Your Lindsay dumpster rental operators are Brian McHugh and John Peddle. Each of our Lindsay Bin There Dump That Operators is a local independent business owner and a member of your Lindsay community. Brian and John have operated their Bin There Dump That location in Lindsay since 2008 and they will be very happy to help you personally with all your Lindsay dumpster rental needs. Give us a call at (705) 277-9977 or 1-866-688-3510 anytime and we will gladly answer any of your dumpster rental questions.
Lindsay is a community of 20,354 people on the Scugog River in the Kawartha Lakes region of south-eastern Ontario, Canada and is just west of Peterborough. It is the seat of the City of Kawartha Lakes, and the hub for business and commerce in the region.
With its charming Victorian architecture, Lindsay is just one of the many towns waiting to enchant you in the Kawartha Lakes region. Situated on the Scugog River between Lakes Sturgeon and Scugog, its waters were once home to a wide variety of steamboats as it was a traffic route for steamboats carrying passengers and cargo between many of the waterway communities. Nearby many of the Kawartha Lakes dot the countryside and provide great recreational boating and especially sport fishing. Shoppers will enjoy searching the many antique stores and unique artisan shops that are found on the main street.
Six hundred kilometres of year round recreational trails lace the rural landscape providing plenty of great opportunities to enjoy the fresh air as you hike, cycle or ski. Academy Theatre Performing Arts Centre has had an impressive presence at the foot of Lindsay's historic main street for over a century and a long history of presenting a wide variety of professional, regional and community productions.
When the surveyors laid out the main street of Lindsay Ontario, they made it wide enough to accommodate the turning radius of a four-horse hitch. Planning, foresight, attention to detail, and user friendliness are the intrinsic qualities, which made Lindsay's main street the best in Upper Canada then, and make it the best in Ontario now.