No Hidden Charges
Pay As You Go Or Fixed Prices
Choose Your Collection
Trusted by the NHS
We’ve worked with hundreds of businesses across Southern England to remove their healthcare and medical waste discretely, stay compliant and keep their costs down.
Choose Your Collection
We do our best to collect waste when it’s convenient for you.
Pay As You Go
We offer Pay As You Go or Fixed Term prices in our contracts.
We’re authorised by the Environment Agency, ensuring that we are compliant in our practices.
Manage Your Account Online
Book collections, download all of your compliance documents and see your invoices in our online portal. Coming soon.
Do you want to know more about healthcare waste management?
“Where do I dispose of used needles and syringes?”
“How should I dispose of glutaraldehyde?”
“Where should I dispose of amalgam fillings?”
Our team can answer any questions you have.
Making life easier for our customers
You can pay as you go or have fixed prices, whichever you prefer. We also do our best collect waste at the right time for you and all of the documentation that you need is available in your online account.
Supporting our people
The Medisort family are an independent UK-owned business. We support everyone who works for us 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
Investing in nappy recycling
We’re always looking for new solutions to dispose of our waste in a way that creates a positive environment impact. Most of our waste already goes into creating energy.
We’re currently investigating different ways to recycle nappies with the University of Brighton – one of the biggest waste problems that nobody has been able to solve yet.