From NHS hospitals to high street pharmacies or tattoo parlours, we manage clinical waste throughout its entire lifecycle from collection to final disposal at one of our treatment facilities.
Clinical waste is defined as hazardous waste that is generated by the healthcare sector. Clinical waste is highly regulated to prevent harm to human health and the environment. We help our customers manage clinical waste in accordance with the strict legislation and rigorous regulation in place.
At Tradebe, we work with customers from across the healthcare sector to manage all their clinical waste management requirements. We provide waste audits for our customers to assist with improving efficiencies, reducing waste costs and increasing environmental performance.
We offer flexible, tailored solutions designed to meet the individual needs of our customers. We are a licensed waste carrier with a variety of approved fleet that operate around our local sites conducting regular scheduled visits.
At Tradebe we are fortunate to operate the main healthcare waste disposal routes in-house. Both our alternative treatment and high temperature incineration facilities can provide a total waste solution for all your healthcare waste. Our dedicated treatment facilities also ensure that our customers get priority disposal every time and our network provides contingency services for the essential continuity of our services.
All your clinical waste is dealt with in an efficient, cost-effective and environmentally responsible way. Clinical waste comes in a variety of waste streams categories, including:
We also collect non-hazardous healthcare (non-clinical) and other hazardous waste streams, as a dedicated or regular collection services. Such waste streams include but are not limited to:
- Offensive waste
- Small Hazardous Wastes (paints, adhesives, aerosols, etc)
We cater for clinical waste producers of all variety from large daily collections to small weekly, monthly and annual collections. We have the internal support network, processes and operations to offer professional service to the whole spectrum of healthcare providers, including:
- NHS Hospitals
- General Practitioners
- Care Homes
- Funeral Palours
- Research & Development Establishments