Clinical Waste disposal managed by TC Bibby & Sons
You might think that the inevitable production of waste is a bad thing. However, think again and you’ll soon realise that waste production is actually absolutely essential. Indeed, without it, life on planet Earth would cease to exist. The ancient scientific adage that energy and matter is never created or lost but merely recycled could not be more apt when discussing waste production and its management.
As the production of waste is an unavoidable fact of life that we must accept, so too must we accept that the competent management and disposal of that waste is a necessity at the very least equal in importance to the natural laws that dictate the recycling of matter and the energy contained within it. This is particularly the case with dangerous and potentially very harmful clinical waste material.
Amongst our other waste management services, T.C. Bibby and Sons provide a specialist healthcare waste service tackling the problem of dangerous waste produced by institutions such as the NHS and private healthcare providers. This waste is amongst some of the most harmful to human health and the environment there is. Examples of just some of the waste material that may need to be dealt with safely include:
Syringes and hypodermic needles
Sharp medical instruments
Various body fluids such as blood and urine
General bodily tissue samples
In addition to this, our highly professional team of healthcare waste management service personnel also handle clinical waste produced in veterinary surgeries. This waste is equally as hazardous as that produced by the NHS and private healthcare providers and no less problematic. This is why it is so important that it too is disposed of in the safest and most efficient way possible.
So whatever your clinical waste management needs, we’re here to help. T.C. Bibby and Sons have many years’ experience providing our customers with a premium quality service that is fantastic value for money. We can supply you with all the equipment you need to safely dispose of dangerous clinical waste and can arrange the collection of that waste at a time that’s most convenient for you.