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Topeka is the capital city of the State of Kansas and the seat of Shawnee County. It is situated along the Kansas River in the central part of Shawnee County, located in northeast Kansas, in the Central United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 127,473.
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Topeka holds extreme value to the state of Kansas and is named the capital of the State. Founded in 1854, it soon became a commercial hub in the 1860s that provided many comforts to the military men at Fort Leavenworth. Located about 60 miles west of Kansas City on Interstate 70, Topeka is in the northeastern region of Kansas.
Later on in the 20th Century, Topeka was named by Forbes Magazine to be the leading U.S. City in terms of having the greatest variations in temperature, precipitation, and wind. The city itself lies between a humid continental and a humid subtropical climate. Thus, it has hot, yet somewhat humid summers and cool to cold winters. Today, Topeka whose name springs from the Indian word for “potatoes” or “a good place to find potatoes”, is an important shipping point for cattle and wheat, and a center for wholesaling, marketing, and processing any farm products.
With a total population of 127,679, the capital has two major hospitals and an array of clinics; Stormont-Vail, St. Francis Hospital are located in central Topeka. These facilities are dedicated to providing the best healthcare for the residents of Topeka. Although these healthcare providers do the best of their ability to aid their residents, disposing of the medical waste that is produced has been an issue faced before. It is essential that facilities practice the safe disposal of medical waste, as there are federal and state regulations governing medical waste. To protect the residents and environment of Topeka, MedPro Disposal has many solutions to alleviate your medical waste concerns.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the process of removing your medical waste in various forms: hazardous medical waste, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. Our cost-effective solutions will alleviate any medical waste concerns that you may have.
With MedPro Disposal, we can ensure the disposal of your medical waste will be reliable and upmost competitive among pricing in the Topeka region. We will work closely with you to design a customized strategy that will work best with you and your facility. After understanding your volume of waste normally produced and the rate it has been picked up for disposal in the past, our plan will securely dispose of your worries, as well as waste. Once contacted, our process begins with you receiving red-lined cardboard boxes to hold the accumulated waste. MedPro Disposal will then remove the boxes with waste on your scheduled pick-up date. The process will then restart itself with you receiving additional boxes on the pick-up date.
To protect the community of Topeka from all unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals, we offer our Pharmaceutical Mailback Program. Designed to be hassle-free, the 2.5 gallons OTC/Rx comes to your facility with a prepaid return label, ready to be mail backed at any point of time with your unwanted or expired medications. This program will eliminate the illegal diversion of controlled and OTC medications to the community of Topeka. Here at MedPro Disposal, we understand that facilities fluctuate in the volume of waste. Therefore MedPro Disposal charges a per bucket fee, rather than a monthly charge. Giving you the option to take 1 year or 1 week to fill up the secure bucket, it’s all in your control.
To tribute our medical waste disposal programs is MedPro Disposals OSHA Compliance portal. This online program gives participates the knowledge of handling medical waste safely. Our online portal is able to teach an entire workforce upon theses safety guidelines without leaving the workplace. This will eliminate the hassle of wasting a day traveling to a consultant and gives your employees more time to do their actual jobs. Completion of our OSHA Compliance program will give the latest knowledge of OSHA, DOT, and EPA regulations and guidelines. Certificates will be awarded once one completes a multiple-choice question exam, to confirm that participates have retained the information that was taught.
Medical costs are constantly arising within the field, making facilities search for a way to counter their increased costs. Time over time again, MedPro is sought out to act as a solution for this problem. MedPro Disposal gives the reliability that healthcare providers deserve while also acting as a way to financially safe haven for your medical waste. On average, our customers can expect to see an annual savings of 20-40% from their current expenditure. Let us take care of your trash, so you can get back to serving the people of Topeka.
For many millennia, the Great Plains of North America was inhabited by Native Americans. From the 16th century to 18th century, the Kingdom of France claimed ownership of large parts of North America. In 1762, after the French and Indian War, France secretly ceded New France to Spain, per the Treaty of Fontainebleau. In 1802, Spain returned most of the land to France, but keeping title to about 7,500 square miles. In 1803, most of the land for modern day Kansas was acquired by the United States from France as part of the 828,000 square mile Louisiana Purchase for 2.83 cents per acre.