What we accept
We accept all brands of diabetes wearable sensors, insulin patches and applicators.
O’Sullivan’s, 3 O’Connell Avenue V94 AFY2
O’Sullivan’s, Unit 2, The Park, Lord Edward St V94 FR80
O’Sullivan’s, Park Lodge, Rhebogue V94 H229
O’Sullivan’s, 3 Corbally Centre, Corbally V94 WFX9
Halleys (Careplus), Newtown Centre V94 NCC1
Keatings (Careplus), Unit 3 Westbury Shopping Centre, Corbally V94 E3TK
Lloyds, Castletroy SC. V94 XC78
Lloyds, Roxboro Shopping Centre V94 DR67
O’Malley’s, St Nessan’s Road, Dooradoyle” V94EKN3
Raheen, Unit 3, Courtfields Shopping Centre, Raheen V94 0X34
Haven, 33 Davis Street V94 D620
Scanlons, Northtown Shopping Centre, Ennis Road” V94 7C96
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Many biosensor devices are single-use for patient safety – once disposed they end up as clinical waste, e-waste or worse as municipal waste – none of it allowing efficient recycling and recovery of precious components and materials.
MedalCRM is a first take-back programme in Ireland, addressing this problem in an efficient and user friendly way.
What happens with collected devices?
Nothing goes to the landfill.
Nothing gets incinerated.
Properly disposing used medical devices is helping to reduce the waste and recover materials that would often have to be mined from earth, at high environmental cost and using much more energy.
Where possible, device components (i.e. circuit boards or chips) might be extracted for future reuse.
Applicator and container are recycled with near 100% material recovery:
- Ferrous metals
- Circuit Printed Boards
- Other metals
Frequently Asked Questions
No, it’s free! Just bring them to one of the participating pharmacies and we will take care of everything else.
We hope to bring that option soon, but for now we only collect used devices at the participating pharmacies.
Collection bins will be available for you in the participating pharmacies until end of October 2022.