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Racine is a city in and the county seat of Racine County, Wisconsin, United States. It is located on the shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River. As of the 2012 U.S. census, the city had a population of 78,303, making it the fifth-largest city in Wisconsin.
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Racine is located on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River. Many residents find the city’s geographical location very beneficial, being centrally located between Milwaukee and Chicago. There are a handful of corporations that are headquartered in Racine. Some notable corporations include: J.I. Case, Dremel Corporation, and Twin Disc. Interesting facts related to the city involve the invention of the first garbage disposal and the creation of malted milk balls. The city has many events and attractions the residents are fortunate enough to take advantage of. Some notable attractions include SC Johnson headquarters and North Beach Park. SC Johnson has an assortment of diverse product lines offered, free tours to the public provide a first-person experience of their production. Another popular hot spot during the summertime includes North Beach Park. Located on Lake Michigan the beautiful beach offers a spot to catch some rays and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. The Racine Zoo is a popular attraction for the younger crowd. The zoo is located on the sandy shores of Lake Michigan as is home to many exotic animals. The layout is a great way to get some exercise in while enjoying the company of some furry friends. The city has a lot to offer their residents, although the one thing they are most grateful for is the excellent healthcare system of Racine. The healthcare facilities are dedicated to providing the absolute best care to the community. The nationally recognized facilities include Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare All Saints and Wheaton Franciscan healthcare. Although one problem these facilities face is the vast amount of waste that is accumulated by the patients. It is very important the removal process of this waste is taken very seriously due to the potential harm it can cause. Medical waste is broadly defined as any item that comes into contact with bodily fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of a human.MedPro Disposal specializes in medical waste disposal services for Racine healthcare facilities. We offer a variety of services which include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance. Your medical waste concerns will be eliminated with our disposal solutions. One benefit MedPro Disposal offers to our practices in the Racine area is our ability to construct a customized waste plan. We require two pieces of information to get the process started. The two pieces include how much medical waste is being produced and how often the waste is picked up. With that information, we can determine a cost-effective pickup schedule that works for you. MedPro Disposal will provide you with red-lined cardboard boxes that would house the accumulated medical waste. On your scheduled pick-up date we would remove the accumulated waste and provide your facility with new boxes. Here at MedPro Disposal we understand your production levels may change, therefore we are very flexible with accommodating your requests. We are able to change your frequency and volume accordingly.
Another popular cost-effective program that is offered is our unique pharmaceutical mail-back program. Your facility will be provided with a 2.5 Gallon OTC/Rx or controlled bucket. The bucket comes equipped with a pre-paid UPS return label for a simple disposal process. Your unwanted and expired medications will be placed in the bucket for proper disposal. The one-time purchase of the bucket is a great solution for those excess medications you may have. The program is compliant on all state and federal levels. It is very important these medications do not end up in Racine’s landfills and water systems. To ensure the safety of the community the pharmaceutical mail back program is a great solution.
Our OSHA training courses are a great way to have your employees certified. The training is hosted on our online portal. The training consists of short educational videos that explain the proper removal process of harmful waste. After each training section will be multiple choice questions to ensure your employees are retaining the information. Some advantages our program has to offer include interactive multimedia training, easy-to-navigate tabs, and an abundance of a comprehensive set of resources. Upon completion of the course, your employee will be provided with a certificate. The certificate can be printed out for easy filing purposes, but will also remain accessible on the online portal at any time.
The benefits MedPro Disposal has to offer the healthcare facilities in the Racine area are tremendous. The array of services we offer include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance. We are able to bundle these services to eliminate your medical concerns, this allows us offer you substantial savings.
On October 10, 1699, a fleet of eight canoes bearing a party of French explorers entered the mouth of Root River. These were the first Europeans known to visit what is now Racine County. They established a trading post in the area that eventually became a small settlement on Lake Michigan near where the Root River empties into Lake Michigan. "Racine" is French for "root".