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Menadiol 10mg tablets supply issue

PSNC has become aware that Alliance Pharmaceuticals Ltd has transferred the production of its licensed Menadiol Diphosphate Tablets 10mg to another site but delays mean that it is likely to be out of stock until October 2018. In the meantime, Alliance are going to supply the equivalent unlicensed Menadiol Diphosphate Tablets 10mg, which will be...

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GDPR: Primary care leaders press for exemption for smaller NHS providers from need to appoint DPO

PSNC, the National Pharmacy Association, the British Dental Association and the Optical Confederation are calling on the Government to exempt NHS primary care providers, including community pharmacies, from a specific section of the Data Protection Bill. The four representative bodies believe that the requirements in the Bill go beyond the terms of the General Data...

1 day ago

March 2018 Price Concessions/NCSO – 1st update

Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has today granted the following price concessions for March 2018: Drug Pack size Price Concession Amiloride 5mg tablets 28 £2.87 Anastrozole 1mg tablets 28 £4.70 Bicalutamide 150mg tablets 28 £21.00 Bisacodyl 5mg tablets 60 £3.60 Chlorpromazine 100mg tablets 28 £32.01 Chlorpromazine 25mg tablets 28 £31.74 Chlorpromazine 50mg tablets...

2 days ago

Disposal of Unwanted Medicines


Disposal of Unwanted Medicines

Queries relating to the hazardous waste bins (yellow bins) should be directed to the NHS England West Yorkshire Area Team: 

england.wyat-phes@nhs.net - 0113 825 2700


Disposal of needles, syringes and sharps

Some community pharmacies across West Yorkshire are able to accept needles, syringes and sharps for disposal.

These sharps can only be accepted if they are taken to the pharmacy in a sealed yellow 1 litre sharps bin.  Pharmacies are unable to accept loose sharps or sharps that are not in the specified container.

If you do not have a yellow 1 litre sharps bin then these are available on prescription from the professional who prescribed you the needles, syringes or sharps.

Do not use other bins

You should not put used needles or other sharps:

- in your household waste bin or any other general refuse bin

- in a container that's no longer needed, such as a drinks can or bottle


A list of pharmacies providing this service can be found on the link below:

Pharmacies Disposing of Diabetic Sharps


The above list was updated in October 2017.  If your pharmacy appears on this list and you no longer accept sharps or if you do accept sharps and your pharmacy details are omitted, please advise info@cpwy.org.

If you do not have a sharps bin, but would like to offer this service, please contact NHS England West Yorkshire Area Team.  Contact details can be found above.


This service is for people who have been prescribed needles, syringes or sharps.  If you have found needles or syringes in a public area then you should contact your local council to arrange disposal.