At STERIGERMS we set out to improve health security for everyone while at the same time looking after the environment.

At STERIGERMS we want to do something for current and future generations by limiting risks of infection and contamination linked to clinical waste, which means:

  • Helping to design or redesign the overall waste management chain, including non-infectious residual waste.
  • Developing and coming up with in situ, ecological, ergonomic and mobile solutions tailored to the various regulations, uses and constraints;
  • Offering services to help local members of staff in the organisation and management of infectious waste;

STERIGERMS’ customers and partners are improving the way that STERIGERMS is used every day by working together to build the best possible in situ waste management system, by:

  • Responding to both short and medium term goals
  • Taking any constraints and uses that are identified on board
  • Drawing on STERIGERMS’ innovative, constantly developing technology

… So that we can work together to build the in situ clinical waste management system for healthcare facilities and our partners.

STERIGERMS and the company’s partners have developed wide experience in designing and developing new in situ clinical waste management systems in complex environment.

The combination of this experience, tried-and-tested STERIGERMS technology and the co-construction methodology gives STERIGERMS’ customers and partners the benefits of an effective long-term solution, which fulfils their goals.



  • Being a long way away from your healthcare facility or care unit is a problem when it comes to treating your potentially infectious clinical waste
  • Neutralising clinical waste as close as possible to where it is produced in order to ensure maximum safety for anyone who might be infected is one of your top priorities.
  • You have a lot of constraints relating to the in situ treatment of clinical waste – water supply, limited space, noise and smell levels, etc.
  • You need to minimise the amount of infectious waste stored on your site.
  • Your business’s carbon footprint is a major issue and you are concerned about how it is affected by treating biomedical waste.
  • You would like to take back control over the treatment of the medical waste generated on your site.
  • The reliability of an in situ clinical waste treatment machine is critical for you.
  • You want to put together a range of in situ clinical waste collection and treatment services.