Medical & Biohazardous Waste Disposal in Joliet
Located just 25 miles southwest of Chicago is the city of Joliet. It is home of the first public community college in the United States 'Joliet Junior College'. The educational first is one of many claims to fame for the city. Many folks also recognize the iconic façade of Joliet Correctional Center from the opening scene from the film The Blues Brothers.
While the correctional center is a big icon of the 4th largest city in Illinois—the residents have so much more to be proud of. People come from all around to be entertained at the Rialto Square Theater. Opened in 1926, it has been deemed one of the most beautiful theaters in the world with its unique, neo-baroque architecture. When you enter the theater you’re immediately in awe of the austere ceiling details and classic red, velvet drapery. It is the perfect lux venue to catch live music or even stand-up at. See the current calendar for events here and grab yourself tickets to a show!
Pop culture and entertainment aside, Joliet has a rich history. Once called the “city of stone,” due to the limestone quarries, the residents of Joliet are as wonderful as a mine of gemstones. Originally the city was called “Juliet” but residents took a vote to make the change in 1845. Early settlers ranged from explorers to a large population of Slovenian folk. The Slovenian Women’s Heritage Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of those early settlers and providing education about their culture. No matter what event you’re in Joliet for, you can’t help but be blown away by the easily-accessible history in every corner.
Daniels health is proud to help preserve the life of healthcare workers in Joliet through our passion for safe medical waste solutions.
Joliet Healthcare Waste Management with purpose.
Before Daniels Health entered the US healthcare waste market, the options for waste disposal were very limited—a red bag and a disposable box. Those antiquated solutions for healthcare waste streams and their inability to protect the environment are what helped fuel our dream: reusable and sustainable solutions. Our innovative sharps and medical waste systems were designed from feedback received from actual clinicians. We wanted to hear firsthand user-experience from the people who handle medical waste every day, and understand what we could do to improve their safety and efficiencies. Combined with extensive scientific studies we were able to create something magical: leak-proof, shatterproof reusable containers designed with security locks and overfill protection. We are now on a mission to provide these radically safe solutions to as many healthcare facilities as possible.