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Tempe is named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. The city is located in the East Valley section of metropolitan Phoenix; it is bordered by Phoenix and Guadalupe on the west, Scottsdale on the north, Chandler on the south, and Mesa on the east.
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Tempe is a largest city within Maricopa County. It is located in the East Valley and bordered by Phoenix on the southeast, Guadalupe on the east, and Scottsdale on the north. With a total population census of 175,826 in 2015, Tempe is one of the most densely populated cities in the state and serves as a crossroads for the area’s largest communities. The name “Tempe” originated in reference to the “Valley of Tempe” near Mount Olympus in Greece.
The nation’s second-largest University is packed inside Tempes 40 square miles. Arizona State University was founded when residents donated their own land so the school could be built in 1885. The city of Tempe has always put education as a top priority. Today, the university has nearly 63,000 students that take advantage of the beautiful campus that is easy to navigate. Residents and students both have tremendous pride towards the Arizona States Sun Devils sports teams. Arizona State University provides Tempe with an amazing number of cultural experiences not found anywhere else in Arizona. Tempe exudes its own personality and the youthful spirit of a college town.
Residents of the Tempe area are fortunate enough to take advantage of the outstanding career opportunities in all different types of industries. Today, Tempe is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies headquarters: Insight Enterprises, Limelight Networks, LifeLock, First Solar, Edward Jones Investments, China Airlines, Go Daddy, and Google. Although, according to the Tempe 2012 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employer within the city is Arizona State University with 11,185 employees. The city promotes knowledge-based business when describing the economy, and is reflect by the saying Tempe is “the smart place to be”. This saying came about from the claim of 300 tech-based firms and more high-tech workers than any other city in Arizona.
The healthcare facilities in Tempe are dedicated to provide the absolute best care to residents. Some of the major hospitals and clinics within the city include: Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, and Honor Health Medical Group. With over 160,000 residents to care for, the amount of medical waste that is produce is large. Often, the removal of this waste is costly for the facility.
MedPro Disposal specializes in medical waste disposal for the Tempe region. The programs we have to offer will ensure your facility receives reliable service without having to break your wallet. The cost-effective programs offer include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Give us a call today for a free, no hassle quote on how much you will be saving choosing MedPro Disposal to dispose of your medical waste.
Disposing of medical waste is a fairly simple process but can become tricky. Here at MedPro Disposal, all we require for developing you a free disposal strategy is knowing the fluctuation of waste and how often your waste is currently being picked up for disposal. Once a personalized plan for your facility is developed and set into action, we will provide your facility with red-lined card board boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up dates, the boxes will be collected. On that same pick-up date, the process is restarted by providing you with new red-lined boxes.
Medicines play an important role in treating many conditions and diseases and when they are no longer needed it is important to dispose of them properly to help reduce harm from accidental exposure or intentional misuse. MedPro Disposal’s Pharmaceutical Mailback program will ensure of the safe disposal at a cost-effective price. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket that will collect the unwanted or expired medication comes with a prepaid UPS return label. Once the bucket has been filled simply attach the return label onto the bucket and place it in the mail. Don’t worry about monthly payments for this service, the regulated buckets are a one-time fee. This also allows you to take however long needed to fill the bucket.
Your employees are required to have proper OSHA training to handle medical waste. MedPro Disposals OSHA training makes ensures your facility’s employees to be compliant of on all OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other regulations. MedPro Disposals training is hosted through our online portal, thus eliminating wasting a day on traveling to a consultant. After each section of the course, your employees will quizzed to ensure the information is being retained. Upon completion of the course, participates are awarded a certificate of completion. This certificate can be accessed online at any point of time for filing purposes.
Let MedPro Disposal relive you from costly medical waste disposal. On average, MedPro Disposal will save your facility 20-40% annually. The specialized programs offered to Tempe include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Let us deal with your trash, while you tend to aid the residents of Tempe.
In 1966, an innovative group of ASU architecture students came up with a design for an inland seaport in the desert, which in 1999 morphed into Tempe Town Lake, a two-mile water recreational area in the heart of Tempe.