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Pennsylvania Medical Waste Disposal Service Area

Bio-MED services the entire state of Pennsylvania including the following cities for medical waste disposal.

Abington
Allentown
Altoona
Beltzhoover
Bensalem
Bethel Park
Bethlehem
Bloomfield
Brentwood
Bristol
Cheltenham
Chester city
Crafton
Cranberry township
Derry township
Easton
Ellwood City
Erie
Exeter township
Falls township

Hampden
Harrisburg
Haverford
Hazleton
Hempfield township
Horsham
Lancaster
Lebanon city
Lower Macungie
Lower Makefield
Lower Merion
Lower Paxton
Lower Providence
Manheim township
McCandless
Middletown township
Millcreek township
Monroeville
Montgomery township
Moon

Mount Lebanon
New Castle
Norristown
North Huntingdon
Northampton township
O’Hara Township
Penn Hills
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Plum borough
Radnor
Reading
Ridley
Ross township
Scranton
Shadyside
Shaler
Spring township
Springettsbury
State College

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Medical Waste Disposal

Medical Waste Disposal in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Medical Waste Disposal in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Medical waste disposal made easy. Whether you’re in the medical field or not, waste disposal can be a challenging and daunting task. We make it easy by taking care of everything for you!

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania | Medical Waste Removal

Bio-MED is your first choice for the safe and efficient disposal of biohazardous medical waste. We are aware of the regulations that govern our industry and comply with all federal, state, and local statutes. We are able to provide you with a wide variety of services at competitive rates.

We’ve Been Serving the Midwest for over 25 years

For over 25 years, Bio-MED has been providing commercial medical waste disposal to hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities. We know how important it is to provide exceptional customer service and medical waste removal services to your business, making sure your employees and patients feel safe and secure. Call us today for more information about our medical waste solutions!

Bio-MED offer’s Comprehensive Waste Disposal Services

Bio-MED offer’s Comprehensive Waste Disposal Services. From cradle-to-grave, medical waste is picked up from your business and transported to our specialized treatment facility with our employees, our fleet of trucks equipped by us to safely haul medical waste, into our regulated medical waste treatment plant. One company, one service, the way it should be.

Here at Bio-MED we are a full-service medical waste disposal company. Our trained employees will come to your facility to pick up your medical waste, in our company owned and equipped medical waste trucks, that brings the waste back to our own medical waste treatment plant, where it is safely destroyed.

Bethlehem About

Bethlehem is a city along the Lehigh River, split between both Northampton and Lehigh counties in the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania. Bethlehem has a total population of 75,781, making it the eighth largest city in Pennsylvania. Of this, 55,639 were in Northampton County and 19,343 were in Lehigh County.

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Helpful Bethlehem Resources

City of Bethlehem
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-865-7000

Police Department
10 E Church St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-865-7187

Bethlehem Fire Dept.
10 E Church St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-865-7140

Chamber of Commerce
74 W Broad St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-739-1775

Public Works
10 E Church St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-865-7050

Health Bureau
10 E Church St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-865-7083

Bethlehem Interesting Information

Bethlehem has a long historical relationship with the celebration of Christmas. The city was christened as Bethlehem on Christmas Eve 1741 by Nicolaus Zinzendorf, a Moravian bishop. In 1747, Bethlehem was the first U.S. city to feature a decorated Christmas tree. On December 7, 1937, at a grand ceremony during the Great Depression, the city adopted the nickname “Christmas City USA” in a large ceremony. It is one of several Lehigh Valley locations, including Emmaus, Egypt, and Allentown’s Jordan Creek, whose names were inspired by locations referenced in the Bible.


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