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Kenner is the sixth-largest city in the U.S. State of Louisiana. It is the largest city in Jefferson Parish, United States, Louisiana’s second-most populous parish, and a suburb of New Orleans. The population was 66,702 at the 2010 census.
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“America’s City; Everything’s right here”. Any local Kenner resident would most likely tell you that exact motto, too. Kenner is the sixth largest city in the state, although many would not believe that This is a suburb right outside of New Orleans, which starts to get people to understand. The population at the end of the first decade of the 21st century was 66,702.
This area of land was among the first of which the Europeans stepped foot on. Kenner was originally inhabited by a group of Indians called the Tchoupitoulas. Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle reached this land in 1682. The city was founded however by Minor Kenner. This land consisted of three plantations, all of which the Kenner family had ownership of. In 1960, Kenner had a population of just over 17,000. The growth of Kenner began in the late 1950’s when work began on all of the swamplands north of the city. In addition to the excavating of the swampland, the constructing of Interstate 10 did wonders in terms of rapid growth.
Kenner is home to quite a few different destinations that you may find appealing. Aside from the Louis Armstrong International Airport, there are a few different spots around town to check out. The Pontchartrain Center was opened back in 1991. This is the second-largest convention center in the New Orleans hub. If you like to gamble, Kenner just might have the place for you to go. Treasure Chest Casino resides on the river. Finding Williams Boulevard where it meets Lake Pontchartrain will lead you in the right direction. One of the major hospitals also calls Kenner home. Ochsner Medical Center serves not only the town of Kenner, but patients from all around.
No matter how large or small your facility is, MedPro Disposal extends its helping hand to the folks of Kenner. We work with you to create an effective plan specific to your disposal needs. We understand that medical costs are inclining steadily. We make our invoices simple. There will be no hidden fees such as fuel surcharges, regulatory fees, or even documentation fees. Practices reach out to us daily for a low-cost, alternative solution. In addition to the savings we bring your facility, service never suffers. Many wonder what truly sets us apart from our competitors.
We call this the MedPro Advantage. Like we stated previously, we work with you to get it right. We completely understand the importance of saving your money without giving up quality of service. MedPro is your partner in your medical waste management program. Specifically, we only charge our customers for the services that they truly need. Customizing your medical waste service is our priority. We make it work, because in the end, this process is easy on you. Keeping you happy, and OSHA Compliant is what we do.
Compliance trainers here at MedPro are the professionals about the latest OSHA guidelines and EPA regulations. This convenient online portal is your one-stop shop for training your faculty. Provided are interactive multimedia guides, easy-to-navigate tabs, and guaranteed updated regulation information at all times. With improper disposal and unsafe practicing, OSHA officials can and will shut down your facility. This is why OSHA training is such a stressed service. We can take the stress away from you, and the online training is hassle-free.
Flexibly plays a very important role in the general makeup of MedPro. Our customers truly appreciate how we work with their needs. Things change, and we roll with them. When signing, you are assigned a dedicated customer advocate that you may reach out to at any point along the partnership with us. Whenever services aren’t handled to your liking, or you need to adjust your frequency of service, these advocates are available to get these issues situated immediately. From our own fleet, to the many affiliate haulers we have, we will get to you at the frequency needed. Our relationship with you is in the forefront of our operations.
MedPro is proud to announce that we have established a mail-back program. It plays out just as it sounds. You fill your designated waste bin that we send you, and when it is time to get rid of it, all you need to do is package it up with the pre-paid shipping label and send it right back to us. From there, we will do the heavy lifting. This waste is off of your hands the minute it reaches the US postal service.
Kenner’s healthcare workers can be sure that working with MedPro Disposal is a hassle-free partnership. Many practices truly are spending too much for such a simple service. Many of which are paying for services they truly don’t even need, yet they do not realize it. Working with MedPro not only means a flat-rate fee, but allows you to still maintain top-notch service. In working with us you can expect a company that has your best interest incorporated in every step along the way.
Kenner's growth began in the late 1950s when developers began subdividing, draining and filling the swampland in the northern half of the city. During the 1960s, the construction of Interstate 10 and improvements to Veterans Memorial Highway aided the rapid development of Kenner as a suburb of New Orleans.