Clinical Waste Bins

Businesses, hospitals, healthcare centres and doctor’s surgeries across the UK are required by law to safely dispose of their clinical waste, as it is subject to strict government regulations. Our range of clinical waste bins supports the safe management of healthcare waste and adherence to infection control guidelines.

29 Items

Sack Holder - Wall or Post Mountable - Green
Sack Holder - Wall or Post Mountable
14% Off
From £35.99 £29.99
1-3 working days
20 Litre Fire Retardant Sackholder for Clinical Waste
20 Litre Fire Retardant Sackholder for Clinical Waste
From £138.85 £115.71
4 weeks
Free Standing Steel Sackholder
Free Standing Steel Sackholder
From £94.60 £78.83
4 weeks
65 Litre Free Standing Sackholder
65 Litre Free Standing Sackholder
From £103.52 £86.27
4 weeks
45 Litre Free Standing Sackholder
45 Litre Free Standing Sackholder
From £93.91 £78.26
4 weeks
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Clinical waste bins designed to facilitate safe and compliant waste disposal

At Kingfisher Direct, we understand the critical importance of proper clinical waste management in healthcare facilities, laboratories, and other medical settings. Our extensive range of clinical waste bins is here to help you maintain a clean, hygienic, and regulatory-compliant environment.

Why choose our clinical waste bins and sack holders?

1. Safety and hygiene
We prioritise safety and hygiene. Our clinical waste bins and sack holders are designed with features that minimise the risk of contamination, needlestick injuries, and cross-contamination.

2. Expert guidance
Our team of experts is here to provide guidance, answer your questions, and assist with selecting the right clinical waste bins and sack holders for your specific healthcare facility.

3. Durability and reliability
Clinical waste management is a critical aspect of healthcare. Our medical waste bins and sack holders are built to last, using high-quality materials that withstand the rigours of a clinical environment.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What should go into a clinical waste bin?
Waste that has the potential to cause infection or disease should be disposed of in a clinical waste bin. Examples of waste which should be disposed of in a clinical waste bin include:
- Sharps waste: ‘Sharps’ items that may have been contaminated with infectious organisms or medicines. This includes items that can pierce the skin, like needles, syringes, or broken glass.
- Infectious waste: Items that can pass on infectious diseases to people or animals. This can include items such as gloves, masks, and tubing.

2. Can you put clinical waste in a normal bin?
For the large part, clinical waste should be disposed of in a dedicated clinical waste bin. However, some household clinical waste that is not hazardous or infectious (i.e. nappies) can be disposed of in your normal household waste bin providing that it is securely wrapped or bagged.

3. Who needs a clinical waste bin?
Our clinical waste solutions are suitable for a wide range of healthcare and clinical settings, including:
- Hospitals: Safely and efficiently manage clinical waste, including sharps, contaminated dressings, and disposable medical supplies.
- Clinics and laboratories: Ensure proper disposal of hazardous materials, ensuring the safety of healthcare professionals and patients.
- Pharmacies: Dispose of expired medications and pharmaceutical waste in compliance with regulatory standards.
- Dental practices: Manage clinical waste generated during dental procedures, including sharps and infectious materials.
- Nursing homes: Maintain a safe and hygienic environment for residents and staff, with proper clinical waste disposal solutions.