Compass Medical Waste Services Efficiently Disposes of CANSA’s Medical Waste
“CANSA’s screening programmes to enable early detection are in full force through our CANSA Care Centres in local communities, corporates and through our mobile health clinics, and we are actively ensuring that South Africans are taking care of themselves and are aware of the importance of lowering their cancer risk,” says CANSA Head of Service Delivery, Gerda Strauss.
“It is for this reason that we need a partner who can service us nationally and has the same high standards that we do in terms of quality and care. The public can rest assured that all of the medical waste that we create is being processed and disposed of as it should be, thanks to Compass Medical Waste services,” Strauss continues.
“Compass Medical Waste Services has over 20 years of experience, and offers our customers peace of mind that the management of their healthcare risk waste is taken care of. This, in turn, allows them to focus their attention on their core business, which in the case of CANSA is fighting cancer – a disease which has impacted most families in our country. Our goal is to partner with our customers to create longevity and solid relationships. We’re in it for the long haul, and this we believe, makes all the difference,” says Samantha Immelman, Compass’ National Sales Manager.
Compass Medical Waste Services’ excellent track record, coupled with our capacity, means we are fully equipped to manage the ‘cradle to grave’ process of healthcare risk waste containment, transportation, treatment and disposal. With over 20 years’ experience, our expert advice and solution-orientated approach gives our customers peace of mind that they are partnering with an experienced, reliable and responsive service provider.
We are proud to be associated with CANSA – the leaders in the fight against cancer in South Africa – and support and commend their mission to lower cancer risk through research and educating the public, as well as providing care and support to all people affected by cancer.