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Potentially infectious material or sharps must be disposed of in the correctly marked leak proof container with a bio-hazard label on it. These containers are yellow in colour and have special caps to prevent the content from coming out but you must not overfill them and they must be disposed of correctly.

Also, the needle stick prevention act requires appropriate disposal of needles in puncture proof containers, never recap or bend needles.