disposed of by other non-healthcare businesses such as funeral directors and tattoo parlours.

Hazardous Waste is described as being 'any waste which may be harmful to human health or the surrounding environment', and is governed a lot more closely and securely than general waste with increased legislative measures and procedures. It could be completely or partly made up of:

  • Blood or other bodily fluids
  • Oils and chemicals
  • Batteries
  • Human or animal tissue
  • Needles, syringes and other sharp objects
  • Used swabs & dressings

Different types of hazardous waste fall under different categories, and it can often be a little confusing knowing what colour bag or receptacle you need for your business. More often than not, your business will have a mixture of hazardous waste which requires different bins and disposal methods by law.

It is important to segregate your hazardous waste under HTM 07-01 guidelines.

Since the Landfill Directive came into use, we have had to change the way we dispose of your hazardous waste in order to comply with all the correct laws and legislations.

Every type of waste, including hazardous, has an EWC code, which is a unique identifier that enables us to see exactly what your waste is, and where it needs to go.
An EWC code is printed on all clinical buckets and bags, including your hazardous waste container.

Here's the list of all 2014 EWC codes:


Sharps, but not including those included in code 18-01-03


Body parts and organs including blood bags and blood preserves (excluding those in category 18 01 03)


Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection – Hazardous Waste


Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection – Offensive waste


Chemicals consisting of dangerous substances


Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines


Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 01 08


Amalgam waste from dental care

For additional EWC Code information, please see the .GOV website.



With every waste collection that contains hazardous material you’ll receive a consignment note detailing the type of waste collected, its EWC code, the quantity, components, hazard code and container type.

Each time you will need to supply us with your hazardous waste producer registration number. If you do not have one, you will need to register with The Environment Agency annually (unless exempt). It is vital that you have the registration number. If not, we cannot take your waste away.

If you prefer, we can do this for you!