What is clinical waste?
Clinical waste is waste that can infect people.
Clinical waste is mainly produced by hospitals, health clinics, doctors' surgeries and veterinary practices, and may also come from private households.
Clinical waste collection service
A request for clinical waste collections must be made on your behalf by your healthcare professional, doctor, district nurse or hospital, by completing the e-form below.
Note: requests for the collection of filled 'yellow lid' sharps bins and/or yellow bags (where the service has been set up) should be made by contacting Haringey Veolia directly - see their contact details below.
What to do if you find a needle or syringe
Don't pick up needles or syringes unless they are an immediate danger.
Contact Veolia immediately and they will arrange to collect these items as a priority.
Veolia contact details
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 020 8885 7700
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