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Clinical waste disposal in Leeds

If you are looking for an efficient and reliable provider for your clinical waste disposal in Leeds, then look no further than Divert. We are fully qualified to collect and dispose of your clinical waste in Leeds.

Leeds is the biggest city in the county of West Yorkshire and the 3rd biggest city in the UK. There are six hospitals in Leeds, and St James’s University Hospital or Jimmy’s as it’s often called, is the largest teaching hospital in Europe. With hundreds of hair salons, plenty of tattoo shops and an array of alternative therapy providers, there are thousands of businesses with clinical waste disposal requirements in Leeds. As Leeds is such a vast city, there are 105 care homes in Leeds.

At Divert we supply businesses that work with us clinical waste containers and bags to store their waste until we collect the waste at a time to suit your business.

We are happy to provide all the support and advice you need regarding clinical waste. From how you separate waste to how you should safely store it until it is collected.

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Clinical waste collection in Leeds We provide free bins

You can rely on Divert to collect your clinical waste in Leeds in a professional and efficient manner. We will tailor-make a collection schedule to suit your business needs. As we work with a range of different types of businesses, we know that every organisation has different working hours and waste collection needs.

By working with us, we can focus on your clinical waste collection and you can focus on your customers and running your business. Our excellent service means you’ll have one less thing to worry about!

Save time, effort and money by working with Divert for your clinical waste collection.

Red-lidded sharps bins Leeds

Red-lidded sharps bins

Red-lidded sharps bins are used to contain any anatomical waste. Anatomical waste will be disposed of by incineration.

You can find out more information in our Guide to Sharps Bins.

Blue-lidded sharps bins Leeds

Even though they are referred to as sharps bins, blue-lidded sharps bins don’t contain any items regarded as ‘sharp’. They are used to safely store prescription-only medicine that has either been partly used or is out of date.

You can find out more information in our Guide to Sharps Bins.