We provide waste, collection, treatment and disposal services to more NHS and private sector hospitals in the UK than anyone else.
Our services have constantly evolved to meet and exceed the ever-changing requirements of the healthcare environment and over 2,500 hospital customers rely on us to manage their clinical waste programmes.
Whether you produce 4,000 bins of waste per month or just four, we provide a full hospital-based service, with regular collections and reliable, fully compliant disposal via our alternative technology treatment plants and incinerators.
We can process all types of healthcare waste including general healthcare waste, sharps waste, pharmaceutical waste, chemicals and low level radioactive waste from medical imaging departments.
We also ensure Duty of Care is maintained through our proprietary data management system, BioTrack, that provides a comprehensive, electronic audit trail for each and every movement.
The Stericycle team was in a celebratory mood last night after being declared the winners of the Best Use of Design and Technology in a Waste Management Facility Award at the Let’s Recycle 2019 Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management. The Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management are considered the most […]
As we approach World Day for Safety and Health at Work, it’s a good opportunity to focus on a workplace injury that is largely preventable. The European Agency of Occupational Safety and Health estimates that 1 million needlestick injuries occur every year. Sharps injuries can happen when needles are improperly or carelessly disposed of, instead […]
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