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Our local independent contractor is a multi-functional company that offers individual medical facilities total waste management and treatment/disposal services through the Company’s owned, managed, or subcontracted waste transport, transfer, treatment, and disposal facilities.
Located in the heart of the rugged Texas Panhandle, Amarillo exemplifies the American West as few other cities can with its abundance of cattle, cowboys, and working ranches nestled amidst the high plains and rocky canyons that dominate the region. Ranked fourth among the “Top Ten True Western Towns” for 2015 by True West Magazine, Amarillo was the inspiration for George Strait’s hit single “Amarillo by Morning” and an honorable mention in the 1946 rhythm and blues song “Get Your Kicks on Route 66.”Amarillo is the unofficial beef capital of the world, producing more than five million heads of cattle each year, a figure that equates to 30% of the nation’s beef supply. The city is home to the Texas Cattle Feeders Association and boasts several large beef-producing entities that include Texas Beef, an integrated ranching and cattle-feeding business that has been producing beef in the Texas Panhandle for over 100 years, and Cactus Feeders, the largest privately-owned cattle feeding operation in the world.And yet, there is so much more to Amarillo than bull riders and beef on the hoof! Situated at the crossroads of Interstate 40 and Interstate 27, Amarillo is the center of transportation and commerce for the Texas Panhandle region. The city boasts more than 200,000 residents and a solid economy driven by over 18,000 businesses based largely on gas, petroleum, agriculture, and cattle. Low unemployment, recent positive job growth, and aggressive economic business incentives, together with median home prices in the high 90s and a cost of living index ranked approximately 20% lower than that of the national average continue to draw new residents and businesses to the city each year.Evidence of Amarillo’s cowboy heritage can be found throughout the city, where cowboy boots, ten-gallon hats, and horse trailers are the norm. Many of the city’s current residents are direct descendants of the hard-driving 19th-century ranchers who settled the area during the city’s boom time as a major U.S. cattle market. Attractions dedicated to the city’s heritage include the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Amarillo is home to the renowned outdoor musical, TEXAS, a celebrated stage drama produced by the Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation that is held annually at the Pioneer Amphitheater in nearby Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paul Green, the musical depicts the struggles and triumphs of early life in the Panhandle during the 1800s.Visitors to the city will want to check out the action at the Amarillo Livestock Auction, where they can rub elbows with real live cowboys and Texas cattlemen as they experience the thrilling action of sale day! Amarillo hosts several rodeo events each year, including the Tri-State Fair & Rodeo held each September at the Amarillo National Center and the World Champion Ranch Rodeo, a 4-day rodeo extravaganza held each November at the Amarillo Civic Center that features competition bronc riding, team branding, and team penning between members of the Working Ranch Cowboys Association.A favorite of residents and visitors alike is Big Texan Steak Ranch, where patrons can earn a free meal when they accept the 72-oz steak challenge – consume all of a 72-oz steak dinner, complete with shrimp cocktail, baked potato, salad, and roll within the allotted one-hour time frame!Despite the obvious influences of the Old West, Amarillo is firmly entrenched in the here and now with urbane attractions such as the Amarillo Museum of Art, Don Harrington Discovery Center, and a vibrant cultural arts scene comprised of the Amarillo Opera, Amarillo Symphony, and Lone Star Ballet. Amarillo’s 6th Street is a designated National Historic District. The one-mile stretch of highway located along U.S. Route 66 features an eclectic collection of shops, eateries, galleries, bars, and nightclubs nestled inside historically significant buildings along the historic boulevard.Amarillo boasts some of the finest healthcare facilities in the nation. The city is home to Northwest Texas Healthcare System, a 475-bed acute care facility that houses the Panhandle’s only Level III trauma center, and Baptist St. Anthony’s, a general medical and surgical hospital ranked among the nation’s top 50 performing hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery by U.S. News & World Report.Medical waste disposal is an important aspect of the healthcare community that is often overlooked. It is vitally important to the success of any healthcare-related facility and requires careful management by a qualified, licensed medical waste disposal company that is committed to the safety and security of the community and environment.Amarillo’s medical waste industry is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). TCEQ is responsible for the licensing and permitting of all companies involved in the collection, segregation, storage, transportation, treatment, and disposal of medical and biohazardous waste.Medical and biohazardous waste refers to the regulatory classification of waste that includes used needles, laboratory waste, biologically contaminated waste material, trace-contaminated Chemotherapy waste, empty drug vials, used or contaminated equipment and instruments, human blood and body fluids, and animal waste intentionally exposed to pathogens. The majority of medical/biohazardous waste is generated by hospitals, medical clinics, dental offices, laboratories, research centers, mortuaries and funeral homes, animal research and testing facilities, blood banks, and nursing homes.According to the World Health Organization, approximately 85% of medical waste produced by healthcare-related facilities is non-hazardous. The remaining 15% is considered to be hazardous and may contain infectious, toxic, or radioactive waste that can cause harm to humans and the environment. Improper handling, collection, transportation, and disposal of medical and biohazardous waste can result in serious injuries that include radiation burns, sharps-inflicted abrasions and lacerations, and poisoning and pollution through the release of pharmaceutical products, wastewater, and toxic elements or compounds released during incineration.Improper management of medical/biohazardous waste can potentially put healthcare workers, patients, and the general public at risk, which is why it is important to have your medical waste collected regularly by a qualified and experienced medical waste disposal company.
MedPro Disposal is a national medical waste disposal company that offers personalized service and customized plans for medical waste disposal and biohazard waste disposal through trusted local independent contractors, supplying clients with both the security of a national brand and the convenience of doing business with a local company. MedPro Disposal’s industry experts bring more than 75 years of combined experience to the table, ensuring top quality customer service unequalled by other medical waste disposal companies in the Amarillo area.
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Our independant local contractor offers USDOT and State government approved container systems. The Company specifically designs each Medical Waste Management Program to meet the special service requirements of the individual Customer. These container systems are offered to medical waste customers through two different programs.