We’re celebrating our 20th year on the NHS Supply Chain!

February 28, 2019

We’re proud to announce that we have been awarded a place on the NHS Supply Chain for another year – making this our 20th year on the framework!

For the last two decades, we’ve been supplying ‘Medical Furniture and Sack Holders’ to the NHS, providing the best possible patient focused healthcare products. Contributing to the NHS allows trusts and hospitals to order direct from the supply chain, giving the option to purchase all their medical goods in one place.

As part of the Supply Chain we are an approved supplier for metal, plastic and hybrid sack holders. Our range of hand and foot pedal operated clinical waste bins have been specified with a choice of fixed or removable bodies to ensure easy cleaning. As with all Wybone sackholders, they’re corrosion and fire resistant and have non-marking, wall protection systems to keep walls and floors mark free.

We’ve further developed our plastic sackholder to feature a plastic lid and frame with no metal parts, which is now available as part of the NHS Supply Chain.

The Capsule II is the newest addition to the Wybone sackholder family and has been well received by many Trusts and Hospitals. Specifically designed to meet the demand for an all plastic sackholder to be supplied to the NHS, offering strength, style and durability with absolutely no chance of rusting.

This newly designed hands-free unit is manufactured from 100% ABS plastic components and features rounded corners and incorporates an easy clean plastic frame that can help prevent the spread of infection.

We’ve been manufacturing sackholders since 1973, so we know a thing or two about clinical waste. Take a look at how our sackholders are manufactured in our production video! Find us on the supply chain by using the contract number: FAG000016857

If you would like any further information on the NHS Supply Chain or any of the listed products, feel free to give us a call on 01226 352333 or send us an email to

Wybone Sackholders on the NHS Supply Chain