Our specialist team collects and disposes of waste produced from beauty and cosmetic clinics across the South of England.
Beauty treatments create many different types of waste which must be treated and disposed of in very specific ways. For instance, all cloths, cotton wool, wax strips and anything that contains contaminated human tissue is considered to be ‘clinical waste’ and therefore must be kept in a clinical waste bag. Our team can advise you on the best practices, as well as collect the waste at the best time for you, dispose of the waste compliantly and do all the paperwork for you.
We discreetly dispose of the following:
- Hazardous waste
- Infectious waste
- Offensive waste
The Medisort way:
- No hidden costs and simple pricing
- You only pay for the waste you produce
- We manage all compliance paperwork which you can view via our online portal any time
We help thousands of people working in the healthcare industry to dispose of their waste the right way every year.
Choose Your Collection
We endeavour to collect waste when it’s convenient for you.
Pay As You Go
We offer pay as you go as well as fixed-term prices in our contracts, whichever you prefer.
We’re authorised by the Environment Agency, ensuring that we are compliant in our practices.
Making life easier for our customers
Supporting our people
We are an independent, UK-owned business. We are committed to supporting all our staff with training, care and professional development.
Hear from our customers…
“Disposal of my healthcare waste has never been so simple and straightforward as it is now.” – Jon Sames, J Sames Opticians Limited
“I am very grateful for your quick turnaround and delivery of bins which has helped us to maintain our normal service levels on site.” – Kerry Newton, BML Healthcare Ltd
“I have found your service to be very good. It’s simple and straightforward and I don’t have to think about it. On top of that it’s reasonably priced with no nasty ‘extra charges’. You all seem very friendly on the phone too. I could not ask for more. Thank you.” – John Philips, The Hollies