Waste Stories 9/7/2018

 

The Healthcare Waste and Resources Research Group

1.The NHS could save £130m by updating energy systems

That is the key conclusion of a new report from energy firm Centrica Business Solutions.

The study claims that the use of demand-response services, onsite solutions and monitoring technologies could help the embattled institution “take control” of its energy consumption and “turn it into an opportunity”.

For more information and the report, click here

2. Workshop on waste classification

The Group will be hosting a workshop on waste classification on 19 September 2018, in Sheffield.

To book, please click on the link here.

3. Revised healthcare climate challenge

Launched in 2015 at the Paris Climate Conference, the Health Care Climate Challenge is a Health Care Without Harm initiative to mobilize health care institutions around the world to play a leadership role in addressing climate change.

For more information, click here

4. The Environment Agency’ healthcare waste pre-acceptance/acceptance campaign 2018 – 2020

The Environment Agency will be carrying out a healthcare waste audit campaign over a 2-year period from April 2018.

The aims of the campaign are to ensure that healthcare waste is:
– appropriately segregated at source;
– properly described, classified and consigned; and,
– sent for appropriate treatment, disposal or recovery.

For more information on the campaign, please click Operator Briefing vs 6.0-utg86x

5. Total Waste Management Services (Healthcare Waste & Related Services)

Locala Community Partnerships require the provision of Waste Services includes activities to be performed by the approved supplier in relation to the safe and sustainable management of wastes produced from Participating Authorities. This covers the safe handling, collection, segregation, storage, transportation, processing and disposal/re-use/recovery of waste materials where appropriate to support the best outcomes for the environment and minimise the harmful effects of waste. These contracted activities are to be performed in compliance with all relevant regulatory, statutory and other standards and legislation. It also covers the associated certification and reporting requirements required to support the Authority to meet its Duty of Care obligations.

This contract is to operate under framework NOE CPC01452 Total Waste Management Services, Lot 2 – Healthcare Waste & Related Services

Contact name

Andrea Linney

Address

Bradford Road
BATLEY
West Yorkshire
WF17 5PW
United Kingdom

Telephone

030 3330 8964

Email

Andrea.linney@locala.org.uk

For additional information on how to apply for this contract click here

 

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