North Devon Council do not arrange clinical waste collections. Please contact Peake GB. Clinical waste is waste that consists wholly or partly of: human tissue blood or bodily fluids from wounds used swabs or dressings syringes, needles or other sharp instruments The following can be placed in your black bin: Excretions, such as nappy contents drugs or other pharmaceutical products, pop in your black bin or return to hospital or pharmacy In the case of medicines, it is recommended you dispose of these by returning them to a pharmacist. You can arrange regular or ad hoc collections to meet your needs. If you need to cancel or suspend your regular collection please contact Peake GB on 01579 342212. Container What can I put in my container? How to dispose Non-recyclable bin Non-infected gloves Non-infected aprons Non-infected swabs Non-infected bandages Non-infected nappies Non-infected incontinence pads No Sharps or pharmaceuticals This is classed as offensive (non-infected) waste and is acceptable with your regular household (non-recyclable bin) collection. Please double bag if possible. Orange sack Infected gloves Infected aprons Infected swabs Infected bandages Infected incontinence pads No Sharps or pharmaceuticals Orange bags will be collected separately to your regular household (non-recyclable)collection. This can be arranged through Peake GB. Rigid sharps container Pharmaceutically contaminated; needles, syringes, blades and scissors Rigid containers will be collected separately to your regular household (non-recyclable)collection. This can be arranged through Peake GB. Please only put rigid containers out for disposal on the day of collection and not the evening before.