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    Bethlehem Pennsylvania



    Serving Bethlehem PA’s Sharps Disposal Needs

    AdvoWaste of Bethlehem is a leading medical waste disposal company in PA. We maintain full certification with OSHA while complying with all PA state and local Bethlehem regulations. Our expertise, safety and professionalism ensure that your regulated medical waste in Bethlehem is disposed of and treated in the proper manner and always on your schedule.

    The State of PA provides regulatory oversight for medical waste management, including all aspects of handling, storage, treatment and disposal within the state. The Pennsylvania Health and the Department of Environmental Consideration (DEC) along with the State Department jointly administer the state’s RMW program, each focusing on different responsibilities.

    Don’t see your facility type on the list? Contact us at (877) 959-0634 to find out how we can provide the medical waste disposal service you need.

    Bethlehem PA Medical Waste Resources

    Bethlehem City Hall
    City or town hall in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    10 E Church Street
    Bethlehem, PA 18018, USA
    Phone: (610) 865-7000
    Bethlehem Township Municipal Building
    City government office in Northampton County, Pennsylvania
    4225 Easton Avenue
    Bethlehem, PA 18020, USA
    Phone: (610) 814-6400

    Pa State Representative
    State government office in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    104 E Broad Street
    Bethlehem, PA 18018, USA
    Phone: (610) 867-3890
    Bethlehem Police Department
    10 E Church St, Bethlehem, PA 18018, USA
    Phone: (610) 865-7187

    State Regulated Medical Waste Definitions

    AdvoWaste of Bethlehem PA specializes in the disposal of waste in each category, serving as your facility’s one-stop shop for regulated medical waste removal.

    Public Health Law includes any waste produced by the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of animals or human beings. The law includes five subcategories: cultures and stocks; sharps waste; human pathological wastes; human blood and blood products; and animal waste.

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    Bethlehem is a city located in the state of Pennsylvania. It is located in Lehigh and Northampton counties. These counties are located in the Lehigh Valley region. Bethlehem has a population of about 74,982 people. Bethlehem is the 7th largest city in the state of Pennsylvania.

    There are four different areas of Bethlehem. These include; Center City, the east side, west side, and the south side. Each of these areas are in the National Register of Historic Places. The West Side is located in Lehigh County, and the other three neighborhoods are located in Northampton County.

    The West Side starts at western border of the city, with Allentown and continues to the Monocacy Creek which is east and then north to the Hanover Township, which is also known as Lehigh County. Center City has Monocacy Creek located to the West, Hanover and Bethlehem townships are to the north and then Stefko Boulevard is located to the east. The South Side is bordered by Fountain Hill, which is located to the west, South Mountain is to the south, Hellertown is located to the east, and the Lehigh River is located to the north. Finally is the East Side. The East Side is bordered by Bethlehem Township and Freemansburg which are to the east, Center City is located to the West of the East Side, and Pembroke Village is to the east.

    Bethlehem is known for its annual Musikfest. It is a large, ten-day music festival. The festival brings in over a million people to the city every August. Some other festivals include; the South Side Film Festival, which is a not-for-profit film festival and isn’t competitive. Bethlehem also has the Celtic Classic festival which celebrates Celtic food, music and culture. Bethlehem is also the past and current host of the North East Art Rock Festival, which is a popular 3 day Rock music event. It is also known as NEARFest. On the first Friday of every month, businesses of the Southside Shopping district will hold a First Friday, which is a celebration of culture and arts. Restaurants, art galleries, and stores will stay open late and also offer refreshments, gallery openings, and special discounts and much more.

    In the spring of 2011, Bethlehem opened Steel Stacks, which was a ten acre campus that would showcase music, festivals, films, art and educational programming through the entire year. It’s located in the backdrop of the blast furnaces of the former Bethlehem Steel Plant. The western part of the former Bethlehem Steel site was used as a filming location for the movie Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which was released back in 2009. The zip codes of Bethlehem are 18015, 18016, 18017, 18018, and 18025.


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