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Lenexa is a city in Johnson County, Kansas, United States, and part of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 48,190. It is bordered by the cities of Shawnee to the north, Overland Park to the east, De Soto to the west and Olathe to the south.
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According to the myth, the name originates from the Shawnee Chief Thomas Blackhoof wife, who was variously recorded on census records as Na-Nax-Se and Len-Ag-See. The town itself was born in 1869, however it was not incorporated until May 8th, 1907. The fertile soil that city lies on has played a tremendous role in the history of Lenexa. During the 1930’s, Lenexa became famous for its superior spinach. Over 150 of Lenexa truck framers would contribute to train-loads of produce, spinach included, that would be shipped out to Chicago and other eastern markets.
To the Lenexans of today, the rich heritage of Lenexa’s past is important and has renewed interest in preserving the oldest and most viable buildings and residencies. Such as the three large churches which has witnessed more than 100 years of Lenexa’s history. As well as, the towns post office that was established in 1865 and was originally located in nearby town of Sherman. It would soon be moved near a railroad depot in Lenexa and officially be named “Lenexa Post Office”. To help maintain the feeling residents want, the city holds serval festivals throughout the year that helps maintain a “small town community atmosphere”.
Modern day Lenexa now employees over 100,000 people in the manufacturing, distribution, retail, and professional occupations. These people of the Lenexa area are fortunate enough to take advantage of an excellent healthcare system. The healthcare facilities are dedicated to providing the absolute best care when it comes to assisting the community of Lenexa. One of the more major issues that these facilities face is disposing of the dangerous medical waste that is produced.
MedPro Disposal gives you the ability attend to your patients more, and worry less about your medical waste. Our cost effective programs offered are: medical waste disposal, OSHA compliance portal, and pharmaceutical mailback. Give us a call today for a free no-hassle quote and to see how much your facility will save choosing MedPro Disposal to dispose of your medical waste.
Disposing of medical waste is fairly simple process but very dangerous. MedPro Disposal will work with you to set up a customized strategy that will attend all your needs. While you may think that this is expensive ordeal, our clients see an annual savings of 20 to 40 percent compared to their previous medical waste company. Our red-lined cardboard boxes will accumulate the waste that is produced from your facility. Upon your scheduled pick-up date, we will be at your facility to collect the old boxes and provide you with new ones. Frequency of volume is constantly changing. MedPro Disposal understands that and will accommodate to your needs, free of charge.
To prepare your employees to handle dangerous waste material, we highly suggest that they are OSHA certified. MedPro Disposal offers OSHA compliance portal that will give your employees the knowledge that is needed on OSHA, DOT, EPA, and other regulations. Our online portal gives your employees the availability to complete the course anywhere at their convenience. Completion of the compliance course is followed by a series of multiple choice questions to ensure your employees have retained the information. Certificates are awarded to employees following the exam and can easily be accessed through our online portal at any time.
MedPro’s pharmaceutical maiback makes for hassle free way of dealing with your unwanted or unused medications. It is essential to keep the streets and water systems of Lenexa clean from harmful pharmaceuticals, thus this program will aim towards the safe disposal of them. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets will accumulate your unused or old medications. Once filled, our prepaid UPS return labels make it this process pain staking free for your facility.
Whether you need a container picked up for medical waste disposal, or your pharmaceutical disposed of, MedPro Disposal can work out an effective plan for your facility, all at a low rate. The outcry for an alternative solution, at an affordable cost, is how MedPro Disposal came to be in order. As medical costs are in constantly rising, many practices need to find places where they can save money. Using one of MedPro Disposals programs will help facilities with this issue and will ultimately let you care of the Lenexa region, while we deal with your trash!
In 1857, twelve years before the town of Lenexa was platted, James Butler Hickok staked a claim on 160 acres at what is now the corner of 83rd and Clare Road. At about the same time, a census of the Shawnee Indians living in the area was being taken. One of the residents was listed as "Na-Nex-Se Blackhoof," the widow of Chief Blackhoof, who was the second signer of the 1854 treaty that ceded 1,600,000 acres of the Kansas Shawnee Indian reservation to the U.S. government.