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Idaho Falls is a city in and the county seat of Bonneville County, Idaho, United States, and is the largest city in Eastern Idaho. As of the 2010 census, the population of Idaho Falls was 56,813, with a metro population of 136,108. As of 2013, the population was estimated at 58,292.
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Idaho Falls is a city within the Bonneville County. The population of the Idaho Fall’s at 2013 is estimated at 58,292. The state was originally established in February 7th, 1911. The environment within Bonneville County stretches up from deserts floors through a fertile valley of plush crops and into heavily forested peaks. In 1865, Idaho Falls built the first wagon bridge in the United States that would span across the Snake River. The city name “Idaho Falls” originated in reference to the rapids that existed below the city’s historic wooden bridge. Although, the town’s first original name was “Eagle Rock” because of a rock in the Sneak River that was popularly visited by eagles.
The Gold Rush of America caused an enormous amount of traffic within the city. An estimated value of $50 million in gold was pulled from the land Idaho Falls sits on. After the Gold Rush died down, cattle raising would be the first major industry within Idaho Falls. Moving onto the modern day society of Idaho Falls, the city serves as a central hub to all of the eastern Idaho and much of the western Wyoming regrading healthcare, travel, and business.
Often, Idaho Falls is featured in various publications as one of the “best places to live”. This is due relative economic vitality, high quality of life, and proximity to world-class outdoor recreation. Some of the attractions the city has built for residents to enjoy are the Willard Art Center, Colonial Theater and Civic Auditorium, diverse musical concerts, and numerous award winning plays. Nearby destinations that are sought after include Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Jackson Hole, and the Snake River.
The Idaho Falls region is served by a pair of well-respected hospitals that together employ more than 2,000 thousand individuals and aid a regional population of more than 300,000 people. Some of the healthcare facilities that makes living easy in Idaho Falls include: Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, Mountain Blue Hospital, Rosemark Women Care Specialists, and Idaho Falls Pulmonary. With the volume of people theses healthcare facilities service, the amount of medical waste produced daily is extremely high. Disposing of that medical waste is a tricky process and can be costly.
MedPro Disposal can service the medical waste an affordable cost for the Idaho Falls area. The programs we have to offer include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Give us a call today for a free no-hassle quote, and we can tell you how much you will be surely be saving choosing MedPro Disposal.
Medical waste is broadly classified as any item that comes into contact with body fluids. Specifically, it is any waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or and immunization of humans. To start this program, we will provide your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. The amount of boxes you will receive will be based off how much medical waste your facility is produced averagely. Scheduled pick-up days are developed upon knowing on how often you’re your medical waste is currently picked-up for disposal. Upon your scheduled pick up date, we will collect the old boxes and restart the process by providing you with new ones.
Our Pharmaceutical Mailback that MedPro Disposal has to offer to the Idaho Falls region is unique. It is essential for the safety community of Idaho Falls that all unused or expired medications stay clear from leaking into the streets and water systems. This program will help with that effort with little effort on your end. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets will accumulate the unused or expired medications. Prepaid UPS return labels come attached to the buckets, making the disposal process as easy as can be for your facility.
To compliment the medical waste and pharmaceutical mailback programs, MedPro Disposal offers online OSHA training. It is highly suggested that your employees are certified to handle all types of medical waste. Our training can be done at the convenience of your facility. Eliminating the need to pay your employees for a day of traveling to a third party consultant. After each section of the course is completed, multiple choice questions will be asked to ensure that participates are retaining the valuable information. Certificates will be awarded upon completion of the course, and can be accessed online for filing purposes.
The benefits MedPro Disposal has to offer the Idaho Falls region include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Our customers today see an average savings of 20-40% from their previous expenditures. Let MedPro Disposal deal your trash, so you focus on aiding the Idaho Falls region.
What became Idaho Falls was the site of Taylor's Crossing on the Montana Trail, a timber frame bridge built across the Snake River. The 1865 bridge was built by Matt Taylor, a Montana Trail freighter, who built a toll bridge across a narrow black basaltic gorge of the river that succeeded a ferry seven miles upstream by a few years. Taylor's bridge served the new tide of westward migration and travel in the region that followed the military suppression of Shoshone resistance at the Bear River Massacre near Preston, Idaho in 1863. The bridge improved travel for settlers moving north and west and for miners, freighters, and others seeking riches in the gold fields of Idaho and Montana, especially, the boom towns of Bannack and Virginia City in western Montana.