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Concord is the capital city of the state of New Hampshire that includes the villages of Penacook, East Concord and West Concord. It is also the county seat of Merrimack County. As of the 2010 census, its population was 42,695.
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The city of Concord is named the capital for the state of New Hampshire. It lies along the Merrimack River, right above Manchester, New Hampshire. As of the 2010 population census, Concord had a population of 42,695. Within the city itself, there are three main villages: Penacook, East Concord, and West Concord. Behind the thriving community the city has today, there is a rich history that created the foundation needed to become such. The concord area first’s settlement was in 1659 and was named Penacook, for the Indian name Pannukog, meaning crooked place of bend in the river. During the year 1725, the site was granted by the Massachusetts Bar Colony as “Penacook Plantation”. The town was settled two years later and incorporated as “Rumford” in 1733 by Massachusetts. Massachusetts would lose the town years later after New Hampshire decided the town was within their jurisdiction. The town would change names for the last time in 1765 once New Hampshire had won the dispute for the jurisdiction of the town. The prime location that Concord has contributed to it being named the state capital in 1808 and also its economy. Like most cities, Concord’s economy has shifted from being derived on many different industries. The city became recognized as a major center for the manufacturing of furniture, as well as a source for beautiful granite. Aiding the distribution of the furniture and granite, the town had a well-established railroad center around the year of 1842. Moving onto the 19th century, the city had become known for carriage making and the “Concord Coaches” became world-famous. Some of the original coaches can still be found in the Museum of New Hampshire History. Today, the town boasts an array of industries that include: manufacturing, insurance, and agriculture. Proper medical waste disposal is a required service to have if your facility produces any item that comes into contact with body fluids. Specifically, it any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of humans. MedPro Disposal specializes in disposing of facilities medical waste, at a cost-effective price. This simple process is often overseen by hidden charges and unreliable services. Give a call to today, for a free no-hassle quote on how much you will be saving choosing one of MedPro Disposal’s services: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, OSHA compliance training.MedPro Disposal’s medical waste program is aimed at disposing your facility’s medical waste with ease, at an affordable cost. Call us to today, and we will we develop a customized strategy for to the removal of your medical waste. This strategy is will be based off of your current medical waste fluctuation and volume. Once this plan set in action, we will provide your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes to hold the accumulated waste. On your scheduled pick-up dates, MedPro Disposal will be at your facility to collect the old boxes. This process is then restarted by giving you new red-lined boxes, on that same scheduled pick-up date. On average, we see that customers can expect to see anywhere from 20-40% in annual savings when choosing MedPro Disposal. Pharmaceutical mail-back is another popular program that MedPro has to offer. This program aims at disposing of all unwanted or unused pharmaceuticals. Rather than adding to annoying monthly bills, this service is a one-time charge. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket is what is included with this one time charge, and is what will collect the unwanted/unused pharmaceuticals. Once the bucket has been filled, simply attach the prepaid UPS return label that comes equipped with the bucket and place it in the mail for disposal. This program is unique in the way that it does not lock you down into having to use your bucket within a certain time frame. One week or one year, you have to freedom to take however long.
It is required with state and federal laws that your facilities employees have proper OSHA training if handling medical waste. MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training compliments our medical waste disposal services. Our training eliminates the need to send your employees to a consultant to receive this training, due to the fact that training is hosted through our online portal. Short educational videos will give your employees the valuable knowledge that is needed to become OSHA certified. Multiple choice questions are than asked to participates after each section of the course, to ensure that the information is being retained.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal has to offer the Concord region are tremendous. Our services offered are an easy way for your facility to save money without having to lose reliable service. Some of the programs that MedPro Disposal offers include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, OSHA compliance training.
Levi Hutchins of Concord invented the first alarm clock in 1787.