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Council Bluffs is a city in and the county seat of Pottawattamie County, Iowa, United States and is on the east bank of the Missouri River across from what is now the much larger city of Omaha, Nebraska. It was known until 1852 as Kanesville, Iowa � the historic starting point of the Mormon Trail and eventual northernmost anchor town of the other emigrant trails. The population of Council Bluffs was 62,230 at the 2010 census.
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Until 1852, the city of Council Bluff was known as Kanesville, Iowa. During the time the city was named Kanesville, it thrived on the Latter-day Saints movement. The town’s location on the Missouri River was particularly advantageous for the thousands of British converts who had postponed their migration to America until their headquarters in the West had been established. The town would soon struggle to provide the large number of immigrants with adequate food, shelter, and employment. This issue was helped by the California Gold Rush of 1849-1851, and resulted in the popularizing the outfitting town of Kanseville.
During the 1930’s, Council Bluff grew to be the country’s fifth largest railroad center. The railroads had helped the city grew into a central hub for grain storage and the massive grain elevators continue to mark the city’s skyline. Throughout the 20th century, the railroads would undergo reconstruction and caused the loss of many jobs for the residents of the Council Bluff region. Other industries in the city have since stepped up and employed thousands. Some of those companies are: Blue Star Foods, Dwafies Cereal, Frito-Lay, Georgie Porgie Cereal, Kimball Elevators, Mona Motor Oil, Monarch, and Woodward’s Candy.
Ensuring the best care for the residents of Council Bluff area are the healthcare facilities. What makes it difficult for theses healthcare facilities of Council Bluff to do that though, is having to balance between being financially stable and having reliable service. One of those factors that could greatly impact healthcare facilities is disposing of the medical waste that is produced. Medical waste is defined as any item that is saturated with bodily fluids. More specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of a human.
MedPro Disposal specializes in removing the medical waste at an affordable cost for the Council Bluff region. Our cost effective and reliable services we offer are a great solution to your medical needs. We have multiple programs that aim to each one of your medical waste need: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste disposal is our bread and butter here at MedPro Disposal. On average we find that we save our clients anywhere from 20-30% in annual savings. Give us a call today and we will work with you to come up a customized strategy with only two pieces of information, frequency and volume of your medical waste. Once we have a plan in place, we will provide you with red-lined boxes to collect your medical waste. On your scheduled pick-up date, MedPro Disposal will be there to collect the old boxes and provide you with new ones. This will restart the process. Here at MedPro Disposal we understand you waste accumulation may change, therefore we are very flexible when it comes to accommodating your requests.
Another popular program that is offered to the Council Bluff area is our pharmaceutical mailback program. Other than the safe disposal of all unused or unwanted medications, our program will also ensure that the streets and waters systems of Council Bluffs are clean from toxic medications. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets that MedPro Disposal provides will collect the unwanted or unused medication. What sets MedPro Disposal apart from others is that we will make this process pain staking free for you. Provided with the buckets are prepaid UPS return labels for your convenience. The mailback program is compliant on all state and federal levels.
It is vital that your employees have the training required to handle medical waste. The OHSA training that we can provide to your facility will help ensure your medical waste will be properly handled. No need to worry about traveling to a third party training consultant because all of our training can done through our online portal. After completion of each training section, your employees will be required to complete short multiple choice questions to ensure the valuable information is being retained. A certificate of completion will be awarded to your employees after completion of the course and can easily be accessed online, at any point of time.
MedPro Disposal can greatly benefit the healthcare providers of the Council Bluff area. The cost-effective programs we offer are: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Using more than one of these services will let us give you the most substantial discount possible. Forget about hidden fees and unreliable services, MedPro Disposal will give you the service you deserve at an affordable cost.
Restructuring of the railroad industry caused the loss of many jobs after the mid-20th century, as did the restructuring of heavy industry. Many jobs moved offshore. By the late 20th century the city and region were suffering economic stagnation and a declining population, as they struggled to develop a new economy. Downtown urban renewal was undertaken to create a new future while emphasizing the strengths of heritage.