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Detroit is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Michigan, and is the seat of Wayne County, the most populous county in the state and the largest city on the United States-Canada border. It is a primary business, cultural, financial and transportation center in the Metro Detroit area, a region of 5.2 million people, and serves as a major port on the Detroit River connecting the Great Lakes system to the Saint Lawrence Seaway. It was founded on July 24, 1701, by the French explorer and adventurer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac
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Detroit is the fourth largest city in the Midwest, and the largest city on the United States-Canada border. The metropolitan city holds roughly half the population of Michigan. The city was founded on July 24th, 17001 by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac. Better known as “The Motor City”, Detroit experienced an influx of people in the early 1920’s to work in the booming auto industry. Detroit has a humid continental climate with 4 distinct seasons which are influenced heavily by the Great Lakes. The city has many activities and events that are enjoyed by the residents every year.
Voted as the #1 attraction in Detroit, the Detroit Institute of Arts is a must see. The institute is located in Midtown and has one of the largest art collections in the United States. Other activities include visiting Comerica Park to watch the Tigers play some baseball. Another sports venue that is enjoyed by the community is Joe Louis Arena. The residents of Detroit are also very fortunate to take advantage of the elite healthcare system offered to the community.
There are over a dozen of nationally recognized hospitals in the Detroit area along with many independently owned own physicians. One problem these facilities have in common is the accumulation of medical waste that is produced annually. It is very important this dangerous medical waste is removed properly in order to keep the community and patients safe.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal process of medical waste for the healthcare facilities in the Detroit area. There are many options offered in order to better suit your medical waste concerns. We are very flexible here at MedPro Disposal, and we are able to create cost-effective plans specialized for your facility. There are only two pieces of information necessary when we are creating your plan. The pieces include: how much medical waste is being produced, and how often the medical waste is being picked up. After those factors are determined we put together your plan with scheduled pick-up dates convenient for you. On your pick-up date we will remove the accumulated waste that is produced and will provide you with additional boxes to restart the process.
We understand that changes in your business happen all the time, therefore at MedPro Disposal we are able to accommodate your requests. If from some reason the volume of your medical waste is seen to change, we are able to provide you with additional boxes and adjust your frequency and volume. MedPro Disposal also offers a great solution for your excess medications that need to be disposed of properly.
Our unique pharmaceutical mail back program offered for the Detroit area has been an increasingly popular option for those unwanted medications. Your facility would be provided with 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or controlled bucket that would collect the expired and unneeded medications. The bucket comes equipped with a pre-paid UPS return label for easy disposal. The program is compliant on all state and federal levels. It is very important to protect Detroit, with this disposal program it is a great way to ensure these medications do not end up in the landfills and water systems.
MedPro Disposal also offers a comprehensive user-friendly OSHA training program. Our online portal is easy to navigate and makes the certification process simple. The advantages the program offers include: interactive multimedia training, advanced search options, and simplified safety data sheets. The program includes short comprehensive videos that explain the proper way to dispose of the waste. After each educational video are short multiple choice questions to measure the retention of the information. Upon completion of the training course your employee will be provided with a certificate that is available to be printed out for easy filing purposes. The certificate will also remain on the online portal and will be accessible at any time.
The benefits MedPro Disposal offer for the healthcare facilities in Detroit are phenomenal. The services we offer include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. Our ability to bundle these services allow us to offer your practice a substantial discount.
Known as the world's traditional automotive center, "Detroit" is a metonym for the American automobile industry and an important source of popular music legacies celebrated by the city's two familiar nicknames, the Motor City and Motown. Other nicknames arose in the 20th century, including City of Champions beginning in the 1930s for its successes in individual and team sport, The D, Hockeytown (a trademark owned by the city's NHL club, the Red Wings), Rock City (after the Kiss song "Detroit Rock City"), and The 313 (its telephone area code). Detroit's auto industry was an important element of the American "Arsenal of Democracy" supporting the Allied powers during World War II.