ABOUT US

Washroom, Hygiene &
Clinical Waste Solutions

Medicare Ltd is a family run business which started in 2005.  We pride ourselves on the service we offer which is a personalised tailor made offering to your organisation. We ensure that your premises comply with all current legal requirements.

Our Account Managers will advise you on what equipment and services you actually need, and most importantly, what is right for your environment. Our aim at Medicare is to make your washrooms hygienic and a more pleasant place for all staff and visitors.

We believe that your washroom environment is a true reflection of you as a business therefore it is imperative that high levels of hygiene and cleanliness are maintained.

All Services

Why Choose Medicare for your washroom services and medical waste disposal?

  • We are committed to investing in long-term partnerships with our customers
  • Our hygiene services are tailored to your specific needs and not our own
  • As a licensed carrier with fully trained operatives, we can reliably and safely dispose of all waste in full accordance with Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, ensuring complete Duty of Care Compliance
  • We offer a fixed price contract with no price increases guaranteed during the rental term.
  • We value our customers and are committed to long-term relationships with dedicated account management to assist with all you
  • We offer a free, no obligation clinical or washroom survey to assess your needs. For your free survey please call 0800 328 5047 or contact us
  • We offer a full range of washroom services, hand hygiene, clinical waste services, sanitary disposal, medical waste disposal, and nappy disposal services.

Legislation & Guidance

There are many stringent legal obligations that you must fulfil at commercial premises.

You must ensure that the person removing your waste is either a local council, registered carrier or holds a license to dispose of waste. You are responsible for ensuring that your waste is disposed of properly and must ask for proof from your waste contractor that they are an authorised person.

Sanitary Disposal

The approved code of practice for Regulation 21 of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 advises that:

“in the case of water closets used by women, suitable means should be provided for the disposal of sanitary dressings”

Soap Dispensers

Regulation 21 of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 states:

“washing facilities must include soap or other suitable means of cleaning”

Warm Air Dryers & Paper Dispensers

Regulation 21 of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 states:

“washing facilities must include towels or other suitable means of drying”

Lets Talk…

We understand how valuable your time is and important it is to have a completely streamlined waste collection service. Complete this quick online form to tell us about your requirements and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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