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It is quite scary to come across sharp instruments such as razors and needles scattering around. The very first thing one thinks about is the accident which may be caused by such sharp materials. All this calls for a sharps collection system. The proper disposal and safe management of sharps waste are quite important in the society as this reduces the risks associated with coming into contact with such items. For instance, a scalpel might cause a cut and even worse, the transmission of diseases such as HIV/AIDS. The safe disposal of such materials also ensures that one complies with the regulations of hazardous wastes. The disposal and collection of sharps are always determined by the medicinal contamination associated. This also dictates the colour of the sharps collector as each is individually crafted for its very own waste. Some of the items classified as sharps include; syringes, scalpels, test tubes as well as glass, either broken or intact. The container used to collect sharps is referred to as a sharps bin. Sharps bins are essential in the disposal and safe storage of every sharps waste category. The sharps bins are always colour coded according to the UN approvals which ensure that the waste is sorted for proper disposal. The sharps bins are also puncture and impact resistant. They are also seepage proof which guarantees absolute protection to the users. The colour coordination of sharps bin lids includes orange, yellow, purple, as well as blue.