waste regulation

A proposed medical waste plant for Newhaven has been described as ‘another bullet in the back for an already ailing town’ by one objector. Clean Thermodynamic Energy Conversion (CTEC) is […]

Harbour House raises concerns after waiting two weeks for clinical waste removal. The West Bay care home is still waiting for their bins to be emptied by contractor PHS, with […]

The company at the centre of the NHS “body parts” scandal is planning legal action against the government – if it can stay afloat in the meantime. Healthcare Environmental Services was […]

Among the myriad press reports, government statements and whistleblower claims, some interesting pictures are emerging:   from https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/nhs-body-parts-scandal-firm-13428693   from https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6285325/The-human-waste-mountains-Photos-expose-shocking-scale-unbearable-NHS-rubbish-stench.html       from https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/health/body-parts-stacked-ceiling-were-2120865 Some poor practices but I for one have […]

A council has plans to allow people to dispose of loved ones’ bodies through water cremation, a new and environmentally friendly way to get rid of human remains. The process […]

Sterilis device in use

The photocopier-size device can sterilize and grind up medical (clinical) waste including syringes and sharps containers to produce nontoxic garbage that ‘doesn’t require incineration’ or ‘other special treatment’. Innovator Jeff […]