Sanitary Disposal Service

Our customer care team can advise on your legal obligations when it comes to kitting out your ladies washroom facilities.

Call our team of experts today on:

01442 870 682

Service Guarantee

Our service guarantee is unique as it states that if you don't receive 100% of your annual contracted service visits then we will refund your FULL annual charge...and that's a promise!


Our customer care team can advise on your legal obligations when it comes to kitting out your ladies washroom facilities as well as which one of our sanitary units best work with your existing facilities. We can also advise on which service frequency best suits your business.

All of our Service Operatives are uniformed, fully trained, carry Prestige Hygiene ID badges and are all DBS checked to enhanced level.

The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 specify that all companies are required to provide a suitable means for the disposal of sanitary dressings in ladies washrooms.

The Water Industries Act 1991 also states that no items should be flushed that could cause a blockage within a sewer or a drain.

The Environmental Protection Act 1990 places a legal 'duty of care' upon companies to ensure that all waste produced at their premises is correctly managed right up to the point of final disposal.

The transportation of category E sanitary waste needs to be undertaken by a company such as ours that holds a current Waste Carriers Licence issued by the Environment Agency.

Prestige Hygiene will provide you with the legally required Waste Transfer Documentation free of charge!

Do you feel safe enough to fly again?

Japanese airline 'ANA' have just introduced hands-free toilet doors on their planes amid the pandemic. Hand hygiene has never been so important- but is this a step too far? Or should our airlines here in England be looking into innovative ideas around the most basic of daily tasks like this company? Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic, Hygiene is at the forefront of everyone's minds and we really think it will be for a long while to come. Naturally, companies everywhere are trying their hardest to come up with innovative ways to get around the simplest of tasks. ANA- A Japanese airline- have been among these companies with their hands-free toilet doors on their aircrafts. We believe these could be the future and we could see British Airlines adopting a similar approach to the pandemic too.

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