Anatomical Waste
Red Clinical Waste Bag

Some waste products present more of a threat to those who come into contact with them than others. As a result, they must be disposed of in a safe and secure manner. For example, as anatomical waste is classified as being potentially hazardous, clinical facilities must ensure that the appropriate bags and containers are used on-site. In these cases, our expertly designed red clinical waste bags are the perfect solution for all forms of anatomical waste.

Collection Frequency:
Daily, weekly, fortnightly or ad hoc collection
1 bags of waste
Waste Type:
  • Clinical

Our Red Clinical Waste bags can be used to store:

Body parts
Blood Bags
Animal organs, body parts etc.
Tissue samples.
Materials that have come into contact with anatomical waste, such as gauze and bandages.

In a clinical facility, proper waste segregation is not only strongly advised but it is also a legal requirement. Thankfully, our range of colour-coded waste bags makes this task as easy and straightforward as possible, as it’s easy to understand which type of waste is which. This reduces the chances of cross-contamination occurring within your facility. The red clinical waste bags pair nicely with clinical waste bins that also have a red lid.

Anatomical Waste
Red waste bag
Low cost collection

Red clinical bag

Furthermore, the red clinical waste bags are highly durable, resistant to damage and leak-proof. This ensures that all waste stored within the bags will remain intact during storage and transportation – allowing for it to be disposed of safely and securely. Due to the hazardous nature of this waste, we’d recommend that it is collected on a regular basis.

At Divert, no matter what kind of waste you produce, we can provide you with the appropriate bins, bags and containers. This allows you to better manage the waste you produce and ensures that all waste is properly separated. Following this, we can help you put together a waste collection schedule that suits your business.

All waste types
  • All waste types
  • Cardboard
  • Clinical
  • Confidential
  • Dry Mixed Recycling
  • Food
  • Garden
  • General
  • Glass
  • Liquid
  • Oil
  • Paper
  • Plastic
  • Sanitary
  • WEEE
  • 1100 Wheelie bin

    The most common bin, 4 wheels, can be lockable. Holds 15+ bags

  • 240 L wheelie bin

    This is the same size as the one outside your house. Holds 3 – 5 bags

  • 360 Litre Wheelie Bin

    A bit bigger than the one outside your house. Holds 5 – 7 Bags

  • 660 L wheelie bin

    A big bin, 4 wheels suitable to hold 10 – 12 bags. Can come with a lock

  • Anatomical Waste

    Clinical waste bags suitable for organs, body parts, blood bags, animal organs, body parts, placentas, tissue samples.

  • Clinical Infectious Waste

    Clinical waste bags which are suitable for bandages, wipes, dressings, gloves, PPE and aprons

  • Clinical Non-infectious

    Clinical waste bags suitable for Incontinence pads, sanitary waste, nappies and wipes, disposable garments, PPE (Garments and gloves), emptied colostomy bags, swabs

  • Cytotoxic and Cytostatic

    Clinical waste bags suitable for blister packs, gloves, wipes, medicinal Vials

  • Dental Amalgam

    Dental waste container suitable for unwanted amalgam, teeth with fillings and capsules containing residues

  • IBC 1000L

    The big white container holds all types of liquids. 1000 L capacity

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