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Clinical waste includes both hazardous and non-hazardous waste, which must be stored and disposed of in accordance with stringent waste regulations. Potentially hazardous substances can cause infection in a healthcare or cosmetic setting if not treated correctly.
To keep your practice safe and legally compliant, our clinical waste bags offer a trusted waste management solution so you can get back to running your healthcare environment.
We provide both orange and yellow clinical waste bags to fit your individual needs, dependent on the types of clinical waste dealt with in your premises. We also supply embossed postcode bag ties to ensure full traceability of each clinical waste bag.
If you would like to know more about waste segregation and clinical waste bag colours, you can view our Colour Coding Guide which meets NHS guidelines.
Initial Medical are accredited to ISO 14001:2015 environmental standards and are focused on delivering sustainable products and operational solutions. Our latest innovation is the introduction of a sustainable waste bag.
Our clinical waste bags now contain 30% recycled plastic, reducing the use of virgin polythene material by 80 tonnes per year! This sustainable goal is shared by our suppliers who use renewable energy in manufacturing and make every effort to ensure CO2 emissions are reduced during transportation. Read more about how our new sustainable clinical waste bag is reducing ours and our customers' carbon footprint.
Our sustainable clinical waste bags comply with the Carriage of Dangerous Good regulations, are approved by the UN, are tested in laboratories approved by UKAS and meet REACH regulations with their print pigment.
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Protect your business with innovative SilversafeTM technology in our clinical waste bins to fight against harmful bacteria.
Our colour coded, rigid containers provide safe and compliant storage for clinical, anatomical, pharmaceutical, cytotoxic and cytostatic waste.