Your Markham dumpster rental operators are Brian McHugh and John Peddle. Each of our Markham Bin There Dump That Operators is a local independent business owner and a member of your Markham community. Brian and John have operated their Bin There Dump That location in Markham since 2008 and they will be very happy to help you personally with all your Markham dumpster rental needs. Give us a call at 1-866-688-3510 anytime and we will gladly answer any of your dumpster rental questions.
Markham is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Ontario and is home to over 330,000 people covering 212 square kilometres of land. More than 400 companies are headquartered in Markham due to a well defined transportation and communication network, high quality facilities, a diverse and highly educated labour force and pro-business environment. With close to 900 high-technology and life sciences companies, Markham is Canada's High-Technology Capital.
In 1972, Markham was incorporated as a town, as its population skyrocketed due to urban sprawl from Toronto. In 1976, Markham's population was approximately 56,000. Since that time, the population has more than quintupled with explosive growth in new subdivisions. Much of Markham's farmland has now disappeared, but is still found north of Major Mackenzie Drive. An Ontario Historical Plaque was erected in front of the Markham Museum by the province to commemorate the founding of Markham's role in Ontario's heritage.
As of 2006, Markham comprises five major villages including Cornell, Markham Village, Milliken, Thornhill, and Unionville. Since the 1980s, the city has been recognized as a suburb of Toronto. Many high-tech companies have head offices located in Markham for the relative abundance of land, low tax rates and good transportation routes. Broadcom Canada, ATI Technologies (now known as AMD Graphics Product Group), IBM Canada, Apple Computer Canada, Motorola Canada, Honeywell Canada and many other well-known companies have chosen Markham as their home in Canada. Hence, the city has been branding itself as Canada's "High-Tech Cap