A hygienic apparatus which totally dissolves sharps from such places as health-care centers, operating rooms laboratories, and the like. The apparatus accepts all sorts of metal sharp instruments. The sharp metal portion is removed from any plastic component of the instrument. The plastic components are collected for sterilization through microwaves or similar process; the sharp metal instruments are dissolved using electrolysis and the liquid is discharged into conventional sewer systems. The sharp instruments, until their dissolution, are secured by a magnet within the apparatus.