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According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 347.5 square kilometers (134.2 sq mi), of which 251.2 square kilometres (97.0 sq mi) is land and 44.3 square kilometres (17.1 sq mi) is water. The old city is located on a peninsula at the point where, as Charlestonians say, “The Ashley and the Cooper Rivers come together to form the Atlantic Ocean.” The entire peninsula is very low, some is landfill material, and as such, frequently floods during heavy rains, storm surges and unusually high tides. The city limits have expanded across the Ashley River from the peninsula, encompassing the majority of West Ashley as well as James Island and some of Johns Island. The city limits also have expanded across the Cooper River, encompassing Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. North Charleston blocks any expansion up the peninsula, and Mount Pleasant occupies the land directly east of the Cooper River.
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MedPro Disposal is honored to provide Charleston with first-class competitive medical waste disposal. We specialize in handling your medical waste needs with ease, your worries are alleviated with our extraordinary service. Charleston is the second-largest city in South Carolina providing residents and tourists with more than 90 miles of beautiful beachfront views. The outstanding weather provides a great atmosphere for some of the best fishing on the east coast. The premier charters in the Charleston area are a great way to capture the full experience of what the Atlantic Coast really has to offer. The wonderful city of Charleston has been voted among the best cities to experience along with its world-renown beaches. Building sandcastles and catching some sunshine is not all the great city has to offer. Fort Sumter a national monument in the Charleston area is a part of American history that remains full of artifacts dating back to 1861. The city of Charleston is home to an assortment of top-tier hospitals and healthcare facilities. Roper Hospital recognized for its cutting edge technology and best practice in the Charleston area was founded in 1829 as the first community hospital in the Carolinas. Serving the Lowcountry area, it comprises the most trusted names and exceptional service. Roper Hospital has collected many national awards for patient care and is known for its superior reputation. One aspect these top-tier facilities are regulated to follow includes proper disposal of their medical waste and disposal of pharmaceuticals.It is important to these facilities that they approach this state-regulated service with caution. With the advancements in the healthcare systems over this past decade, the government has implemented laws of proper disposal of medical waste. MedPro Disposal was founded to offer these facilities nationwide a very simple solution. This service is very important it is done correctly but also cost effective for each facility. Our goal at MedPro Disposal includes providing a cost-effective and reliable service for our clients. Some complications to understanding this service is a common topic seen across the country. Not only is this a simple fix but also a service the Charleston area facilities shouldn’t have to experience in their daily operations. The lifecycle of this process is fairly simplistic on the consumer’s side. MedPro Disposal simplifies this process, it is as easy as producing the waste and getting it picked up.You may ask, what exactly is classified as medical waste, and why should I care how it is disposed of. A question MedPro Disposal encounters on a daily basis, which is has a simple answer. Let’s use saturated gauze for example, it is regulated that it must be disposed of in the proper waste container immediately after it is done being used. Used gloves and saturated band-aids must follow the same procedure.The facilities in the Charleston area must follow specific guidelines when disposing of their medical waste. Separate containers are provided suitable for each facility’s needs. Saturated band-aids, gauze, and gloves must also be placed in this medical waste box. Once the waste has been accumulated MedPro Disposal provides the service and proper destruction of the facility’s waste. Each facility will be placed on a set schedule with a specific volume of boxes that need to be disposed of. As soon as those boxes are removed and sent for destruction, MedPro Disposal provides new containers that will start the process over. This process seems complicated, but with the accumulation, pick up, and reload of the boxes, MedPro Disposal simplifies this process so minimal time is spent worrying about this service.MedPro Disposal is focused on providing the best service in the industry for the most cost-effective way for the Charleston area facilities. Accompanied with the regulated service, MedPro Disposal also offers OSHA compliance for each employee in need. Your facility will have training available on MedPro Disposal’s online portal, which can be completed on each employee’s own time. The online OSHA training offers comprehensive and specialized training that will ensure each employee is OSHA certified.The process of disposing of medical waste is not always a top priority at the facilities in the Charleston area. Although, at MedPro Disposal we are focused on one thing, and one thing only. We provide the absolute best service while keeping our customers satisfied with competitive industry pricing.
If you look closely at some of the buildings in downtown Charleston you will notice metal circles or disks (about the size of a plate) on the exterior. These circles are actually the ends of earthquake rods. These rods or bolts were added to newly constructed buildings after the devastating Charleston earthquake of 1886, in hopes to strengthening building structures.