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Chandler is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States, and is a prominent suburb of the Phoenix, Arizona, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). It is bordered to the north and west by Tempe, to the north by Mesa, to the west by Phoenix, to the south by the Gila River Indian Community, and to the east by Gilbert. As of July 2014, the population was 254,276 according to the United States Census Bureau, however, according to the city’s official website, Chandler’s Planning Division estimated the population as of September 2012 being 239,610. It also has satellite locations for many technology companies, including Intel and Orbital ATK.
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Chandler is a city within Maricopa, Arizona. It is bordered by the cities Tempe, Mesa, Phoenix, Gila River Indian Community, and Gilbert. Within the state of Arizona, you can find the city of Chandler in the south/central region. The city was named after veterinarian, Dr. A. J. Chandler, who settled in the area in 1891 after purchasing 80 acres of land from the federal government south of Mesa in the Salt River Valley. By the turn of the 19th century, Dr. Chandler owned 18,000 acres of ranch and advertise nationally plots of this land for sale. One year after the first land sale, the city of Chandler was beginning to look like an established town with business along the west and south side.
In recent years, Chandler has had to expend its borders with such a population boom. In 1980 the population was merely 30,000 and has increased to more than 240,000 today. This boom can be faulted by the economic diversity the city has seen throughout its years. The agriculture industry was a main economic factor during the beginning of the city. Cotton, grains, and alfalfa were the primary crops but farmers also raised cattle and sheep. The Great Depression did not exempt the city of Chandler and the agriculture industry. While agriculture is still somewhat of a vital element, Chandler now enjoys a strong manufacturing and electronics sector.
Experiencing such a big population boom within such a little amount of time, Chandler has shaped its community to accommodate. The downtown storefronts have been restored to a modern version of their original turn-of-the-century look, and the plaza has been redesigned and named after the City’s founder. City of Chandler Parks and Recreation Division has also aimed to accommodate residents and visitors through top of the line amenities. Some of those amenities include: Center for the Arts, Arrowhead Meadows Park, awarded winning restaurants, and world-class retail shopping throughout the downtown region. To compliment theses amenities, Chandler holds many family festivals, such as the Ostrich Festival and other annual events, which always attract residents or travelers to flock to the inner city. Due to all these factors, the citizens of Chandlers enjoy a quality of life unsurpassed in the Valley today.
The healthcare facilities of Chandler have the enormous task of aiding more than 240,000 residents. The Chandler Regional Medical Center is a nationally ranked hospital within the city of Chandler. In addition to this facility, Chandler is home to many other first-class medical facilities: The Warner Orthopedic Surgical Hospital, Dobson Village, Advanced Medical Complex, Presidio and the Halstead. Disposing of the medical waste that is produced from each one of these facilities can be difficult and costly expense.
MedPro Disposal offers cost effective programs that will safely dispose of healthcare facilities medical waste. The programs offered include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Medical waste disposal is often overlooked when searching for ways to cut facilities cost and improve service.
MedPro Disposal’s medical waste disposal is a simple process that isn’t overseen by hidden fees and unnecessary charges. Give us a call today, for a free no-hassle quote how much you will be saving choosing us, and too also hear our personalized strategy to we will develop for your facility. Once this customized strategy is in play, we begin our medical waste program by providing your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up date, we will collect the old boxes. This process is restart by providing you with new red-lined cardboard boxes on that same scheduled pick-up date.
To ensure the safe disposal of all unwanted or unused medications for the Chandler region, MedPro Disposal’s offers the pharmaceutical mailback program. This program give you the ability to easily dispose of the expired/unwanted/unused pharmaceuticals at an affordable cost. We will provide you with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket that will collect the pharmaceuticals. This program will also eliminate monthly changes due to the fact that our buckets are only a one-time charge. Once the bucket has been filled, simply attach the prepaid UPS return label that comes equipped with the bucket and place it in the mail. Since this program is a one-time fee, it gives you’re the opportunity to take one week or one year to use the bucket.
OSHA compliance training is required for employees that will be possibility be handling medical waste. MedPro Disposals OSHA compliance training will give your employees the knowledge that is required without having to waste a day traveling to a consultant. Our training consist of short educational videos that can be specific to your facility with knowing the type of equipment and other variables your employees will be in contact with. Upon completion of each section of the OSHA compliance training course, short multiple choice questions will be asked to ensure the information is being retained. Participates are awarded with certificates of completion once the course is finished, and can be accessed online for filling purposes.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal has to offer to the healthcare facilities of the beautiful city of Chandler are enormous. Through one of the programs we have to offer, your facility will surely be saving money and relieved you from any waste worries. On average, MedPro Disposal customers can expect to see 20-40% in savings annually.
The City also uses water from 22 wells operating in the City. Chandler's oldest drinking water well is the Erie well, which has been in service since 1948. Over that time, it has produced an estimated eight billion, 614 million (8,614,000,000) gallons of drinking water.