Sanitary Bin Collections
Commercial Washrooms must comply with Sanitary Waste Disposal Regulations and Flush Hygiene can help. We service Commercial Washrooms and manage feminine waste for businesses, hotels and offices throughout London, Kent and the South East.
We are one of the leading sanitary waste disposal companies in the area and we dispose of sanitary waste in a safe and environmentally conscious way, weekly, fortnightly or on a monthly basis
Sanitary Bins / Sani-Bins
We provide your washroom cubicles with one of Flush Hygiene’s sanitary disposal bins available in a range of finishes. Our feminine hygiene bins are ergonomically designed for simplicity, ease of use and optimum hygiene.
Our fully trained staff will perform regularly scheduled visits, according to your needs, exchanging your feminine hygiene sanitary bins on each visit, ensuring maximum hygiene is maintained within your washroom.
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Sanitary Bin Disposal Laws
We understand Sanitary Waste Law and help businesses to ensure they meet UK legal requirements. All female washrooms should have a suitable means for the disposal of Sanitary Waste.
Flush Hygiene Services can help to ensure your sanitary bins are disposed of in a safe and hygienic manner by offering sanitary, nappy and incontinence recycling.
Sanitary Bins for Offices
(Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulation 1992 recommends that all businesses should ensure all female toilets are provided with a suitable method for disposing of sanitary waste.
We supply Sanitary Waste Bins
We can supply standard Sanitary Bins or Bio Sanitary Bins. Contact us for more information here, or give us a call on 01689 600 550
Our sanitary disposal units have been designed with the user in mind and we have a range of options to suit your needs. A low profile (to fit below the WC seat to ensure comfort for the user) is standard across range. All units are available in pedal-operated and auto options.
Safe Sanitary Waste Disposal Scheme
Sanitary waste disposal within the UK is governed by legislation. This ensures sanitary waste is disposed of in a safe and hygienic manner. The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulation 1992 recommends that all businesses should ensure female toilets are provided with a suitable method for disposing of sanitary waste.