When it comes to sharps removal or needle disposal, it is important these items are cleaned up & disposed of properly to prevent injuries and comply with health and safety requirements. We know how to handle these kind of materials and make sure they are disposed of in the correct way.
We have a full range of industry recognised accreditations and insurance so you don’t need to worry about that. Unlike many contractors in this industry we will not let you down, we have all the right equipment for the job and believe in doing it right.
Sharps such as needles, syringes, and blades are often found in bins, toilets and public areas as well as abandoned houses and squats that are used by illegal drug users. The main risk associated with sharps such as needles and syringes is puncture wounds that allow highly infectious blood borne pathogens including Hepatitis B and HIV to be passed to the individual.
Yes! It’s imperative that any sightings of sharps be reported immediately and disposed of by a trained professional. It is important to remember that disposing of needles, syringes and hypodermics in a public litter bin or in household waste is extremely dangerous.
When removing potentially infectious syringes, needles and other sharps it is essential that the process is carried out safely using the correct sharps removal protection equipment and clothing.
RM Contractors trained needle and syringe removal teams understand the possible dangers dirty needles and syringes can pose and the importance of disposing of them safely and quickly. Experienced in examining large areas of waste and rubbish our specialist team conduct an extensive needle sweep guaranteeing all sharps are removed before fully decontaminating and cleaning the area ensuring all bio-hazardous contamination is eradicated.