Clinical Waste Collection & Disposal

Clinical Waste Collection & Disposal

Enva has extensive knowledge and experience in managing clinical waste for our customers. We work with hospitals, health centres and educational institutions, among others, and maintaining the highest standards of hygiene and safe waste disposal are our top priority.

All of our services follow the necessary guidelines for safe and legal disposal of clinical waste streams. These streams include:

Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal

We efficiently dispose of pharmaceutical drugs, medications and tablets, in a controlled and monitored environment. We ensure that any expired, damaged, unused and potentially dangerous drugs are correctly destroyed, to prevent abuse or accidental distribution.

Sharps Waste Disposal

Classified as bio-hazardous waste, the disposal of sharps is a careful procedure, including any procedural object used to puncture, cut or lacerate for medicinal purposes. We dispose of any sharp paraphernalia in our secure waste facility.

Infectious Waste Disposal

We safely work to dispose of any potentially contaminated blood, bodily fluids and hazardous infected materials, through systems of eradication and incineration, to ensure there is no spread of infection or disease.

Dental Waste Disposal

As well as hospital and medicinal waste, Enva also manage dental waste. We securely dispose of any dental equipment, materials and treatment liquids.

Offensive Waste Disposal

Although not categorised as hazardous, we handle waste labelled ‘offensive’ too. This describes any refuse that is non-toxic or uncontaminated, but still remains unpleasant should it come into contact with humans, for example, human or animal waste.

We fully understand the hazards and potential dangers any form of clinical waste can pose, so we take every precaution to make sure it is disposed of safely.

If you have any questions about our Clinical Waste Collection and Disposal solutions, or to receive a no-obligation quote for your waste management needs, call or complete the form at the bottom of the page.