Seasonal Flu Sharps Bins

Seasonal Flu Waste.

The flu season is here!
Anenta supply a simple, all inclusive, service to help you dispose of the associated waste. You will find it hard to beat our price or quality of service.

How it works

  • Simple Online Ordering

    Order a small 11.5L or large 22.5L sharps bin. The price includes the container, delivery, collection and all required documentation. Alternatively call us on 033 0122 2143 and we can help you order.

  • Quick Delivery

    Your safe and simple to operate sharps container will be delivered and ready to start using within 3 to 5 working days.

  • Flexible Collections

    When you are ready give us a call and we will arrange for it to be collected. If required we will arrange for a new container to be delivered at the same time.

Waste Disposal for Flu Vaccinations - All Inclusive

  ex VAT

This 'All Inclusive' price gives you:

  • •  Sharps container and its delivery
  • •  Collection and safe destruction of the waste
  • •  HWCN (Hazardous Waste Consignment Note)
  • •  No contract

Smaller size avaliable request.


Why do I need to pay for the waste this year?

Commissioning of the flu service is under either NHS England National Advanced Flu Service or NHS England London Region Flu and Pneumococcal Service. The obligation for the safe disposal of clinical waste (sharps and potentially infectious soft waste) generated through the delivery of the service now sits with the producer. The disposal of this waste type was previously conducted under the wider NHS England waste contracts.

Why can a sharps container only be used for 3 months?

The Safe Management of Healthcare Waste (version 2.0) document provides guidance on sharps waste and disposal. The key point is to prevent the spread of infectious properties while optimising the capacity of the container. To manage risk appropriately it is advised that sharps containers ate not used for more than 3 months.

Why can I only fill the container 3/4 full?

Over filling a sharps container can prevent the aperture from locking. There is also a risk of sharps protruding from the aperture which could result in a needle stick injury. Only filling to 3/4 full reduces the risks to you, patients and the disposal agent.

Why do I need an HWCN (Hazardous Waste Consignment Note)?

Sharps waste are classified as hazardous. For every collection of hazardous waste a HWCN is required by law to demonstrate the safe and acceptable transfer waste.

Who are Anenta?

Anenta are a waste management company providing solutions in both the public and private sector. We are managing NHS England waste contracts covering GP and Pharmacy activity to ensure you get the service specified in these contracts. Our unique online management systems provide confidence and transparency to our customers, at all times. Visit for more details.

What other waste can Anenta help me with?

Anenta offer a full range of waste services at very competitive prices, including recycling, general, confidential, sanitary and clinical. If you would like to find out more please visit