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Are you moving in the Western New York region and need to get rid of some junk? Maybe you have a pile of rubbish around your home or office. Or maybe you have a lot of junk from your renovation project or construction clean up. Bin There Dump That provides junk and rubbish removal bins sizes 4 to 20 yards. No matter how much or how little junk or rubbish you have to get rid of, we have a bin or dumpster for you.
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Whose name is from the Iroquois word Onguiaahra; meaning thunder of waters. We are not only a locally owned franchise, our group has lived in Niagara County for generations, and are proud to be a part of our community. There is so much history in our area to explore, here, as well as our neighbors just south of us in Erie County. We are home to the Niagara Wine Trail, situated between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario, the Niagara Wine Region consists of unique geographical characteristics and a climate perfect for the production of grapes. Wines such as Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Cabernet are frown in our region, along with native and hybrid grapes. World-class ice wine, mead and artisan fruit wines are crafted here as well. All within a short drive you can enjoy the charming towns, restaurants, over sixteen different wineries, historical sites, farm markets, and antique shops while you sip the fine wines our area has to offer.
Western New York is a close-knit community, nicknamed for its good neighbors. The reason may be obvious, but it's so true and simple - we're just really nice people, and always come to each other's side in a time of need or to celebrate and rejoice. It's the sense of community, family and friendship that Western New York has that gives us a sense of pride to call this our home.
Niagara Falls is a city on the Niagara River, in New York State. It's known for the vast Niagara Galls, which straddle the Canadian border. In Niagara Falls State Park, the Observation Tower, at Prospect Point, just out over Niagara Gorge for a view of all 3 waterfalls. Trails from the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center lead to other viewpoints, and the Aquarium of Niagara is home to Humboldt penguins, seals and sea lions.
The town of Lewiston and its contained village are named after Morgan Lewis, an early 19th-century governer of New York. Located just about a half hour north of Buffalo's City Hall, the historic village of Lewiston is as quaint and adorable as it is bustling. They host festivals nearly every weekend during the summer, with favorites being the Arts and Crafts Fest, Jazz Fest, and Peach Fest. They have concerts, restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as a gorgeous view of the Niagara River.
Lockport is a city and the county seat of Niagara County, surrounded by the town of Lockport. It is named from a set of Erie Canal locks within the city. This season, the Locks Heritage District is offering the 2019 Reconstruction Tour - Unlocking an Engineering Marvel! This tour takes you back to the men and the engineering feats that designed and built the Erie Canal that opened in 1825. The tour also has an opportunity to try your hand as a Locktender, giving visitors the opportunity to be part of a a team that opens and closes the replica 5-ton lock gates. You don't even need reservations, walk ups are welcome!
Grand Island, NY, in Erie County whose name derives from the French Name La Grande Île, as it is the largest island in the Niagara River and third largest in the state. Grand Island is home to Beaver Island State Park, Buckhorn Island State Park, Fantasy Island Theme Park, or stay at Branches of Niagara Campground and Resort for a quick get-away!
Tonawanda meaning "confluent strean" in Tuscarora, is a city at the northern edge of Erie County, south across the Erie Canal from North Tonawanda. The town was established in 1836, by separation from then the town of Buffalo. At the time, it included land that later became part of the town of Grand Island and the entire City of Tonawanda. There are so many fun thhings to do if you find yourself in Tonawanda, like visit the historical Qurlitzer Building where you can stop for a wood-fired pizza and some brews at Woodcock Bros, then over to Platters Chocolates. Try walking or cycling along the Niagara River at Niawanda Park, then cross the pedestrian bridge over to Isle View Park and get out your rollerblades!
Whether you have lived here your entire life like we have, or you are new to the area, Bin There Dump That of WNY can service all your cleanout needs, whether you are a renter, a homeowner, or even a contractor. When we say Size Does Matter, not only do we mean that our compact bins fit where the big guys won't, we also mean that we believe in small business. This great nation, and our perfect little part of Western New York was built upon the foundation of small businesses like us. Just like the little hardware store down the street, you know the one where the owner also rings you up for items... Or your local mom-and-pop restaurant like the one that serves the great food you can only find in our area, where you have visited with your family since you were little, and so on... We are that little guy. We care about each and every customer we have been able to help, and we have made some great relationships with remarkable people in this area. Small business owners like us, who strive to survive and one of the biggest advantages we have is the ability to provide you with more personable, hands-on, and memorable customer service.