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Provo lies in the Utah Valley at an elevation of 4,549 feet. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 44.2 square miles, of which 41.7 square miles is land and 2.5 square miles, or 5.66%, is water. The Wasatch Range contains many peaks within Utah County along the east side of the Wasatch Front. One of these peaks, known as Y Mountain, towers over the city. There is a large hillside letter Y made of whitewashed concrete halfway up the steep mountain, built in the early part of the 20th century to commemorate Brigham Young University (original plans included construction of all three letters: BYU). Wild deer (and less frequently, cougars, and moose) still roam the mountains (and occasionally the city streets). The scenery is generally considered enjoyable and allows for hiking, skiing, fishing and other outdoor activities.
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Marking the largest city in Utah County, Provo, Utah lies between Orem and Springville. Provo had a population of 526,810 residents at the end of the decade, according to the US census. A Spanish missionary-explorer by name of Father Silvestre Velez de Escalante was the first European to visit the area. This was back in 1776. At first, Provo was referred to as Fort Utah, back in 1849. 33 Mormon families settled here from Salt Lake City. When 1850 hit, it was renamed Provo in honor of Etienne Provost, an early French-Canadian trapper.
Brigham Young University may ring a bell when thinking of Provo, Utah. This is a private university that is run by the Latter Day Saints. BYU marks the third largest in the nation in regards to private universities.
The main interstate, Interstate 15, runs just west along the outline of Provo. This connects the city with much of Utah. Amtrak is a huge transportation component in Provo. From our home base, Chicago, all the way to Emeryville, California, Amtrak connects people from much of the United States.
When it comes to extracurricular activities, Provo has plenty to offer. With more than three dozen restaurants as well as shopping centers, you shouldn’t have trouble getting a taste of the town. Music venues and small shops have started to pop up around the downtown area as well. Many don’t know the roots of Ancestry.com. This genealogy and family networking company is headquartered in Provo as well.
Small practice or large hospital, MedPro Disposal joins arms to help you with your medical waste disposal and education on OSHA Compliance. We know how important it is for facilities to start cutting costs wherever they can. Medical costs are constantly on the rise, and practices have been looking for an alternative solution for their medical waste disposal.
Working with MedPro could be the next step for assuring top-tier service along with a cost-effective solution. The MedPro advantage is one that separates us from other medical waste disposal providers. MedPro works with your facility’s needs to create a plan that is suited to your output. Savings that don’t sacrifice service has always been the number one concern of our customers. We partner with you to be your top-tier licensed professional, all the while sticking to our consistent low-cost pricing.
We are here to be on your team, not compete with you. We charge our customers solely based on the services they will find beneficial. From different services to pick-up schedules, a plan is created to suit you and your practice. Providing invoices to the facilities of Provo will always be void of any hidden fees or energy charges. We have a flat-rate fee policy, and we always stick to it.
OSHA Compliance training is a service we preach. This portal is the one-stop-shop to educating your faculty on the latest guidelines and safety procedures for your medical waste. We are dedicated to assisting each and every practice. At any point along the partnership, we are available to help steer you in the right direction.
MedPro has many core values. One of which is our flexibility. We understand, things change and tweaking is always needed. At any time along the line, MedPro invites you to change any components to your service. Working with you to customize the service frequency that fits best is never a hassle for us. Whether it be our own haulers, or any of our many affiliate haulers, we will get you the service you need put in place. Our relationship with our customers is always important to us.
MedPro Disposal covers many cities in Utah. Provo, we are here for you, too. We see many customers are spending well more than needed, and also paying for services they don’t necessarily need. Our service is top notch, just for a more reasonable price. Only thing that has changed in working with MedPro: you found a company that has your best interest in mind at all times.
Not only is Provo home to a handful of billion dollar companies, three of them are on the same street (Vivint, Qualtrics, and Ancestry.com). The other two, Novell and Nu Skin, are in other parts of Provo. All five companies were started by Mormons.