The SRCL Sharps Management Service takes the risk away from your staff and replaces it with a solution that is safe, compliant and environmentally sound.
SRCL’s Sharps Management Service incorporates our UN-approved Bio Systems reusable containers that can be used up to 600 times after washing and disinfection, as opposed to single-use containers that are disposed after just one use.
Our trained technicians deliver, locate, collect and exchange sharps containers from your healthcare sites, reducing the need for your staff to handle them and put themselves at risk of a needlestick injury. The used containers are then transported to our treatment facility where they are weighed, scanned and tracked, followed by a thorough three-stage disinfection process. The disinfected, reassembled containers are then delivered back to your facility in a ready-to-use condition for the cycle to continue.
- Up to 600 uses per sharps container
- A sustainable alternative to incineration
- Safer system for staff, proven reduction in needlestick injuries
- Signing of containers no longer required
- Ready to use system, no assembly required
- Full training provided
- Cost benefits
For a service that offers peace of mind in the safe, sustainable and compliant disposal of your sharps waste, contact us today. Alternatively, please visit our dedicated website to find out more about our unique service.
SRCL 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 SRCL 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
SRCL is set to attend the Infection Prevention Society’s (IPS) 10th Anniversary Annual Conference on 18 – 20 September 2017!
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