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Lawrence is the sixth largest city in the state of Kansas and the county seat of Douglas County. Located in northeastern Kansas, Lawrence is the anchor city of the Lawrence, Kansas, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Douglas County. It is approximately 25 miles east of Topeka, and 41 miles west of Kansas City, Missouri. Lawrence is situated along the banks of the Kansas and Wakarusa Rivers. As of the 2010 census, the city’s population was 87,643.
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The city of Lawrence has a multitude of great aspects about itself. From the University of Kansas to being named one of the best places in the U.S. to retire, there’s no wonder why it is the 6th largest city within the United States. It was founded in 1854 by the settlers of the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Society and soon earned its reputation of being one of the most prominent antislavery states. Lawrence begin its life with being the center of Kansas politics. Later on, its economy would soon development into industry such manufacturing, agriculture, and ultimately education would be the biggest key factor the city would see.
The quality of life of the residents is something that one cannot mimic, thus is why it is considered to be one of the more progressive and attractive cities in the United States. Even though Lawrence is called to be a college-town, it has all the amenities that one could need to support ones desires for a stress free lifestyle. From one of the numerous award winning eating establishments to the breathtaking beauty of the nature and monuments within the city, it is basically designed so one doesn’t have to travel outside Lawrence for anything. The Kansas Jayhawks basketball team, perennially one of the best, brings the town alive during the winter and early spring and is time that attracts hundreds of thousands to flood to the city of Lawrence.
With the large amount of people that visit the city, keeping the residents and tourist safe is a high priority. This is also a top priority for healthcare providers, medical waste disposal isn’t anything you think of when visit your Doctor but it is in fact, one of those safety measures put in place by the medical waste disposal act of 1998. MedPro Disposal provides this service on a national scale offering great service and discounted rates, call today for a free no-hassle quote. Through one of MedPro’s Disposal services, we can support your facility with a cost effective way of disposing your medical waste on the upmost professional level: medical waste, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal of the hazardous medical waste for the facilities in the Lawrence region. Give us a call today to develop a customized strategy to fit your medical waste needs and wants. Two key pieces of information about your practice, volume amount of your waste averagely produced and the rate it is currently disposed, will help us narrow into being your reliable client. Your practice will be provided with red-lined card boxes that will accumulate the waste produced. On the scheduled pick-up date, your waste will be taken out of your facility and the process is restarted with us providing you with new red-lined boxes. Does the volume of your waste fluctuates? Don’t worry! MedPro Disposal understands that changes happen and will accommodate to your needs, holding no penalties against you.
Our unique pharmaceutical mailback program offers a solution to keep the streets and water system of Lawrence, free of toxic medications. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets come to the doorstep of your practice with a prepaid UPS return. This hassle free program only requires a one-time purchase of the bucket, and also is a great way to eliminate monthly charges from your bills. MedPro Disposal’s pharmaceutical mailback program is compliant on all state and federal levels.
MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance portal gives your employees the opportunity to be certified with all OSHA regulations. Our program consists of many advantages: interactive multimedia training, comprehensive set of resources, and easy-to-navigate tabs. Worried your employees won’t retain any of the valuable information taught? Don’t worry, a multiple choice exam is required for all participates to take to ensure material was comprehended. After the completion of the exam, certificates are awarded and can be easily accessed through our online portal at any point of time. Put your mind at rest about traveling to a consulate, all of our OSHA compliance training can be done through our online portal at your facility.
MedPro Disposal has as array of services to offer to the healthcare providers within Lawrence, Kansas. The variety of services we offer include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. All of which are cost-effective, but ultimately bundling programs will give us the opportunity to give you significant discounts.
Shortly after Lawrence�s founding, two newspapers were started: The Kansas Pioneer and the Herald of Freedom. Both papers touted the Free State mission which caused problems from the people of Lecompton, then the pro-slavery headquarters, located about ten miles northwest of Lawrence, and land squatters from Missouri. The Kansas Free State began in early January 1855.