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Norwalk is a city in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. According to the 2010 census, the population of the city is 85,603, making Norwalk sixth in population in Connecticut, and third in Fairfield County. The city is part of the New York metropolitan area.
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MedPro Disposal (MedPro) provides reliable, cost-effective medical waste disposal in Norwalk, Connecticut to large and small quantity generators of medical waste. MedPro began operations servicing the Midwest, and has grown to now service 44 of the 50 states. We operate in cooperation with over 80 regional affiliate haulers. Between our local operations, and our unprecedented network of affiliate haulers, we’ve got you covered.
In 1776, Nathan Hale, disguising himself as a teacher, was rowed to British-held Long Island and then on to New York to give a report to the British. Later, General William Tryon raided Norwalk with a combined force of over 2,600 Hessian and British soldiers and burned the town down, leaving only six homes untouched. After the war, the citizens of Norwalk rebuilt the town, adding coastal trade, manufacturing and shipbuilding to their farm businesses. Norwalk citizens manufactured clocks, watches, paper, pottery, and nails, and hats. Oystering peaked between 1885 and 1910, going from public oyster beds to oyster farms. Today, the oyster business is booming in Connecticut. Currently, Norwalk is home to over 80,000 residents.