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Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the southern region of the U.S. state of Indiana. According to the Monroe County History Center, Bloomington is known as the “Gateway to Scenic Southern Indiana.” The city was established in 1818 by a group of settlers from Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas and Virginia who were so impressed with “a haven of blooms” that they called it Bloomington. The population was 80,405 at the 2010 census.
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Bloomington Indiana is located in Monroe County Indiana and only covers about 20 square miles. Bloomington is approximately 50 miles from Indianapolis and is within 100 miles of both Cincinnati, Ohio and Louisville, Kentucky. The city is the 7th largest in the state of Indiana and was known as the “gateway to scenic southern Indiana”. The first settlers of the city were so impressed by a haven of blooms they called it Bloomington. In more recent times, the city has been designated as “Tree City USA”.
Following the birth of the city in 1818, residents would make a living by farming, timber extraction, and limestone extraction. The limestone industry would ultimately have the greatest impact on Bloomington. Limestone is known as the nation’s building stone because of the large amount of state and local capital buildings that have been constructed using limestone from south central Indiana. The construction of the railroad systems within Bloomington in 1853 made it a lot easier for the transportation of limestone. Its industry would continue to grow throughout the 1900’s until the Great Depression.
Today, the city is now known to be the home of Indiana University. The university makes up for 35,000 people out of the total population of 82,575. The university was founded in 1820 and is one of the oldest and largest state universities in America. The limestone produced in Bloomington is what most of the Indiana’s University buildings are built out of. IU has greatly benefited the community by providing major college sports, entertainment, and cultural activities to Bloomington and Monroe County. Students choose Indiana University for its outstanding research resources, facilities and academic programs, which 110 of the program are ranked in the top 20 nationally. Walking around the campus, it is not hard to see why it was named one of the five most beautiful campuses in the nation by Thomas A Gaines in his book, The Campus as a Work of Art.
Located within miles of downtown Bloomington, there are two hospitals and an array of free and low-cost clinics that care for the residents of south central Indiana. Also, dozens of dentists, doctors, and specialists have prominent practices in Bloomington. The medical waste that is produced by these facilities can be costly and time consuming to dispose of. MedPro Disposal is the solution to this issue through one of the programs offered: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste is broadly classified as any item that comes into contact with body fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of the humans. You will fill up the cost effective red-lined cardboard boxes that we provide your facility. Upon the scheduled pick-up days we will be at your practice to collect the old boxes and will restart the process by providing you with new ones. Here at MedPro Disposal, we understand that 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.
Along with disposing of medical waste, MedPro Disposal also offers a unique pharmaceutical disposal program. The pharmaceutical program is aimed towards an easy disposal process of all unused or unwanted medications for our customers. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets you receive will come with a prepaid UPS return label, and can be sent back for however long desired. Purchasing the bucket is a one-time fee, thus eliminating monthly charges from your bills. The program is compliant on all state and federal levels, and ensures the harmful medications do not have the chance of ending up on the streets or water systems of Bloomington.
Our OSHA compliance training compliments our disposal programs. It is vital that your employees have the proper knowledge on how to handle the dangerous medical waste at your facility. The course that we offer is taken online and thus eliminates wasting a day on traveling to consultant. To help reiterate the information taught, there is a multiple choice exam after each section. Once an employee of yours finishes the course, they will be awarded certificates of completion. All certificates are stored on our online portal and can easily be accessed for filing purposes.
MedPro Disposal programs are straight forward and will ensure of the proper disposal of your facilities medical waste. The services we provide will surely make for a reliable, yet affordable way to dispose of your medical waste. Ultimately, we are able to bundle these services in order to offer your practice the most significant discounts.
Bloomington has been designated a Tree City for more than 30 years, as of 2014. The city was also the location of the Academy Award-winning 1979 movie Breaking Away, featuring a reenactment of Indiana University's annual Little 500 bicycle race. Monroe County's famous limestone quarries are also featured in the movie.