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Lady Waste Corp

Empowering Sustainability, One Waste Solution at a Time

Lady Waste Corp

3800 Fudge Rd
Apopka Florida 32703
United States


Business Description

Lady Waste Corp is your partner for all of your waste disposal in Apopka needs! Whether you're tackling a residential renovation project or managing a commercial construction site, we offer a comprehensive range of dumpster rental selections to suit your requirements. Our dedicated team is committed to providing efficient and reliable service, helping you manage waste effectively and alleviate any stress associated with cleanup.

With years of industry experience, we understand the importance of prompt and dependable waste disposal solutions. From short-term projects to long-term contracts, we have the expertise to support homeowners, contractors, property managers, and business owners alike. Our streamlined process ensures hassle-free scheduling, whether you prefer to give us a call at (321) 414-0014 or utilize our convenient online booking system.

At Lady Waste Corp, we take pride in delivering top-notch customer service and competitive pricing, ensuring you receive exceptional value with every rental. We can help you organize and clean up your worksite and reclaim space. Contact us today and experience the difference at Lady Waste Corp.

Business Hours

Monday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Apopka

Apopka is a city in Orange County, Florida. The city's population was 54,873 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Apopka comes from Seminole word Ahapopka for "potato-eating place".Apopka is referred to as the "Indoor Foliage Capital of the World" due to the many greenhouse nurseries there. == History == The earliest known inhabitants of the Apopka area were the Acuera people, members of the Timucua confederation. They had disappeared by 1730, probably decimated by diseases transmitted through Florida by Spanish colonists. The Acuera were succeeded by refugees from Alabama and Georgia, who formed the new Seminole Indian tribe. They called the area Ahapopka. Aha, meaning "Potato," and papka, meaning "eating place". By the 1830s, this settlement numbered about 200, and was the birthplace of the chief Coacoochee (known in English as "Wild Cat").

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