Path Waste commenced business in 1987. With the out break of HIV it became apparent to Brian Carty that needles had to be separated from the general waste stream. Guidelines were then drawn up in conjunction with the Health Department of WA. To the best of our knowledge this was the first company to offer this service and also the first set of guidelines.
We will happily supply you containers directly. You do not have to use our collection and disposal services.
Two size containers containers 20 litre and 60 litre. Each comes with its own liner and absorbent material to reduce the odor. They also have air tight lids to make life a little more pleasant.
We supply containers that are lockable. The containers are smaller than the normal. This means that they take up less space are more easily moved and can be emptied more frequently. So the records are not laying around with out supervision.
Sanitary Napkin Disposal
Path waste was the first company to provide hands free disposal. Something that is now accepted as the industry standard. The bins come with their own liner. This helps us keep the bin clean. Granules to suppress odour and absorbent granules.
SOME SAMPLES OF AVAILABLE CONTAINERS
210 X 190 X 190 MM. Small foot print but very stable hard to knock over. Fits neatly in cupboards or on work benches.
210 X 140 X 150 MM. Very stable hard to knock over. Fits neatly in cupboards or on work benches particularly against splash backs.
240 X 250 X 250 MM. Almost a cube but very stable hard to knock over. Often used in sterilizing rooms where benches have chutes to dispose of waste products.Fits neatly in cupboards or on work benches.
330 X 150 X 270 MM. Fits neatly on work benches against splash back. Snap on lid. Difficult to accidently seal for life.
330 x 150 x 360 Fits on
benches and in large
cupboards. Best against a
250 x 250 x 350 Rather
Cube in shape good size for
175 x 175 x 250 MM Closed.
Premium quality. Spring loaded
temporary closer.and permanent