The Sus-Op Network is for everyone interested in improving the environmental sustainability of operating theatres.   

Reducing waste in the theatre environment

I'm a junior doctor interested in reducing the amount of clinical waste produced by the theatres in the hospital that I work in, much as the recycling project in the Oxford John Radcliffe Hospital did.

http://networks.sustainablehealthcare.org.uk/networks/sustainable-operating-theatres/introducing-recycling-operating-theatres-oxford-case-study​ 

It would be great to hear from others who are implementing similar projects, or know of similar projects that are currently in operation.

Sustainability in Ophthalmology

In Sustainability in Ophthalmology the Royal College of Ophthalmologists calls for leadership from the profession and the healthcare industry to develop best practice and integrate these into our service redesign. This is a position paper from the College, designed for Ophthalmologists, alli

Royal College of Ophthalmologists
April, 2013

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Sustainability in Ophthalmology

In Sustainability in Ophthalmology the Royal College of Ophthalmologists calls for leadership from the profession and the healthcare industry to develop best practice and integrate these into our service redesign. This is a position paper from the College, designed for Ophthalmologists, alli

Royal College of Ophthalmologists
April, 2013

Introducing recycling into the operating theatres (Oxford case study)

The Oxford University Hospitals Trust has reduced the amount of waste going to landfill or incineration by introducing recycling into the operating theatre setting. Previously all waste from clinical areas was disposed of via orange clinical waste bags.

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare
April, 2012
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