Dental professionals follow strict guidelines around the disposal of dental waste, Hazardous Waste such as Sharps, Amalgam, Mercury and Xray Fluid and Film along with Confidential Client information is essential.
Controlled waste generated such as used, swabs, and disposable gloves and instruments used in dental procedures need to be disposed of in a safe manner as referred to in the NZS 4304:2002 Management of Healthcare Waste.
Here at Nitrogenx, we provide a range of dental waste solutions including:
• Medical Oxygen Supply
• Medical Oxygen Equipment; carry bags, trolleys, regulators
• Medical Waste Bins & Bags – supply and disposal
• Sharps Containers – supply and disposal
• Dangerous Goods Disposal such as Mercury, Adaspor and Fixer Fluid
• Confidential Document & X-ray Destruction
• Odour Control solutions for containment areas and to reduce bacteria
Nitrogenx supplies Medical Oxygen and accessories that are required by NZDA practice standard for medical emergencies in your facility. Refer to Code of Practice for Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice: 2014 for more information.
Working with practices and clinics of all sizes to ensure you have the best strategy, supply and disposal methods that suit your clinic.
Offering a door-to-door delivery service throughout Auckland, Hamilton, Waikato, Tauranga & Bay of Plenty. A majority of our equipment for Medical Oxygen and Liquid Nitrogen can be shipped throughout New Zealand.
Every clinic in our door-to-door service area receives a visit from one of our sales consultants to create a tailor-made service plan that suits your needs based on the size and requirements of your practice or clinic. We offer free Audits in relation to the products and services we supply to ensure the requirements of Code of Practice for Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice: 2014.
Nitrogenx is a 100% New Zealand Owned and Operated Company, employing Kiwi’s and investing back into our Community.
Dental clinics are now required to be carrying Besmed Airway and Besmed Adult Reservoir & Tubing according to the Code of Practice for Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice from Dental Council : September 2014.
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