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Salt Lake City has a total area of 110.4 mi2 and an average elevation of 4,327 feet above sea level. The lowest point within the boundaries of the city is 4,210 feet near the Jordan River and the Great Salt Lake, and the highest is Grandview Peak, at 9,410 feet. The city is located in the northeast corner of the Salt Lake Valley surrounded by the Great Salt Lake to the northwest and the steep Wasatch and Oquirrh mountain ranges on the eastern and western borders, respectively. Its encircling mountains contain many narrow glacial and stream carved canyons. Among them, City Creek, Emigration, Millcreek, and Parley’s border the eastern city limits.
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Nicknamed “The Crossroads of the West”, Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. Founded by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, and the help of George Washington Bradley, the city was officially Salt Lake City in 1847. As a combined effort, along with the help of other Mormon followers, Salt Lake City’s arid valley was irrigated. Originally the city was called “Great Salt Lake City”, however, the “great” was dropped from the city name in 1868.
Historically, the city was known as a holy city, due to the headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints residing there. Initially there was a gigantic economic boom, due to the large groups of LDS members filtering in, the mining plethora, and the initial construction of the railway system. In combination with the railway, the first highway was built in 1913, which today is known as I-15 and I-80. These two major freeways intersect the city. Since these times, the great Salt Lake City has been known for its plethora of outdoor activity. In 2002, The Winter Olympics were hosted here. Skiing is one of its main attractions.
With the nickname, “Crossroads of the West”, the steel industry, mining, and railroad operations serve as a strong foundation for the economic stability of Salt Lake City. Companies like Silver King Coalition Mines and Geneva Steel are huge benefactors to Salt Lake City’s success. Much of the city’s daytime population is business-oriented. The population during the day swells to upwards of 315,000 people.
Salt Lake City is known for its vast tourism and sightseeing. The most popular just may be Temple Square. Although this square includes the Salt Lake Temple, which is not open to public viewing, there are visitor centers that are. Home to the world-known Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Tabernacle is one of the most historic sectors of Temple Square.
In addition to Temple Square, Salt Lake is known for hosting the Winter Olympics back in 2002. The Olympic Cauldron Park has quite a few sights to see on its own. The Gateway District features a dancing fountain set that goes to music and presents the names of 30,000 Olympic volunteers carved in stone. From The Gateway District to Utah Olympic Park, you will find the Olympic ski jumps and bobsleigh runs. Today the park is used as training grounds annually, and also hosts competitions. Not many people have had the chance to ride a bobsled, however, Olympic Cauldron Park can make that dream a reality. From the visitor’s center, to the Hoberman Arch, this side of town is one to take a stroll through.
Nestled at the intersection of I-15 and I-80, healthcare providers can assure themselves that MedPro Disposal wants to extend our helping hand. Working with practices nationwide, we create an effective plan for each facilities medical waste disposal. In today’s age, cutting costs in the medical field is a high necessity for many. With the savings, facilities want to make sure they are still getting top-notch service. We are the low-cost provider that still guarantees top-tier handling and disposal.
What sets MedPro apart from its competitors? The advantage of working with us here at MedPro is simply how we construct a plan and relationship specific to you. From the different services to the customized pick-up schedule, we work with you to make sure nothing has been left out. The method to the madness is providing invoices voiding any hidden fees or charges, therefore assuring you the lowest possible cost.
Our OSHA Compliance is one of our most valuable services. We stress this online education portal often, but for good reason. This one-stop-shop educates your faculty and keeping a safe, healthy environment. Our dedication is helping our customers stay educated and remain on the compliant path.
Flexibility is in the origination of our company. We understand, things change. At any point in time, MedPro allows you the opportunity to change any components to your current service we have in place for you. Our dedicated customer advocates will work with you when need be to assure your services are best suiting your practice. From our own fleet to our many affiliates, we will get to you at the frequency needed. Our relationship with our customers is in the forefront of our business.
Many are uneducated on how exactly medical waste is handled and disposed of. The beginning of the process starts with sorting the waste. Sterilization, compaction, and disposal or recycling follows step after step. This process only is possible with the use of incineration and autoclaves. The autoclaves use is simply to force all air out of each unit, followed by the intense steaming from the incinerator. This intense heat kills off all bacteria. Finally, the items can either be recycled back into use or disposed of.
Salt Lake City residents and healthcare officials can put their trust in MedPro Disposal. It is highly understood that many facilities have an annual spend far greater than they would like. Working with us not only brings a low-cost, alternative price, but still maintains the top-tier service you were promised. The only change you make in working with us, is working with people that have your best interest in mind at all times.
The Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City took 40 years to complete. The Mormon temples in St. George, Manti and Logan Utah were completed before the Salt Lake Temple.
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