There are a number of competing factors when it comes to waste management in Healthcare, there always have been and always will be.
Whether you're balancing budget targets, working towards environmental goals, or simply encouraging your care teams to recycle; we understand the problems you face.
Better yet, we can develop solutions that work with you, not against you, so you can drive out costs without negative impact to your organisation.
Working with you.
Changing behaviour unlocks recycling rate improvements. We work with you to develop these changes and create lasting results. This could be through introducing effective on-site communication or measuring impact to maximise the benefits of improved waste management.
Your goal is our goal – to drive out costs and enjoy the route to long-term sustainable savings. It’s about more than lift rates. We look beyond these and focus on reusing and reduction as we work with you.
Clinical waste services.
We ensure the safe handling, transportation, and disposal of all clinical waste, regardless of volume or location. This enables you to have a simple, efficient, and cost-effective solution for the management of your clinical waste.
"We cannot fault the service delivery, professionalism, or enthusiasm of the team."
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To find out more about how we can help your healthcare organisation, just give us a call on 0800 432 0550 or contact us online. Speak directly with a member of the healthcare team.
Stephen joined SWR in 2009 to set up the business in Scotland. He was appointed to SWR’s Board in 2014; leading business development activity as turnover has grown from £15m to