Buy a Yellow Sharps Box Online in the UK
The Yellow Sharps Bin with a nominal capacity of 1 litre is an essential tool for safe and proper disposal of sharps waste. It has been designed specifically for healthcare facilities, laboratories, and other environments where sharps waste is generated. This bin ensures the highest level of safety, convenience, and compliance with regulatory standards.
Safety: The Yellow Sharps Bin is constructed using durable and puncture-resistant materials, providing reliable protection against accidental needlesticks and potential contamination. Its vibrant yellow colour serves as a visual reminder of its purpose and helps prevent accidental misuse.
Compact Design: With a nominal capacity of 1 litre, this bin strikes the perfect balance between space efficiency and storage capacity. It is ideal for smaller-scale applications or areas where space is limited.
Secure Lid: The bin features a wide and secure lid, allowing for easy and safe disposal of sharps waste. It can be opened with one hand, facilitating quick and efficient disposal while maintaining safety. The lid also includes a temporary closure feature for added security during transport or storage.
Compliance: The Yellow Sharps Bin is designed to meet local regulations and guidelines for sharps waste management. It ensures your facility remains in full compliance, providing a safe environment for both staff and patients.
Easy Disposal: The bin can be securely sealed using the lockable lid, preventing leaks or spills. Once sealed, it is ready for proper disposal according to your local waste management procedures.
How to use your sharps container?
The sharps container should be used to dispose of medical supplies such as:
- lancets used with finger-pricking devices
After using needles or other similar medical equipment, put them in the sharps container right away and don't try to take them out again. Only fill the container up to the "Do not fill over this line" line.
Getting rid of your full sharps container:
Where you live will determine the specific arrangements for disposing of filled sharps containers.
If you use needles at home due to a medical condition like diabetes, your local council may be tasked with picking up your full sharps container.
Your local coucil website should have infromation regarding collection in your area. However, the majority of local councils do not charge for this service.
Keep your sharps bin in a safe place so it's not a risk to other people and is out of the sight and reach of children.