waste regulation

Screaming inevitably the piles of legs, arms and whatever, the newspapers report two burglars arrested after breaking into the HES site at Longbenton, North Tyneside. Adding to the shock horror […]

Regulated disposal of tissue waste has always been problematic. Simply putting them, suitably bagged or binned as appropriate into a licensed clinical waste incinerator is straightforward though often rather disruptive […]

It is claimed that human remains have been found in 100 containers of exported recycling sent from UK to Sri Lanka. The British government – the Environment Agency – has […]

The ongoing ‘HIV blood’ scandal inquiry continues and it was noticeable that one witness has spoken of the distress caused to her and her late husband when the clinical waste […]

In a further row over clinical waste management in Scotland, The Scottish Herald reports in gory detail about a row over photos of bins labelled anatomical waste outside Edinburgh’s Western General […]

Interesting news from the US company Elastec, who offer a number of different portable incinerators* intended for modest volumes of clinical wastes and pharma waste respectively. The company produce the […]