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Omaha city was founded in 1854 and is the largest city in the state of Nebraska. Omaha is the nation’s 42nd largest city with a population of 427,872 and is the largest city within the state of Nebraska, as of the 2013 population census. Overall, there are nearly 1.3 million residents with the greater Omaha area, comprising a 50-miles radius of Downtown Omaha, the city’s center. The city is located on the Missouri River, about 10 miles north of the mouth of the Platte River.
Omaha’s history is rich with development and dates back to the mid-1800s. The city’s pioneer period began in 1854, when the city was found by speculators from neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa. The name “Omaha” originated from the original Omaha Indians that inhabited the area. The name Omaha means “those going against the wind” and have since lived up to its name. The city has seen a thriving growth of ever since. The arrival of Union Pacific transcontinental railroad in 1869 made the city a major transportation hub. The city would introduce its new thriving community to the world in 1898, when it played host to the World’s Fair, dubbed the Trans-Mississippi Exposition.
Omaha went through a prosperous period of time with rapid development, cultural growth, and massive growth of population through the city, during the start of the 1900s. Lots of different minorities would flock to the city for work within the meatpacking industry and come north in the Great Migration in the highest numbers after 1910. These new incomers and residents would establish communities through the city. By the 1960s, the Omaha Stockyards had become the world’s largest livestock processing center. The city’s industries would become restructured and plants were moved to rural areas to make room for of modern-day industries.
Modern-day Omaha has been developed for the huge population and major industries it has, as several billions of dollars have been pump into the city for new construction. Thus, giving residents and visitors top of the line amenities, which would be expected for a city with a size as such. To take off the massive amount of residents for the Omaha region, the city has an array of world-class hospitals and clinics. Some of the most prominent ones being University of Nebraska Medical Center, Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, OneWorld Community Health Centers, US Veterans Hospital, and Douglas County Hospital. Theses facilities alike all produce medical waste. Medical waste is often an unnecessary strain on your facility and a costly expense to dispose of. MedPro Disposal has the solution for the disposal of your facility’s medical waste, at an utmost affordable rate. The programs MedPro Disposal has to offer include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste disposal is MedPro Disposal’s “bread and butter”. Give us a call today for a free, no-hassle quote on how much you will save when choosing us and to hear our a personalized plan we will develop for the removal of your facilities medical waste. We will base this plan on your current medical waste fluctuation and volume. To begin this program, we will provide your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up dates, we will travel to your facility to collect the old boxes. This process is restarted by providing new boxes, on those same scheduled pick-up dates.
Our pharmaceutical mail-back program is a great way to dispose of all unwanted/unused pharmaceuticals, at a cost-effective rate. To begin our process, we will provide your facility with 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket to accumulate these pharmaceuticals. Our bucket are only a one-time fee, rather than adding to your facility’s monthly bills. This one-time deal also allows you’re to have the freedom to use the bucket at your own pace. One day or one year, you may take however long to fill up the bucket! Once the bucket has been filled, simply attach the prepaid UPS return label and place it in the mail for disposal.
MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training is a great way to get your employees certified without having to travel to a consultant. Our training will ensure that your employees are certified on all DOT, EPA, OSHA, and many other regulations. Training consists of short educational videos and will be followed up by multiple-choice questions to ensure that participates are retaining valuable information. All this is done via our online portal. Upon completion of the course, your employees will receive certificates of completion and can access online for filing purposes.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal has to off the great Capital of Omaha are tremendous. On average, we see that MedPro Disposal customers save 20-40%, compared to their previous rate. Once again, the cost-effective programs that MedPro Disposal has to offer the Omaha region include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training. Bundling these programs together will allow us to give you the most substantial discounts.
Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska, and is the county seat of Douglas County. It is located in the Midwestern United States on the Missouri River, about 10 miles north of the mouth of the Platte River.
The Lied Jungle located in Omaha is the world's largest indoor rain forest.