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Williamsville is a village in Erie County, New York, in the United States. The population was 5,300 at the 2010 census. The village is named after Jonas Williams, an early settler. It is part of the Buffalo Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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Located mostly within the town of Amherst, Williamsville is a small village in Erie County, NY with a population of 5,300. Williamsville was founded where it was because at the time in 1811, it was very close to a waterfall, and millers were attracted to the area. The village gets its name from Jonas Williams, who built the first mill in 1811, which still stands today and is known as “William Mills.” During the War of 1812, American troops used Williamsville as a headquarters in the fight against the British, and many citizens fled to Williamsville when the British burned Buffalo in 1813. Serving the residents of Williamsville with their healthcare needs is Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, a full service, 265-bed acute care center. With such a large facility comes large amounts of waste, medical waste to be exact. This waste is unique because it cannot go in a normal landfill due to being contaminated with blood-borne pathogens. These pathogens pose a serious health risk to individuals and the environment alike. MedPro Disposal is here to ensure the safe, proper disposal of this waste, all while keeping Williamsville’s residents and environment healthy. Medical waste can be classified as many things, but generally falls under the category of anything that has come in contact with a patient’s bodily fluids. This can include IV bags, used sharps, gauze pads, soaked bandages, and even human tissue. When these items are used on a patient, it is crucial that they are disposed of immediately after use, in order to prevent the spread of contamination. According to the CDC, the contamination of sterile environments in hospitals in 2011 resulted in 17 million cases of infections. This number is something that MedPro Disposal is devoted to reducing. Being a MedPro customer means no more stressing over what can go in the normal trash bucket and what needs to be disposed of in the medical waste container. Your facility will receive a poster that can be hung above the waste container which clearly outlines what exactly needs to go in the medical waste container and what is safe to dispose of in the normal trash stream. While our name might suggest we only deal with medical waste removal, we also provide other services as well to the Williamsville area. A popular option with nursing homes and senior living centers is our pharmaceutical disposal program. This easy-to-use program allows for the safe disposal of old or unused medications. The old method of disposing of these medications down the toilet results in contaminated water streams and wildlife and is simply not a good idea. MedPro Disposal will send your facility a 2.5-gallon bucket that old or unused medications can be placed into. Once this bucket reaches capacity, the included pre-paid label is attached, and the bucket is sent off to our disposal facility. Once this step is reached, your facility will receive a brand new bucket, ready to be filled again. The best part about this program is that rather than pay monthly for it, it is only a per-bucket fee. That means no more paying for a service you may not even be using. Along with our disposal services, MedPro also offers OSHA compliance. Our online OSHA compliance portal is very robust and simple to use, and ensures all of your employees are OSHA compliant. It allows for administrator access to go in and assign job-specific training to an individual or group, whichever is preferred. Along with that, progress is able to be tracked, as well as send reminders to employees who are falling behind schedule. Once an employee finishes their training, their certificate of completion is stored in a centralized tab in the portal, which allows easy access and viewing, should the need ever arise. Here at MedPro Disposal, we believe no one should ever have to overpay for a required service. We run an efficient business and pass our savings onto our customers, who are consistently seeing savings in the 20-40% range in the Williamsville area. That’s 40% more money that can be invested into your business, improving it all-around.
The community developed where the major road between Batavia and Buffalo crossed Ellicott Creek just above Glen Falls. The water power offered by the waterfall attracted millers. The first mill was built by Jonas Williams in 1811, giving the village its first name, "Williams Mills." It still stands today, next to Glen Park, and is known as the Williamsville Water Mill. Several other mills were built near Glen Falls during the 19th century. In 1841, a raceway was constructed to divert water from Ellicott Creek to the mills, creating an island known today as Island Park. A stage coach stop, tavern, and inn was built along the main road near Ellicott Creek by Oziel Smith in 1832. Today it is known as the Eagle House. The close crossing of the main road and Ellicott Creek's Glen Falls was the initial attraction, around which Williamsville grew. The village was incorporated in 1850.