Sharpak — where safety always comes first.

Sharpak - moving towards a more efficient and recycled future.

Our material planning and ongoing risk analysis provide us with valuable intelligence in our decision making and selection processes as we move towards a more efficient and recycled future. Our new investment in technology has enabled us to reach our ambitious climate change levy commitments 3 years early. Meaning that today, we use 20% less energy to process each tonne of plastic. And we continue to push for more:

Sharpak - We have reduced the energy taken to produce the Sharpak range by 43% in the year to July 2021

We have reduced the energy taken to produce the Sharpak range by 43% in the year to July 2021

Sharpak - Further projects are planned in our production areas to improve the efficiencies in production to save a further 10%

Further projects are planned in our production areas to improve the efficiencies in production to save a further 10%

Sharpak - We have started the process to register for ISO 14001

We have started the process to register for ISO 14001

Sharpak - Continually run ongoing trials with recycled materials as the industry standard improve to ensure we use recycled materials wherever we can

Continually run ongoing trials with recycled materials as the industry standard improve to ensure we use recycled materials wherever we can

Sharpak - Regularly working with clinicians to educate our users to only place clinical waste in the bins - with the target of reducing bin usage by 50%

Regularly working with clinicians to educate our users to only place clinical waste in the bins - with the target of reducing bin usage by 50%

Sharpak - Within Inpress Plastics initiating research into renewable materials and identifying potential uses

Within Inpress Plastics initiating research into renewable materials and identifying potential uses

Sharpak - Successfully trialled products to reduce polymer content of Sharps bins by 25% - working through UN approval processes

Successfully trialled products to reduce polymer content of Sharps bins by 25% - working through UN approval processes