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Joliet is a city in the U.S. state of Illinois, 40 miles (64 km) southwest of Chicago. It is the county seat of Will County. At the 2010 census, the city was the fourth largest in Illinois, with a population of 147,433.
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Joliet is located in Kendall and Will county approximately 40 miles outside of Chicago. The city is located on the Des Plaines River and is the 4th largest city in state of Illinois. The main attractions in the Joliet area include Harrah’s Casino, Silver Cross Field, and the Rialto Square Theatre. The Rialto better known as the Jewel of Joliet has been recognized for being one of the world’s top 10 most beautiful theatres. The city has many landmarks that are enjoyed by visitors and the locals in the community. The first Dairy Queen store was opened in Joliet, although the store is now home to Universal Church.
The Rialto Square Theatre was a stop Al Capone loved to make. Stir of Echoes was filmed by Kevin Bacon downtown Joliet on the beautiful Chicago Street. The Hollywood and Harrah’s casinos are both attractions that bring in many surrounding area communities to enjoy entertainment. Joliet is the only city in Illinois that has two casinos. The city also has a minor league baseball team, the Joliet Slammers of the Frontier League. Previously known as the JackHammers they competed in the 2011 championship and captured a victory.
The residents are very fortunate with all the activities the city of Joliet has to offer. Although, one benefit that attracts people to the Joliet area is the elite healthcare system that is provided to the community. These nationally recognized facilities include: Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Silver Cross Hospital, and Provena St Joseph Medical Center. One problem these facilities share involves the medical waste that is produced every year. Medical waste is broadly defined as any item that comes into contact with bodily fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of a human.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal process of medical waste for the Joliet area healthcare facilities. We offer an array of services to accommodate all of your medical waste needs. Our services include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance.
A benefit MedPro disposal has to offer your facility includes our medical waste removal process. We are able to construct a personalized plan tailored specifically for your needs. There are only two pieces of information we needed in order to start the process which include. The information includes how much medical waste is being produced and how often the waste is picked up. Once those factors are determined we have frequency schedules to fit your medical waste needs.
Your facility will be provided red-lined cardboard boxes which would accumulate the medical waste. On your scheduled pick up date we will remove the accumulated waste and provide your practice with new boxes to restart the process. Here at MedPro Disposal we understand your medical waste accumulation my change, therefore we are very flexible when it comes to adjusting your frequency and volume.
Another popular program offered in the Joliet area includes are unique pharmaceutical mail-back program. Your facility would be provided with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or controlled bucket. The bucket comes equipped with a pre-paid UPS return label for a simple return process. The bucket would collect expired and unwanted medications. It is very important these harmful medications do not end up in Joliet’s landfills and water systems. The one time purchase of the bucket is an affordable option for disposal. The program is compliant on all federal and state levels.
We also offer an excellent OSHA compliance program for your employees. The training is located on our online OSHA portal, which is hosted on our website. Your employees would complete educational videos explaining the process of proper disposal. After each section, there are multiple-choice questions to ensure your employees are retaining the information. Some benefits to the program include: interactive multimedia training, advanced search options, and simplified safety data sheet management resources.
MedPro disposal looks forward to servicing the healthcare facilities in the Joliet area. Our variety of services include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance. We are able to bundle these services in order to provide the Joliet practices a substantial discount. We look forward to eliminating your medical concerns with our cost-effective and reliable services.
Actor Nick Offerman, of Parks and Recreation fame, is from Joliet! In 1833, following the Black Hawk War, Charles Reed built a cabin along the west side of the Des Plaines River. Across the river in 1834, James B. Campbell, treasurer of the canal commissioners, laid out the village of "Juliet", a name local settlers had been using before his arrival. The origin of the name was most likely a corruption of the name of French Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet, who in 1673, along with Father Jacques Marquette, paddled up the Des Plaines River and camped on a huge mound, a few miles south of present-day Joliet.