Stericycle is dedicated to finding sustainable, environmentally friendly and compliant recovery options for all the waste we handle.
Sustainability is at the cornerstone of our service, and we work in partnership with our suppliers and customers to find the most appropriate method of disposal and containerisation that best suits the waste needs and targets of the organisation in question.
Our Bio Systems service is an example of our dedication to finding sustainable recovery options for waste and incorporates our UN approved reusable sharps containers. For each Bio Systems container used, up to 600 single-use containers are prevented from being treated, thus being instrumental in the reduction of greenhouse gases. Additionally, as containers are re-used, bulky packaging waste from the purchase of single-use containers is also eliminated. Stericycle’s Bio System’s service also estimates a cost saving of between 10% – 20% over the total costs involved in using single-use sharps containers.
Our waste segregation procedures are developed in-line with the latest legislation to ensure our customers manage their waste streams in the most environmentally friendly manner. Working closely with environmental regulators and new technology providers also ensures that our waste disposal operations lead the way across the industry.
Organisations that process and transfer data, including healthcare organisations, need to take action as the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May next year.
We are pleased to announce that from Monday 11th December 2017, SRCL Ltd will be known as Stericycle.
Stericycle is much more than just a supplier to us…we have developed a strong partnership, working jointly on solving service issues and implementing innovative solutions.
Charles Joly, Environmental Waste & Sustainability Manager
Working with Stericycle is a true partnership. By working together we are able to provide professional, efficient waste disposal, and ensure compliance with the latest waste legislation.
Phil Chaloner, Waste Management Co-ordinator