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Disposing of sanitary waste can be a sensitive and nerve-wracking experience because poorly maintained hygiene sanitary bins are a potential breeding ground for bacteria.
Initial's feminine hygiene unit service gives you the confidence that your visitors have a safe, hygienic and simple way to dispose of their sanitary waste.
Through customer feedback, we have created a supremely hygienic method of disposing of sanitary waste. Each Signature sanitary bin houses an integral anti-microbial coating that prevents the spread of germs and contains a BioFresh insert that combats any unpleasant odours.
Signature Lite combines function with image and its compact footprint means it meets the space demands of the modern washroom cubicle.
Available in several colours and operations, the Signature range will work in any and all premises.
The timeless stainless steel design of our Reflection unit is ideal for any premium location.
Sanitary waste refers to waste created solely by humans. In this context it refers to the waste created by the use of menstrual hygiene products.
A sanitary bin is a waste collection unit which holds sanitary waste
Sanitary waste is classed as “offensive waste” by the Department of Health. All waste must be properly dealt with to prevent health risks.
Frequencies will vary depending on usage. We offer variable visit frequencies to suit all requirements
All three of The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulation 1992, The Water Industries Act 1991 and The Environmental Protection Act 1990 impose various guidelines on businesses that make sanitary bins necessary.
Currently no, although the UK government is looking to provide these products for free in schools. For more information on this please visit our information centre page.
The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, The Water Industries Act 1991 and the Environmental Protection Act 1990 stipulate that sanitary waste must be disposed of properly. Using us will ensure your compliance with these regulations.