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Minneapolis, officially the City of Minneapolis, is the county seat of Hennepin County, the largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota, and the 48th-largest in the United States.
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Minneapolis, or “City by Nature” as it is known by many locals, is the second largest economic hub of the Midwest, behind Chicago. Keeping the nature surrounding Minneapolis in pristine condition is of utmost importance, which is why MedPro Disposal is such an important company to work with.
With a population of over 410,000 residents, keeping them all healthy is the primary goal of the local hospitals. Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Minnesota, and the University of Minnesota Medical Center all provide exceptional healthcare to the Minneapolis community. These are large hospitals, and with large facilities comes lots of waste, medical waste to be exact. Many may not be aware, but the waste generated by treating patients at hospitals and healthcare facilities may not be disposed of with regular garbage. This is because if an individual were to come in contact with biohazardous waste, such as soaked gauze bandages or sharps, it could lead to the transmission of extremely harmful and even deadly diseases. MedPro Disposal is committed to protecting the residents of Minneapolis from ever having to worry about this situation, by being the premier solution to medical waste disposal.
Medical waste can be classified as contaminated gloves, sharps, soaked gauze bandages, IV bags, and much more. All of these materials need to be disposed of properly and immediately after use, in order to prevent the spread of pathogens. Failure to do so can lead to infections and contamination of sterile environments, which, according to the CDC, resulted in 17 million cases of infection in hospitals during 2011.
It is important to note that segregating medical waste from standard office waste is a crucial step in the disposal process. Placing medical waste into a standard waste bucket will deem that container biohazardous, which is illegal to dispose of in a standard landfill. An example of this is used sharps. Sharps must be placed in a puncture-proof container that is then placed into our larger medical waste box. If sharps were to be disposed of in the standard waste stream, it’s possible that someone could accidently get stuck by one of those needles, opening the door for blood-borne pathogen transmission and the likes.
Here at MedPro Disposal, we believe no one should be overpaying for a required service, and that is why we have been able to be so successful over the years. Our customers generally see savings in the 20-40% range compared to their previous vendors, when switching over to MedPro Disposal. The only difference with our service is the much lower price, which is based on frequency of pickup, and amount being picked up.
Along with RMW, MedPro Disposal offers Pharma disposal and OSHA compliance, which can all be bundled together for even more savings! We also have a mail-back program, which is hassle-free. We provide your facility with a 2.5 gallon bucket and a pre-paid shipping label. The best part….it’s only a one-time fee. Once that bucket is filled, whether it be in a week, month or even year, you put the lid on and ship it to our disposal site, and we send your facility a new bucket to start filling up again.
As for OSHA compliance, our online portal is the most simple, easiest way to ensure all of your employees are properly trained for their assigned duties. You can individually assign training courses to employees, or even set up group training, however you like. Our online portal allows you to track each employee’s training progress, and even allows you to send out reminders for them to complete their training. It is the most cost-efficient, robust way of training your employees the correct way.
Every day, new facilities reach out to us looking for a cheaper solution to a required task. Utilizing MedPro Disposal’s services will take the headache and stress of dealing with medical waste out of your daily routine, all while putting money back in your wallet.
Until French explorers arrived in 1680, Dakota Sioux were the area’s sole inhabitants. When Fort Snelling was built in 1819, the US government bought land from the Mdewakanton band of Dakota so that settlers from the east could settle in that location. Minneapolis officially incorporated as a city in 1867, the year rail service began connecting residents of Chicago and Minneapolis.
Once the world’s leading producer of flour, Minneapolis is now the primary business center between Chicago and Seattle. Categorized as global city, Minneapolis is renowned for having a very strong music and performing arts scene, which is noted for helping launch the career of Prince, a pop icon.
Minneapolis is water abundant, with twenty lakes and wetlands, and lies on both banks of the Mississippi river. In fact, Minneapolis came from the Dakota Sioux word for water, mni, and the Greek word for city, polis.
Minneapolis has more golfers per capita than any other city in the country.