New Hampshire Medical Waste Disposal Savings
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The state of New Hampshire is located in the northeastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Main, Quebec and the Atlantic Ocean. The state capital is Concord while its most populated city is Manchester. The state moto is “Live Free or Die” a quote from the famous Revolutionary War general, John Stark. It was a part of the original 13 colonies and was the first to establish an independent government. New Hampshire is one of the first states to host the presidential primary and is an important testing ground for new candidates.
New Hampshire was first settled by English and French fisherman in the early 1600’s. It was established as one of the 13 colonies and its economy was fueled by the many saw mills, shipyards, and merchant shops. The state one of the first to rebel against the British rule but only had one battle fought in its territory. New Hampshire became the 9th state to ratify the US Constitution. The Industrial Revolution brought French and Irish immigrants to area to work for the numerous saw mills and textile factories.
The White Mountains provide some of the best and biggest skiing in New England. The abundant lakes and seashore make the state an excellent summer stopping place to enjoy the water and sunshine. Many vacation homes are owned by out of staters who pump a lot of money into the local economy each season.
New Hampshire’s economy was historically fueled by its rich natural resources via its saw and grain mills. The dip in mill work in the 20th century brought manufacturing and fabricating to the region. In recent years, manufacturing has begun to wane due to the prominence in other states like Massachusetts. Today, the economic driving forces in the area are high tech manufacturing, tourism, and healthcare. The state has 10 major hospitals, including the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is a major player in biomedical research in the east coast.
As the costs of healthcare continue to climb across New Hampshire, it is important that practice managers and healthcare professionals are constantly looking for ways to mitigate costs. One key area that health care professionals are consistently overpaying is the disposal of regulated medical waste, This type of waste is highly regulated at both state and federal levels. Steep fines are delivered to health care practices for breaching any of these regulations. It is critical that medical waste is being compliantly disposed of by a licensed medical waste hauler.
MedPro Disposal provides regulated medical waste disposal to New Hampshire residents. In addition to medical waste disposal, we offer a pharmaceutical mail back program and OSHA compliance training. Our process is simple. Our prices are based on the frequency of pick-up and the volume of waste generated on a regular basis. Once we have those two pieces of information, we will build a customized quote for you. The price we quote is the price you pay. We have a transparent contract with no hidden fees or surcharges.
Our OSHA compliance training program allows your employees to receive OSHA training and certification via our online portal. The online portal includes interactive multimedia training and a simplified data sheet management. It has never been easier to monitor your entire team and get everyone up to speed on HazCom, BBP, IDC-10 and more. The training consists of short videos with a multiple choice questions after to test knowledge. Upon completion, a certificate will be available to print or save for future reference.
MedPro’s full suite of services ensure New Hampshire’s healthcare professionals are fully covered when it comes to medical waste disposal and OSHA compliance. With MedPro, you know you are receiving the best price. We have the flexibility to ensure you are receiving a service-plan that makes sense and is not breaking the bank.