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Rogers is a city in Benton County, Arkansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city has a population of 55,964 making the state’s-eighth largest city. Rogers is located in the northwest portion of the state in the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan Area, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation and is ranked 109th in terms of population in the United States with 465,776 in 2010 according to the United States Census Bureau.
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Roger is a city located in Benton County, Arkansas. The 2010 total population census shows that the city of Roger has a total population of 55,964, making it the 9th largest city of Arkansas. The city was named after Captain Charles Warrington Rogers, who was vice-president and general manager of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway. The town was established in 1881, which is the year Frisco line arrived.
During the 1960s, Rogers was a tiny town of some 6000 residents. But it would change in 1962, when a fledgling store owner named Sam Walton opened Walmart Discount City. This would forever change the retail landscape. The city of Rogers is home to the first Walmart store in the United States, whose headquarters is located in neighboring Bentonville, Arkansas. The headquarters employs some 13,000 people. Also, Daisy Outdoor Products has both of its headquarters in Rogers. Visitors to Rogers can tour the Daisy Airgun Museum, located in the historic section of downtown in a building that dates back to 1896.
Roger offers great amenities to visitors and residents of the greater area. From outdoor activities to relaxing amenities, Roger has it all. There is an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities in nearby lakes and mountain areas. On the city’s eastern edge, is one of the Rogers’ most beautiful attraction, Lake Atlanta. This lake and park serves as a getaway place for all who visit. This manmade lake was built in the 1930’s when the Words Progress Administration built a dam along Prairie Creek. Ten miles north of the lake, is Pea Ridge National Military Park that marks the location of a Civil War battle.
Modern Day Rogers has had to develop a plan to launch the building of new facilities to keep up with the city’s growth. One of the newest facilities built has been the Regional Sport Park which includes six fields, water field, and a playground. Although these new facilities are aiming towards the new growth, they have not been around long enough to effect the community compared to some of the hospitals and museums. Some of the major hospitals within the area include: Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas, NW Medical Plaza at Pinnacle, and Washing Regional Medical Center.
Facilities like the ones stated above produce medical waste. This medical waste is often costly and expensive to dispose of and is overlooked when searching for ways to cut your facilities costs. MedPro Disposal cost-effective programs will ensure of the safe disposal for your facilities medical waste, all at an affordable cost: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training.
MedPro Disposal’s medical waste disposal program is aimed at being the upmost affordable while still ensuring of the reliable service of disposing your medical waste. Give us a call today for a free, no-hassle quote on how much you will be saving and to also hear a customized plan we will develop for the removal of the facility’s waste. To begin our program, MedPro will provide the facility with red-lined cardboard boxes to accumulate medical waste. Upon your scheduled pickup dates, we will travel to your facility to collect the old boxes. This whole process is than restarted by providing new red-lined boxes on those same scheduled pick-up dates.
Pharmaceutical mail-back is great way to ensure that unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals are properly disposed of. This MedPro program also gives you the flexibility and freedom that you deserve. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets are what will accumulate theses pharmaceuticals. Buckets are only a one-time charge, rather than billing your facility monthly for usage. Another benefit that this one-time charge gives, is the freedom to take however long to fill up the bucket. One week or one year, you may take however long to collect! Once the bucket has been filled, simply attach the prepared UPS return and place it in the mail for disposal. MedPro will handle the rest from there!
To complement our medical waste and pharmaceutical mail-back, MedPro Disposal offers OSHA compliance training. It is highly suggested and also state/federally required that your employees have been certified to handle medical waste. Our training will consist of short educational videos, and are followed by multiple-choice questions after each section. These questions are put in place to ensure participates are retaining the valuable information. All of our training is done via our online portal. Thus, allowing your employees to become certified at the simplicity of your facility.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal has to offer the Rogers region facilities that produce medical waste, are enormous. Through one the programs offered, you facility will surely be saving finically and won’t have to compensate for unreliable service. Some of these programs include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training.
The first retail business owned by the Stroud family was a store in Pea Ridge, Arkansas, which was co-owned by Allen Bryant Stroud and his son Harlan Lafayette Stroud. Stroud's continued to be the leading retail business in Rogers up into the 1960s, when in 1962 Sam Walton opened the first location of what would become the retail giant Walmart just seven blocks away. Walton's new store combined with the nationwide movement of retail centers from aged downtown's to malls and shopping centers slowly eroded Stroud's customer base, leading the locally beloved retailer to permanently close in 1993 after 109 years in business.