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SHARPSGUARD® orange is a comprehensive range of containers for the disposal of sharps, excluding those contaminated with medicinal products and their residues.
The container labels indicate that disposal should be by incineration or other authorised process and is designed for the consignment of waste categorised by the following EWC (European Waste Catalogue) codes: 18 01 01, 18 01 03, 18 02 01, 18 02 02.
To ensure the containers are safe and simple to use there are assembly instructions (where applicable) on the label, along with the details about how to keep the contents and users safe in between use. Whilst in use, the containers should be positioned safely using either a bracket or a tray from the POUDS® range - designed specifically for the SHARPSGUARD® containers. When the container is full (never overfilled) - (contents reaching the safe fill line where applicable) the container should be locked - again, details on how to lock are on the label, once locked the container should be disposed of safely. Care must be taken at all times when handling all Sharps and Clinical waste containers.
SHARPSGUARD® orange 22 ra
Our SHARPSGUARD® orange 22 litre sharps container with restricted access lid for use in public areas. Large wall brackets are available for this item.
SHARPSGUARD® orange theatre
The SHARPSGUARD® orange theatre is designed to be used upright to ease the disposal of long instruments such as staple guns as well as chest drains. It is ideal for theatres, acute medical areas and X-ray departments but is not recommended for high public access areas . It comes fully factory assmebled, has a temporary closure for in-between use and a secure permanent closure for safe transportation. The robust pail handle allows for easy transportation and each container includes an absorbent pad to minimise the risk of any leakage.
Accessories include the SHARPSGUARD® theatre mobile holder DD562, and free-standing stand DD561.