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Sharing clinical waste costs

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by FTSE, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. FTSE

    FTSE Member


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    I am just starting out doing 2 half days a week in a rented room. I will generate tiny amounts of clinical waste. Am I allowed to pass this to, say, a local surgery with a waste transfer note and just give them a contribution to their costs? Otherwise it means storing it for long enough to make a collection worthwhile, which seems a bit grim.

    Grateful for guidance - can't find any just by googling.

    Lucy Davey
     
  2. Podess

    Podess Active Member

    No, sorry, Lucy.

    The waste must be transported by a Registered Waste Carrier, and only they can issue a Waste Transfer Note.

    Podess
     
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