NHS waste firm loses contracts
A CLINICAL waste disposal firm has been stripped of its NHS contracts after allowing body parts to pile up at facilities.
Healthcare Environment Services had “failed to demonstrate that they were operating within their contractual limits”.
Health Minister Stephen Barclay told MPs that 15 NHS trusts had served termination notices to HES, with the work being taken over by Mitie.
In a statement to Parliament he said: “I can confirm that NHS services continue to operate as normal.”