Hazardous medical waste

Bins for Hazardous medical waste

Hazardous medical waste

Medical risk waste refers to waste contaminated by a virus or bacteria, cytostatic waste (cancer treatment) and sharp objects etc. Bandages, tissues, syringes without needles, plaster waste, biological fluids and absorbed or dried blood are considered non-risk medical waste.

What happens with Hazardous medical waste

Medical risk waste must be incinerated at a very high temperature in special, energy recovery furnaces. We are able to boast excellent levels of expertise in managing medical waste and also have the required licences to transport such waste.

Acceptance conditions

Choose a type of waste to see what is or is not allowed.

More information on suitable bins for Hazardous medical waste