EASTON, Pa., Aug. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Daniels Sharpsmart Inc., the world's largest provider of reusable systems for sharps disposal and the second largest company in the medical waste disposal industry in the United States, will be celebrating the launch of their new facility at 925 Conroy Place in Easton, Pa. with a grand opening ceremony on Tuesday, August 16 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The grand opening will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony with Dan Daniels, founder of Daniels Sharpsmart, and Markus Koch, CEO of Daniels Sharpsmart, making the trip from the company's headquarters in Australia. The following dignitaries will present at the grand opening ceremony: U.S. Congressman Charles Dent, U.S. Senator Pat Toomey, State Senator Bob Mensch, and State Representative Joe Emrick. Members of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce and local officials will also be present for the grand opening.
"By having a facility in Easton, Pa., we'll be able to better serve our clients in the Northeast region and to continue our growth to meet regional market demands," said David Skinner, Vice President of Daniels. "We're looking forward to providing a safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly option for sharps and medical waste disposal for our clients in the region."
In addition to making healthcare safer and greener in the Northeast region, the facility is expected to have a positive impact on the local economy of Easton, PA. The 21,850 square-foot facility will initially employ up to 15 employees ranging from plant manager, assistant plant manager and administrative support roles to production, plant workers and truck drivers. At full capacity the facility is expected to expand to employing more than 50 employees.
Daniels Sharpsmart is committed to developing safe, environmentally friendly products and services for healthcare workers to reduce risk for healthcare organizations. Their pro