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Manhattan is a city in northeastern Kansas in the United States, located at the junction of the Kansas River and Big Blue River. It is the county seat of Riley County, although it also extends into Pottawatomie County. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 52,281.
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The city of Manhattan is located in the northwestern region of Kansas at the junction of the Kansas River and Big Blue River. Before the settlement of the Euro-Americans in the 1850’s, the land where Manhattan stands was home to Native American tribes. But the Native Americans would soon have conflict with early Manhattan setters, and the city would be threatened by pro-slavery Southerners. Nicked named “The Little Apple” as a play on New York City’s “Big Apple”, Manhattans population is currently sitting at around 52,281.
Manhattan is best known today as the home of the Kansas State University and has a distinct college town atmosphere. Kansas State University became the first land-grant college in 1861. Much of the campus is filled with new and old architecture, beautiful scenery, and aspects of various cultures throughout the grounds. Kansas State University is currently the largest employer within the region, with nearly 25,000 attendees at the university. The town of Manhattan has a great deal of pride and passion towards the University, and is supported by Manhattanties saying that they will “bleed purple”. Also, the school is nationally recognized as being one of the top academic universities within the state of Kansas.
To provide the best possible care to the residents of the Manhattan region, the healthcare facilities are always striving to find new opportunities to help their effort. Some of the major healthcare facilities include: Manhattan Medical Center, Kansas Medical Clinic, Kansas State University Hospital, and the Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center. The disposal of medical waste that is produced by theses facilities is one of those opportunities that can improve productivity as well as saving your facility money.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal process of medical waste for the Manhattan region. Give us a ring today for your no hassle quote and we will develop with you a customized strategy that will best suit your needs. Through one of MedPro Disposal’s Programs, we are able to service your medical waste at an affordable cost: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Disposing of your medical waste is the bread and butter of MedPro Disposal. With two pieces of information, how much waste is produced averagely & how often it is normally picked up, we will develop a plan to fit your needs. Once you begin to work with MedPro Disposal, your facility will be provided red-lined cardboard boxes. Theses boxes will accumulate your hazardous waste material. On your scheduled pick-up date, MedPro Disposal will provide your practice with new boxes and the process is restarted. No need to worry about hidden fee’s when working with MedPro Disposal, we will hold no penalties for accommodating to changes.
The dangers that unused or unwanted medication potentially have on the city of Manhattan, Kansas are tremendous. A program that aims for the safe disposal of these medications is our pharmaceutical mailback program. What sets MedPro’s pharmaceutical mailback apart from others, is the fact our process is pain staking free. Once the 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets are filled, simply put our prepaid UPS return label on the bucket and send it our way!
Make your facility safe to handle the dangerous waste produced with MedPro Disposal’s OHSA compliance training. Rather than making your employees waste a whole day traveling to a consultant, our OHSA compliance training gives you the flexibility to take it at your facility through our online portal. After completion of the course, participates are required to take a multiple choice exam to ensure one has retained the information taught. MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training teaches the latest EPA, DOT, OSHA, and other regulations. Upon completion of the course, your employee will be provided with a certificate of completion. The certificate is available to be printed out for filing purposes, but will remain accessible on the online portal.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal have to offer the healthcare facilities of Manhattan are phenomenal. Choosing us to disposal of your medical waste can ensure that you are receiving reliable service and will not be hit with any hidden fees. Some of the cost-effective services we provide include: regulated medical waste, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. We are able to bundle theses services in order to offer your practice the most significant discounts.
Early Manhattan settlers sometimes found themselves in conflict with Native Americans, and the town itself was threatened by pro-slavery Southerners. Manhattan was staunchly Free-State and in fact elected the only two Free-State legislators to the first Territorial Legislature, commonly called the "Bogus Legislature." However, the proximity of Fort Riley protected the settlement from the major violence visited upon other Free-State towns during the "Bleeding Kansas" era. This allowed the town to develop relatively quickly. On January 30, 1858, Territorial Governor James W. Denver signed an act naming Manhattan as county seat for Riley County. Ten days later, on February 9, 1858, Governor Denver chartered a Methodist college in Manhattan, named Blue Mont Central College.