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RE: [IPk] Sharps bins



I use a sharps bin. I get one dropped off and collected by my local council.

> Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 16:53:27 +0100
> From: email @ redacted
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Sharps bins
>
> > TheB bulk of my sharps waste is the reservoir filling, double ended
needle
> > (Medtronic), they do fill a sharps bin up quite quickly.
> > The insertion needle doesnbt take much space when it has been folded
shut.
>
> Must admit I've never even thought about those because they (a) don't
> come into contact with contaminants like blood since they never touch
> you, and (b) they're almost impossible to accidentally stab yourself on
> because the needle bit's so well protected.
>
> I don't actually use a glass jar for my sharps (since it could smash)
> but I use a strong plastic or metal one.
> Di
> .
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