When you are ready to dispose of your continence care products, you are advised to:
· Roll-up the used incontinence product with the waterproof backing on the outside.
· Wrap the used incontinence product in newspaper or in a plastic bag.
· In most areas, you can then place incontinence products with household refuse. However, some local councils will provide you with a special ‘clinical waste’ bag in which you should store your used incontinence products, ready for collection.
· If you are unsure about the local disposable policy, check with your Continence Advisor or nurse who arranged your supply, or with your local council.
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