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Waterloo is a city in and the county seat of Black Hawk County, Iowa, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census the population decreased by 0.5% to 68,406; a recent 2011 Census estimates the population at 68,653, making it the sixth-largest city in the state. Waterloo is part of the Waterloo � Cedar Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is the more populous of the two cities.
|Zip Code||Projected Annual Savings|
|Cancer Treatment Center||50701||$6,000|
|Community Health Center||52333||$7,320|
Waterloo is situated along the banks of the Cedar River in Black Hawk County. The name Waterloo did not exist when the town was established. Originally named “Prairie Rapids Crossing”, the city has grown into a thriving community that is rich in agricultural development, engineering, and cultural diversity. This is supported by when the city experience significant growth from 1895 to 1915. The population was said to have increased at 290%.
The town has a lot to offer the residents and visitors of all ages. Some examples of the things that make Waterloo special are the unique dining experiences, museums, art galleries, a town symphony, Waterloo hockey and baseball teams, a playhouse, and annual city-wide festivals. The downtown part Waterloo practically holds some of the main festivals that the city has, including My Waterloo Days, Tourd’loo and the Iowa Irish Festival. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail connects Cedar Rapids with Waterloo and traverses through a collection of rural towns. It provides residents the opportunities for biking, hiking, and as well as cross-country skiing during the winter. All of these things mentioned contribute to Waterloo so it is able to offer some of the sophistication of a big city, but with a small town atmosphere.
During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, Waterloo would flourish with businesses, railroad transportation, and other wholesale companies such as Rath Packing and Galloway Company. Moving onto the modern day Waterloo, the city is proud of the new businesses they have and the jobs they are able to provide. Waterloo is home now home to fortune 500 companies like John Deere, Tyson Foods, and Ryder Integrated Logistics. With such major companies calling the city home, it has caused some of the brightest graduates from across nation to flock the city.
The healthcare facilities within the Waterloo region provide the best care possible to the residents. Although theses facilities face problems that do hinder their ability to care for Waterloo. One of those major problems is disposing of the medical waste that is produced at a cost-effective price. Forbes magazine states that medical cost has been on the incline dating back to 2002 and there is no signs of it declining in the future. MedPro Disposal believes that they have the solutions to this issue. Providing multiple types of programs, MedPro Disposal will make sure Waterloo is getting the reliable service they deserve at an affordable cost. Some of these programs that MedPro Disposal offers include: medical waste disposal, OSHA compliance training, and pharmaceutical disposal.
Give us a call today and we will develop with you a customized plan that will take care of disposing your medical waste without breaking your wallet. The tailored plan require two pieces of information to get the process started. The two pieces are how much waste is produced averagely and how often it currently being picked up for disposal. Scheduled pick-up dates are then calculated for your practice. The red-lined cardboard boxes that we provide you will accumulate the medical waste and are picked up on the scheduled pick-up dates. This process is restarted by us picking up the old boxes and providing you with new ones on those dates.
MedPro Disposal’s unique pharmaceutical mailback program aims for an easy and safe disposal of all unused or unwanted medications. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets are only a one time charge, thus eliminating monthly charges from your bills. To make for hassle-free process on your end, our buckets will come with a prepaid UPS return label. It is essential to keep the streets and water systems clean of Waterloo, pharmaceuticals are very dangerous and must be disposed of properly.
To ensure that your employees have the necessary training that is needed to handle medical waste, MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training is suggested. Our online course can be taken on at the convenience of your facility, eliminating the need to waste a day traveling to a consultant. With our online portal, an administrator can go in and assign job-specific training for an individual or group. This allows for each participates progress to be tracked and reminders can be sent. Upon finishing the training course, certificates will be awarded and stored in a central hub.
The Waterloo city can greatly benefit from the services MedPro Disposal has to offer. On average, we save our clients 20-40% annually from their current speed. Repeatedly healthcare providers are turning to MedPro Disposal to save them money on this required service.
Waterloo was originally known as Prairie Rapids Crossing. The town was established, according to the original researcher as reported by staff of the Grout Museum in Waterloo, near two Meskwaki American tribal seasonal camps alongside the Cedar River. It was first settled in 1845 when George and Mary Melrose Hanna and their children arrived on the east bank of the Red Cedar River (now just called the Cedar River). They were followed by the Virden and Mullan families in 1846. Evidence of these earliest families can still be found in the street names Hanna Blvd., Mullan Avenue and Virden Creek.