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Gary is a city in Lake County, Indiana, United States, located in the southeastern portion of the Chicago metropolitan area. Gary is located 25 mi (40 km) from downtown Chicago, Illinois and 12 mi (19 km) from Crown Point, Indiana, the county seat of Lake County. The population of Gary was 80,294 at the time of the 2010 census, making it the ninth-largest city in the state of Indiana. Gary’s population has fallen by 55 percent from a peak of 178,320 in 1960.
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The city of Gary was artificially founded by the United States Steel Corporation in 1906, just to meet the needs for the flourishing steel industry. The city was named after lawyer Elbert Henry Gary, who was the founding chairman of the United States Steel Corporation. Gary is located on the southern end of the current Lake Michigan and the southernmost point of the state Indiana. The weather in Gary is also greatly regulated by its close proximity to Lake Michigan.
Music enthusiast are sure to hold the town of Gary close to their hearts. The most influential music star of all time, Michael Jackson, called Gary when he was growing up. Parents, Joseph and Katherine, had purchased a tiny ranch style home at 2300 Jackson St, Gary, Indiana for $8,500. Here, the five Jackson brothers interest in music would begin and prosper into the international fame they have today. Known as the “Jackson 5”, the brothers started their career winning talent shows around the Gary region. Since the death of Michael Jackson in 2009, the city has been overwhelmed by fans flocking to the Jackson family home.
Gary is home to multiple clinics and hospitals that give the residents access to top-tier healthcare service. With the amount of people that theses healthcare providers see every day, the amount of medical waste that is produced is extremely high. Disposing of the hazardous medical waste is a delicate task that must be done under state and federal regulations.
MedPro Disposal offers a cost effective solution for disposing of the medical waste that is produced in the Gary, Indiana. Our customized strategies will be specific for to your facility. With only knowing how often your waste is currently being picked up and the volume of waste that is averagely produced we are able to develop this plan of attack for your facility. The programs that we offer at MedPro Disposal include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste disposal is MedPro Disposal’s bread and butter. Give us a call today to see how much you will surely be saving letting us dispose of your medical waste. On average, MedPro Disposal will save customers anywhere from 20-40% in savings. Once you have begun service with us, we will provide you with red-lined boxes that will accumulate the medical waste your facility produces. Upon your scheduled pick up days, your boxes with the medical waste will be removed and replaced with new ones. This will restart the process.
Our pharmaceuticals mailback program will surely ensure the safe disposal of all unwanted or unused medications. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets will collect the pharmaceuticals. Once filled, skimpily attach the provided prepaid UPS return label on the bucket and send it to us via mail. Don’t worry about being complaint, all of ours services offered follow all state and federal regulations. The pharmaceuticals mailback program is unique compared to others. For MedPro Disposal will only charge you a one-time fee for the bucket, thus eliminating monthly charges from your bills.
Facilities are constantly looking for a cost effective way to properly train their employees to handle medical waste. MedPro Disposal is dedicated to helping educate you and your staff on ways to make compliance a simple and hassle-free part of your life. Our training is done throughout our online portal, thus there is no need to travel to a third party consultant. Figuring out your specific needs, such type of equipment you use or the geographic location, can allow us to pin point the specific knowledge that will be taught. Of course though, basic ECP regulations and methods will always be taught to your employees. Upon completion of each section within the course are multiple choice questions to ensure that your employees are retaining the valuable information.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal can give to the Gary region are tremendous. From needing a sharps container or a red-lined medical waste box, MedPro Disposal can do it all at a low rate. Over and over again, facilities that need a reliable service at an affordable cost are turning to MedPro Disposal.
Gary was the site of civil unrest during the Steel Strike of 1919. On October 4, 1919, a riot broke out on Broadway, the main north-south street through downtown Gary, between striking steel workers and strike breakers brought in from outside. Three days later, Indiana governor James P. Goodrich declared martial law. Shortly thereafter, over 4,000 federal troops under the command of Major General Leonard Wood arrived to restore order.