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Mihara Waste Removal

Clearing Today, For a Cleaner Tomorrow.

Mihara Waste Removal

132 S 7th St
Allentown Pennsylvania 18101

(610) 672-7025

Business Description

Mihara Waste Removal, located in the heart of Allentown is your one-stop solution for all your dumpster rental needs. Serving the community with pride and professionalism, our services are tailored to meet every waste management challenge, be it residential, commercial, or industrial.

Our services include roll-off dumpster rentals, construction debris disposal, residential and business dumpster services, as well as our highly sought after same day dumpster service. Each offering is designed to ensure that Allentown residents and businesses enjoy a hassle-free, efficient waste disposal experience.

Why choose Mihara in Allentown

1. Local Expertise : We are deeply rooted in Allentown and understand the unique needs of the area when it comes to waste management. Our familiarity with local regulations ensures compliance and peace of mind for our clients.
2. Our dumpsters come in a variety of sizes to suit every need.
3. Prompt & Reliable: With our emphasis on timely service, especially with our same-day offerings, you can trust that your waste management needs will be met promptly.
4. Mihara is committed to sustainable practices. Our practices ensure waste is disposed of in an eco-friendly manner, contributing to a cleaner Allentown.

Mihara Waste Removal can help you, whether you're a home owner doing a DIY project, a contractor looking for a reliable waste disposal service, or a company that needs regular waste management. Our reputation in Allentown stands on a foundation of reliability, customer-centricity, and unparalleled service quality.

Join the many Allentown residents and businesses who have chosen Mihara Waste Removal as their first choice in dumpster rental. Experience the difference of working with Allentown's best. Contact us today!

Business Hours

Monday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Allentown

Allentown (Pennsylvania Dutch: Allenschteddel, Allenschtadt, or Ellsdaun) is a city in Pennsylvania and the county seat of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is the third-most-populous city in Pennsylvania with a population of 125,845 as of the 2020 census and the most populous city in the Lehigh Valley metropolitan area, which had a population of 861,899 and was the 68th-most populous metropolitan area in the nation as of 2020.Founded in 1762, Allentown is located on the Lehigh River, a 109-mile-long (175 km) tributary of the Delaware River. It is the largest of three adjacent cities, including Bethlehem and Easton in Lehigh and Northampton counties, in the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania. Allentown is located 48 miles (77 km) north of Philadelphia and 78 miles (126 km) west of New York City. == History == === 18th century === In the early 1700s, the area that is present-day Allentown was a wilderness of scrub oak, where the Lenape, a Native American tribe, fished for trout and hunted for deer, grouse, and other game. In 1736, this large area north of Philadelphia was deeded by 23 chiefs of the Five Civilized Tribes to three sons of William Penn, founder of the colonial-era Province of Pennsylvania: John Penn, Thomas Penn, and Richard Penn. The price for the land included shoes, buckles, hats, shirts, knives, scissors, combs, needles, looking glasses, rum, and pipes.On May 18, 1732, the land was deeded by Thomas Penn to Joseph Turner, an iron manufacturer and politician from Philadelphia. Two years later, on September 10, 1735, a 5,000-acre (20 km2) part of the land was purchased from Turner's business partner by William Allen, a wealthy shipping merchant and former mayor of Philadelphia.The land was surveyed in 1736 and again in 1753 as part of an effort to construct a road from Easton in the east to Reading in the west. The 1753 survey reported that a log house, owned by Allen and built around 1740, existed near the western banks of Jordan Creek. The house was used primarily as a hunting and fishing lodge by Allen, but he also used it to entertain prominent guests, including James Hamilton, his brother-in-law, and John Penn, then governor of the Province of Pennsylvania.

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