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Deep in the heart of Texas sits the fourth largest city in the United States: Houston. With more than 2 million people that call Houston home, the city has plenty to show for its larger than life size.
For starters it’s a melting pot of immigrants from all over the world bringing their flare and flavors to this southern cultural hub. Its residents have a team to root for all year long with four professional sports organizations anchored in town. It’s a hot seat for the nation’s energy and oil industries, and a mecca for telecommunications.
Not to mention, Houston has been the nerve center for NASA’s space operations since the Space Race of the 1950’s and -60’s that saw the U.S. put the first man on the moon.
In short, Houston is a big deal.
While many Houston-ites are hard at work each day taking care of issues unfolding in outer space, others are hard at work in the biotechnology and healthcare sectors. In fact, Houston is home to the largest medical complex in the world: Texas Medical Center (TMC).
TMC employs 106,000 people and tends to 7.2 million patient visits annually- that’s three times the population of Houston and twice that of Los Angeles according to TMC’s website.
Houston’s health and medical organizations do not stop at TMC, they are spread far and wide throughout the city. But the last thing any medical professional wants to hear when it comes to medical waste disposal is “Houston we have a problem.”
MedPro Disposal provides reliable, cost-effective medical waste disposal throughout Houston, Texas to large and small quantity generators of medical waste.
The State of Texas produces 8.5 percent of the nation’s 2 million tons of total medical waste per year, second only to California. How Houston companies handle, store, transport and dispose of all that waste is regulated by the State of Texas.
Pages of instructions on getting rid of sharps, blood, body fluids, microbiological waste, pathological waste and more are available as part of Title 30 in the Texas Administrative Code. But while medical companies should be aware of the rules and regulations around biohazard waste disposal- MedPro Disposal takes care of operating under those rules and regulations so that health facilities can focus on doing their job while their waste-disposal needs are taken care of.
With plenty of businesses in need of medical waste disposal and biohazard waste disposal, there are several companies competing for that not-so-glamorous but necessary job.
Here are a few reasons MedPro Disposal has an edge over other medical waste companies:
The bottom line is, MedPro Disposal fits the bill when it comes to price, customer service, experience and additional offerings. For a quick break down of exactly what MedPro Disposal can offer your healthcare facility, see below:
In August 1836, two real estate entrepreneurs-Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen-from New York, purchased 6,642 acres (26.88 km2) of land along Buffalo Bayou with the intent of founding a city. The Allen brothers decided to name the city after Sam Houston, the popular general at the Battle of San Jacinto, who was elected President of Texas in September 1836.