Hygienic Sanitary Waste Disposal Services
Providing safe and hygienic sanitary waste disposal units is not just about meeting welfare regulations or your legal duty of care. It is about ensuring your staff and visitors basic human needs come first and are taken seriously. It is also a legal requirement if your business employs female staff.
Inadequate sanitary bins leave a bad first impression. Customers and employees are left with little confidence or loyalty towards your organisation. If your waste management is not at a high standard you could lose valuable custom.
Within our discreet sanitary bin service, we provide each of your washroom cubicles with one of our Hygienic Concepts sanitary bins. These disposal bins are used for disposing of sanitary waste and offensive waste. Available in two different sizes to suit your requirements.
The feminine hygiene bins are designed to fit neatly alongside the toilet, offering added visitor comfort. All of our waste bins are pedal operated, providing extra hygiene when using.
A fully trained and uniformed engineer from Hygienic Concepts will perform a regularly scheduled visit to your premises. Servicing your feminine hygiene sanitary bins on each visit. With this, we ensure your sanitary bins and washrooms are in full working order and cleaned. Maintaining a constant high level of hygiene and a discreet waste collection.
Hygienic Concepts provide a wide range of hygiene services and hygiene products for all washrooms within all industries. Within our vending products, we can supply a range of sanitary products. Find out more about vending products and service here.
Sanitary Waste Regulations
The disposal of sanitary waste in the UK is overseen by legislation. Businesses must provide all-female toilets with a suitable method for sanitary waste disposal, The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulation 1992.
Furthermore, no sanitary waste is to be flushed away as it can damage sewers and drains, The Water Industries Act 1991. The Environmental Protection Act 1990, which enforces a Duty of Care on organisations that produce controlled waste including sanitary waste. It is clear that dealing with this waste requires proper facilities.