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Covington is a city in Kenton County, Kentucky, in the Upland South region of the United States. It is located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers. Cincinnati, Ohio, lies to its north across the Ohio and Newport, Kentucky, to its east across the Licking. Part of the Cincinnati�Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, Covington had a population of 40,640 at the time of the 2010 U.S. census, making it the 5th-most-populous city in Kentucky.
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Covington, Kentucky lies at the uppermost northern point in the state of Kentucky. It is bordered by Ohio to its north and Newport, Kentucky to its east. It is a part of the Kenton County and as of 2010 population census, it has a population of 40,640. Northern Kentucky areas surrounding Covington are also growing rapidly thanks to new highway access, and areas near the Ohio River on the Kentucky side have become a center for entertainment.
The city of Covington is well known for its historic neighborhoods including Lucking-Riverside, Mainstrasse Village, and Wallace Woods. As well as for its historic commercial district, which is home to a large concentration of historic buildings. Thus, walking along downtown Covington it is not hard to understand why it is such an attractive place to residents and visitors. This vibrant community, directly across the Ohio River and downtown Cincinnati, is home to Kentucky’s top attractions that include: Garden of Hope, Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, Beranger-Crawford Museum of Northern Kentucky History and Heritage, Madison Theater, and the Railway Museum.
Home to the most popular festivals within the northern Kentucky region, people flock to the city of Covington to attend them. Some of the most sought after events include: Frist Friday Gallery Hop, Maifest, Mainstrasse Oktoberfest, Mardi Gras, The Original Goetta Festival, and Fresh Art.
Taking care of the residents of the Covington region are the top-tier healthcare facilities that call the city home. Some of the most prominent healthcare facilities include: St. Elizabeth Healthcare, HealthPoint Family Care, and Urgent Care Covington. The medical waste that is produced from facilities alike, are mandated to disposal on specific regulations. MedPro disposal specializes in medical waste disposal at a cost-effective rate through the programs offered: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, OSHA compliance training.
MedPro Disposal’s medical waste program will relieve you from any concerns you have regrading medical waste. This program is aimed at being cost-effective while still being the utmost reliable when disposing of medical waste. Give us a call today for a free, no hassle quote on how much you will saving choosing MedPro Disposal and also to generate a personalized plan to dispose of your facilities medical waste. This plan will be based off your current fluctuation and volume of medical waste. Once this plan is set in action, we will provide your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste with ease. Upon your scheduled pick-up dates, MedPro Disposal will at your facility to pick up the old red-lined boxes. This process is than restarted by providing you with new red-lined cardboard boxes, ready to accumulate the medical waste.
Another popular program MedPro Disposal offers is the pharmaceutical mailback. Rather than paying monthly charges and hidden fees, our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket is one-time charge. Thus, giving you the flexibility to take one year or one week to fill up the bucket with unused/unwanted pharmaceuticals. MedPro Disposal’s pharmaceutical buckets will come equipped with a prepaid UPS return label. Once the bucket has been filled, simply attach the label on the bucket and place it in the mail.
To comply with all medical regulations, your facilities employees are required to have OSHA training in order to handle medical waste. Our OSHA compliance training will ensure your employees have the proper knowledge in order to handle medical waste, without having to travel to a consultant. All of our training is hosted through our online portal and consist of short educational videos. After each section of the course, participates will be asked to answer multiple choice questions, to ensure the valuable information is being retained. Completion of the course is followed up by receiving certificates of completion that can be accessed at any point of time for filing purposes.
In 1912, city leaders tried to acquire a baseball franchise in the Class D Blue Grass League; the Cincinnati Reds, whose park was just five miles away across the Ohio River, decided against the move. Instead (after several larger cities backed out), Covington was awarded a team in the new "outlaw" circuit, the Federal League. The city raised $12,500, with $6,000 budgeted to build the ballpark. Bernard Wisehall, a prominent local architect, designed Federal Park (also known as Riverbreeze Park) with a capacity to 6,000. The playing field (bounded by East 2nd Street, East 3rd Street, Madison Avenue and Scott Boulevard) was tiny, believed to be smallest for any pro baseball park ever built: just 194 feet down the right-field line, 267 feet to dead center and 218 feet down the left-field line. (Modern rules dictate no pro ballpark may have a fence closer than 325 feet, even down the foul lines.) Construction did not begin until a month before Opening Day; after starting the season on a long road trip, the Blue Sox managed to sell out their home opener in late May, with thousands of fans turned away.