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According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 9.50 square miles, of which, 9.49 square miles is land and 0.01 square miles is water. Due to its elevation, the climate of Beckley is either classified as mountain temperate or humid continental (K-ppen Cfb or Dfb, respectively), and the city straddles the border between USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 6B and 7A. Summers are warm and humid, although significantly cooler than low-elevation places within the state, with only one day of 90 -F + highs annually, and winters are generally cold and snowy with occasional intervening warm periods and 10 nights of sub-10 -F lows. Monthly mean temperatures range from 31.1 -F in January to 70.6 -F in July. Snowfall averages 61.4 inches per season and chiefly occurs from December to March, with some accumulation in April and November and May or October falls much rarer.
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Beckley, West Virginia was founded on April 4th, 1838, and was named in honor of John James Beckley, the first Librarian of Congress. Early in history, the town only existed on paper and was known as Beckleyville or Raleigh Court House. Now, the city boasts a population of 17,614. The city can often be heard referred to as the “Smokeless Coal Capital,” “The City of Champions,” and the “Gateway to Southern West Virginia.” Beckley was home to the first community antenna television system in the United States, which was a precursor to cable television. Serving the healthcare needs of Beckley’s residents is up to Raleigh General Hospital and Beckley ARH Hospital. With that treatment however, comes medical waste, which is regulated on the state and federal level and cannot just simply be thrown in the standard trash stream. The reason for this is because most medical waste has blood on it, and blood-borne pathogens have the potential of causing disease and illness, if an unprotected individual were to come in contact with them. Classifying medical waste is tricky. Trying to determine what needs to go in the medical waste container and what can go in the normal trash bin can be challenging. Luckily, being a MedPro Disposal customer earns your office a poster that can be displayed above the medical waste container. This poster clearly outlines what can and cannot go in the medical waste container, and what is safe to dispose of normally. For reference, some examples of medical waste are IV bags, used sharps, gauze pads and soaked bandages. When these items are used on a patient, it is crucial that they are disposed of immediately in the proper container, in order to prevent the spread of pathogens, which, according to the CDC, resulted in 17 million cases of infection in hospitals in 2011. MedPro Disposal is devoted to reducing that number and making sure that all medical waste is handled properly and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.MedPro may specialize in medical waste disposal, but it’s not the only service we offer! We’re proud to offer pharmaceutical disposal in the Beckley area, which is designed to be a cost-effective, simple to use program. MedPro will send your facility a 2.5-gallon bucket that can be used as a designated container for any old and unused medications that you may have. Once the bucket becomes full, simply attach the included pre-paid shipping label and hand it off to your local shipping company to be delivered to our disposal facility. When we receive your bucket, your facility will receive a brand new bucket in the mail that is ready to be filled up again! While other companies may charge you monthly for this service, MedPro runs this program on a per-bucket cost. That means, regardless of whether it takes you 1 week or 1 year to fill the bucket, you will only be charged one time, saving your company’s hard-earned dollars. Along with our superior disposal services, MedPro also offers OSHA compliance. Our online OSHA compliance portal is a very cost-effective method of training an entire workforce. The online portal allows an administrator to go in and assign testing based on job duties for either individuals, or training as a group if desired. Once employees complete their training, their certificates of completion are all stored in one central location, making it extremely easy to reference, should the need ever arise. The value proposition of this program is very high, as it eliminates the need to hire an outside consultant to come in and train an entire office. This usually requires shutting down for half a day which results in lost time and revenue. With medical costs rising across the country, Beckley included, MedPro Disposal wants to help stop that trend, and save your facility money. Our customers in the Beckley area are consistently seeing savings in the 20-40% range compared to their previous vendors. That’s money that can be better spent on improving patient care and upgrading current technologies.
Beckley is well known for two major tourist attractions: The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine and Tamarack. The Exhibition Coal Mine is a preserved coal mine that offers daily tours and a history lesson on coal mining in Appalachia. Tamarack, originally built at a cost of $10 million and dedicated to former Governor Gaston Caperton.