Although there has been research around the benefits of Low Dead Space (LDS) injecting equipment for a number of years there has been an increasing interest in it recently. Even the New York Times has featured articles on the subject. So it's clear that now is the ideal time for some innovation in the development of injecting kit.
However Exchange Supplies in an attempt to make things a little clearer have produced a small guide to needles and syringes called "What Works"
It's not often you get some totally new equipment in a needle programme and the last thing I expected people to be innovative with was a sharps bin.
The new bin from Exchange Supplies is something which will change whole aspects of the way we work with used injecting equipment, not to mention the fact it is (in my opinion at least) a better bin from the injectors point of view.