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Dental Waste Disposal & Cleaning Services

From root canals and fillings to cosmetic whitening and straightening, oral health is a significant part of our everyday lives. Dental check-ups and appointments are key to this, and at Janitorial Direct, we have a range of hygiene and washroom services to help make every visit as stress-free as it can be.

How Dental Waste Disposal Services Can Help Your Surgery Run More Effectively

When it comes to building trust with patients and ensuring a safe working environment, as a dentist or hygienist you'll understand the importance of correct hygiene practices. From providing a warm, welcoming and clean office to efficient disposal of dental waste, it's all part of running a reliable and safe surgery.

Dental care services in England are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Dentists must maintain CQC compliance at all times to ensure correct hygiene practices and to be prepared in the event of an inspection. Not only is it crucial to ensure high levels of cleanliness, but also to ensure patient retention, prevent the spread of infection and pass potential spot checks.

We know how important it is to be able to return your patient rooms to safe sanitary standards quickly between appointments to keep things running smoothly and ensure visits stay on time. That's why we offer a wide range of managed dental services that can help to reduce the turnaround time, such as environmentally-friendly clinical disposal of dental amalgam, sharps disposal, and much more.

The easy and safe disposal of tools is imperative when it comes to operating an efficient dentist surgery, as it prevents infection and the spread of bloodborne diseases whilst keeping staff safe. At Janitorial direct, we offer fully managed services to take the hassle out of this process and to give you more time to do what you do best - make sure patients leave with a smile.


Which services can Janitorial Direct offer my dental surgery?

At Janitorial Direct, we have years of experience working with dentists across the country. Whether you opt for our managed services or decide to purchase equipment from us directly, we can offer you:

  • Sharps & medical bins
  • Bridges and crown containers
  • Amalgam, gypsum, slurry and foil containers
  • Dental fixer boxes
  • Washroom equipment

…. and much, much more - alongside our expert hygiene advice and guidance, of course. Our fully managed service offers peace of mind, covering supply, installation, maintenance, refills and disposal.

How can I prevent COVID-19 in my dental surgery?

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of cleanliness and hygiene across the medical and healthcare sector, forcing providers to re-evaluate and improve cleaning routines. To prevent the spread of COVID, you should:

  • Have a regular schedule for surface wipedowns
  • Keep reception and office areas free from clutter to enable easy cleaning
  • Follow a colour coding system for all cleaning equipment
  • Require staff and visitors to wear surgical masks
  • Maintain strict hygiene routines such as wearing latex gloves and protective clothing
  • Regular cleaning and disinfection of washrooms

It's more important than ever to consider the effectiveness of your hygiene routines as dentists, nurses and hygienists frequently come into direct contact with bodily fluids, such as saliva or blood.

Do you provide "Duty of Care" certificates for dentists?

Yes every service we provide for collection of waste, we provide a "Duty of Care" certificate it automatically is emailed to customers.

Do you provide transfer notes?

Yes, we provide "Transfer notes "for the classification of waste and / or the volume of certain waste that requires them.
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At Janitorial Direct, we offer a comprehensive medical waste removal service, ideal for doctors’ surgeries; health practises; tattoo studios; medical centres; nursing homes and any location with first aid capabilitity

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