We are currently asking people to only come into our offices for essential visits. Where possible, people should contact us by phone or email or through our website.
For up-to-date information about our services and links to useful advice, see our Coronavirus page

Clinical waste

We collect clinical waste from homes free of charge. Clinical waste includes incontinence pads, stoma bags and dressings. Please double bag incontinence pads, urinary catheter bags/tubes and stoma bags and place them in your black rubbish bin. If this extra waste becomes a problem, please contact us

Some clinical waste items cannot be placed in your black rubbish bin including wound dressings, some forms of dialysis and some wound/blood catheters. For these items, please request a clinical waste collection

Once you have made a booking, it should take no more than ten working days for us to contact you to arrange a collection at a suitable time. 

We no longer collect sharps/needles. Sharps containers are provided by your local GP surgery. Please contact them directly to request one.