Safe and compliant biohazard disposal

Flexible, efficient and discreet biohazard medical waste disposal for facilities of all sizes

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) and biohazardous waste disposal requires sensitive handling to prevent harm to the environment and minimise risk to staff. Waste derived from human or animal research containing infectious substances is classified as infectious GMO waste while waste without are categorized as non-infectious GMO waste.

All infectious and non-infectious GMOs contained within clinical waste should be pre-bagged before disposal. In the medical and healthcare industry, “contained use” refers to the usage, storage, transport and destruction of GMOs to provide a high level of safety by limiting contact between GMOs and humans or the environment.

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The G64: Transports GMO waste safely and securely

Cleanaway Daniels provides safe and secure disposal of GMO waste through the G64, our special GMO bin from the Clinismart range. The G64 is also approved by the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) to hold and transport genetically modified organisms (GMO) waste in a single-level containment.

Designed with the same security and ease of use found in other Clinismart bins, the G64 features a reusable container that minimises infection transmission and contamination through a convenient foot pedal mechanism. It is made of maximised hardened plastic and has a leak-proof body and lid securely seals fluids and odours, perfect for containing GMO and biohazardous waste while ensuring safe transport during the disposal process.

GMO and clinical waste solutions

In addition to our specialised GMO bins, Cleanaway Daniels also offers a variety of secure and compliant clinical waste bins, including reusable containers for anatomical and sharps waste as well as single-use pails and bags.

The Cleanaway Daniels Difference

We partner with our clients to identify ways to integrate and improve waste management practices in respective facilities. This system ensures the safety of staff and patients in the facility as well as during the waste disposal process.

On-site

  • We provide clear labelling to aid cytotoxic waste disposal and segregation, supplemented with operational instruction and staff training
  • We identify potential security risks provide then appropriate accessories and/or measures to ensure safe practice

Off-site

  • Each of our facilities has EPA approval in the storage and handling of high risk wastes
  • Maintaining 24 hour CCTV security across our sites to safeguard against tampering or malpractice
  • EPA compliant waste tracking processes

INTRODUCING THE ROBOTIC WASHLINE

The Robotic Washline technology used at Cleanaway Daniels processing facilities decants, washes, sanitises and dries Sharp smart reusable containers, resulting in a 106 log reduction in bacterial load. Containers are subjected to a stringent 8-step process that ensures it is safe for reuse before deployment.

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Weigh and scan

After being added onto the robotic conveyor belt, containers are weighed and scanned to ensure traceability of origin.

Decanting

The containers are automatically opened and upended to empty its content for processing

Flushing

Containers are blasted with strong streams of water to flush out any residue, dried blood or residual fluid

Washing

The container is then put through a cold and hot water wash cycle

Rinse

To ensure bacteria is eliminated, containers are rinsed twice with hot water at different temperatures

Drying

Containers are blow-dried to remove surface water

Coating

Containers are applied with a special coating that prevents sticky materials like adhesives, bodily fluids and blood from sticking.

Manual Checks

All containers are put through a thorough quality assurance check to ensure they are undamaged and fit for service

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General waste, recycling and more

As a total service provider, Cleanaway Daniels offers a full suite of waste management services with a comprehensive range of bin capacities, flexible collection schedules and sustainable options. These include but are not limited to:

  • General waste
  • Commingled recycling
  • Bathroom and sanitation
  • Industrial cleaning services
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Why sustainability is important to us

Doing business sustainably is important to us. We believe that we have an inherent responsibility to protect the world’s natural resources and to this end, we commit to choosing the most environmentally responsible methods of managing healthcare waste.