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We are going paperless!

We’re pleased to announce that over the next few weeks we will be launching Stericycle e-consignment notes.

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A new name for your familiar service.

We are pleased to announce that from Monday 11th December 2017, SRCL Ltd will be known as Stericycle.Read More

Getting straight to point of Sharps Management!

SRCL is set to attend the Infection Prevention Society’s (IPS) 10th Anniversary Annual Conference on 18 – 20 September 2017!Read More

Meet Stericycle environmental expert… Elaine Casey

As part of our Sustainability Week at Stericycle, we caught up with our Environmental Manager, Elaine Casey to find out more about her key responsibilities and we asked her to share her top tips for working more sustainably.Read More

BLOG – Sustainability in waste management

In this blog instalment, Alan McIver discusses sustainability in waste management and provides an insight into some of the great work Stericycle is doing, as our first Sustainability Week draws to a close.Read More

BLOG – Delivering sustainable solutions

Tom Jordan, Environmental Adviser at Stericycle discusses how we deliver sustainable solutions and shares his top tips to segregating healthcare waste more efficiently. Read More

Stericycle releases third Environmental Report

We’re proud to announce the launch of our third Environmental Sustainability Report. Published to coincide with World Environment Day on 5 June 2017 and SRCL’s first Sustainability Week taking place from 5-9 June 2017.Read More

The challenge of offensive waste

Appropriate segregation and management of offensive waste is one of the biggest waste management challenges for the healthcare sector. At SRCL we’re working on a range of solutions to ensure a sustainable future for this waste stream, but there are regulatory and economic hurdles to overcome.Read More

7 ways to reduce the risk of a sharps injury

A sharp, or needlestick injury can cause a huge amount of distress to the injured party, as this kind of penetration to the skin can result in the spread of disease or infections such as HIV, hepatitis and other serious bloodborne pathogens.Read More

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