Veolia has expanded its medical waste management capabilities to address “key issues” for the healthcare sector and the NHS.
The services aim to help organisations to make further progress on their net zero ambitions through compliant optimised handling, management and treatment of waste streams that fall under the orange, yellow, red, blue and purple clinical waste categories.
Potentially, a good thing, but have they been slipped into the front of the industry scramble to manage, and profit from it?
see “NHS commits to reducing carbon emissions from waste” ‹ Blenkharn Environmental — WordPress (ianblenkharn.com)
Is this, I wonder, another murky deal by the EA?