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Dover is the capital and second largest city in the U.S. state of Delaware. As of 2010, the city had a population of 36,047.
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Known as “Capital of the First State”, Dover, Delaware was founded to be the court town in 1683. Dover has patriotism in its blood. The central square, referred to as “The Green”, was host to many rallies, reviews, and other patriotic moments over the many years. Dover is also home to the American Revolution wartime leader, Caesar Rodney. It is said that he rests just outside of the city, but his exact coordinates of burial are unknown.
Dover not only houses the largest employer nearby, but the largest employer in all of the state. Not all, but majority of the government for the state is located in and around the city of Dover. Wilmington, however, is the largest city in the state. Delaware is one of a few states where the capital is not the largest city.
Dover is and up and coming city, and it is on the rise fast. If you’re looking for a great place to live and for a costly price, Dover is it. Much of its fast-growth is due to its low cost of living. In addition to government employment, the city of Dover houses the Dover Air Force Base. Two airlifts accompanied by the military’s mortuary, which processes deceased soldiers. Manufacturing facilities like Kraft and Procter & Gamble also help boost economic performance. Two weekends out of the long year, Dover International Speedway holds NASCAR races. Upwards of 100,000 are in attendance. In combination with the large attraction by NASCAR, the nearby casino helps pour in millions of dollars to Dover’s economy alone.
Whether you’re a large hospital like Bayhealth Medical Center, or a small privately owned practice, MedPro Disposal has your best interest in mind. We work with practices of all shapes and sizes on a daily basis. Our process it to get you an effective service plan that is tailored to your specific practice. Today, medical costs are constantly on the rise. Many practices are seeking ways to cut costs, looking for a low-cost yet similar provider. Quality of service has never been questioned with MedPro Disposal. We are the second largest medical waste management company in the industry, focused on ethical delivery of service all for a reasonable price.
Separating ourselves from our competitors is important to us. The MedPro Advantage is simple. We construct a plan specific to your needs, based on the frequency of your generation of waste. We provide you with an all-inclusive, flat-rate fee. You will never see any hidden fees or miscellaneous charges that many see elsewhere. When your waste bin has filled, we will be there to provide you a new biohazard container and take the garbage off your hands. We are committed to getting our customers the lowest possible cost.
Many reach out to us asking how the disposal process works. The beginning of the process starts with the sorting of materials. From there we sterilize the items, followed by compaction and disposal. The disposal stage consists of either recycling the items or completely getting rid of them. Two machines are used in this whole process. The autoclave is the first line of business, which forces all of the air out of each item, then followed by intense heat performed by the incinerator. The incinerator kills off all bacteria that may have been present. As soon as these stages are completed, that item can be disposed of in the proper way.
Our customers love how flexible MedPro is. We get called daily asking for changes of service, whether someone is needing more or less boxes, or even needs to change the frequency of pick-up. You name it, we have heard it. At any point along our relationship with customers, your designated customer advocate is available to help you out. This is all hassle-free, and costs you nothing. Whether it is our own fleet, or one of our many affiliate haulers, we will get to you at the frequency needed.
Dover residents can put their faith in MedPro. We know the guidelines to follow and the steps to take to assure safe removal and disposal. We want your healthcare professionals to stop worrying about what to do with this required service, and get them back to solely focusing on their patients. Many facilities are paying great deals of money for their current services. Some of which find out through speaking with us that they are spending money on services that they don’t need. We don’t charge our customers for unnecessary services. We are here for you, so let us handle this one for you.
Dover was founded as the court town for newly established Kent County in 1683 by William Penn, the proprietor of the territory generally known as the "Lower Counties on the Delaware." Later, in 1717, the city was officially laid out by a special commission of the Delaware General Assembly. The capital of the state of Delaware was moved here from Newcastle in 1777 because of its central location and relative safety from British raiders on the Delaware River.