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Twin Falls is the county seat and largest city of Twin Falls County, Idaho, United States. The city had a population of 44,125 as of the 2010 census.
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The city of Twin Falls is located in the southern region of Idaho and is about 120 miles from Boise. With a 2014 population census of 47,468, Twin Falls is the largest city of Idaho’s Magic Valley region. Twin Falls city was founded in 1904 as a planned community and was built off the proceeds from sale of the townsite lots going toward construction of irrigation canals.
Maybe the grass grows a little greener in Twin Falls, or it could be all the breathtaking scenery. The city offers beautiful waterfalls that are said to be some of the best in the United States. One of the waterfalls is Shoshone Falls and is known as the “Niagara Falls of the West”. Onlookers will surely be stand amazed by the majesty of Shoshone Falls, which spans 1,500 feet across the Snake River and plummets 212 feet straight down. This drop is amazingly 30 feet longer than the famous Niagara’s Falls. The city of Twin Falls operates Shoshone Fall/Dierkes Lake Complex. This complex offers residents and visitors numerous playgrounds, hiking trails, picnic areas, and swimming areas that are all overlooking a scenic view.
Still current to today, Twin Falls is the regional center for the agriculture industry and has based its economy on it. The agricultural boom in south-central Idaho started after the Milner Dam was constructed. The city became a processing center for several agricultural commodities, mostly beans and sugar beets during the early 19th century. Beans and sugar beets can still be easily found in Twin Falls today, but milk production and processing has surpassed it with ease. More than 200,000 dairy cows call Twin Falls home and thus has given stable jobs to thousands of Twin Falls residents. Direct employment from the region’s dairy industry accounts for almost 9,300 jobs. Other top employers for the region include: Amalgamated Sugar Company, Clear Springs Food, College of Southern Idaho, Independent Meat, and Con Agra/Lamb-Weston Inc.
In response to a constantly growing population, Twin Falls County voted to construct a new hospital in Twin Falls to replace the city’s existing hospital. The new 700,000 sq/ft facility, St. Luke’s Magic Valley, was opened in 2011 and provides top-tier care to the residents of the Twin Falls region with help from the 18 independent practices. With such a large amount of healthcare providers, facilities are constantly running into issues surrounding the enormous amount of medical waste that is produced daily.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal of medical waste in the Twin Falls region at a low-rate cost. Through one of MedPro Disposal programs, we can ensure of the safe disposal of medical waste. Some of the programs that are offered include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training. Customers can expect to see 20-40% in saving when choosing MedPro Disposal.
Medical waste disposal is simplified here at MedPro Disposal. To begin, we require two pieces of information that will lead us to develop a customized strategy for your facility. The two key pieces of information are the fluctuation of medical waste and how often it is currently being picked up. We will than provide your facility with red lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up date, we will collect the old boxes and restart the process by providing new boxes. We understand your medical waste accumulation may change, therefore we are very flexible in accommodating any requests you have in regards to changing your frequency and volume.
MedPro Disposal’s pharmaceutical mail-back program is unique. This program is aimed towards the safe disposal of all unwanted or unused medications. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets that we provide your facility will accumulate all the medications with ease. To make the process hassle-free for you, the buckets come equipped with a prepaid UPS return label. Once filled, simply attach the return label and send it through the mail for us to dispose of. This program is compliant on all state and federal levels.
Complementing our medical waste and pharmaceutical programs is MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training. It is essential that your employees have the proper knowledge needed to handle medical waste. Our user-friendly program enables your employees to get trained and certified without having to travel to a consultant. Your employees will be required to watch short educational videos to explain the proper disposal of harmful medical waste. To ensure the information is being retained, multiple-choice questions will be asked after each section of the course. Completion of the course is rewarded by a certificate of completion and will be accessible on our online portal for filling purposes.
MedPro Disposal offers the healthcare providers of Twin Falls great solutions for disposing of the hazardous medical waste produced. The cost-effective services we can provide include: regulated medical waste, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training, ultimately bundling these programs will let us give you the most significant discounts possible.
During the last quarter of the 20th century, gradual diversification of the agriculture-based economy allowed the city to continue to grow. Major Twin Falls employers in 2006 included computer maker Dell, Inc., Glanbia, and Jayco, a recreational vehicle manufacturer. In September 2009 Dell announced it would close its Twin Falls facility by January 2010. Later in 2010 the call center company C3 opened a facility in the former Dell location.