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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
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DeBary, Florida, Solid Waste
With over nineteen thousand inhabitants, DeBary is a city on the east coast of Florida located on an inland portion of Volusia County. DeBary sits on the northern part of the St. Johns River, one of the few rivers in the United State to flow north, and is near Lake Monroe. The St. Johns River was a resource for earlier civilizations, such as the Timucuan Indians and later the Spanish and French. The City was named after Samuel Frederick de Bary and was incorporated in on December 31, 1993.
Residents of DeBary may utilize the County’s waste collection services. In addition, the county has one landfill and one transfer station to handle waste disposal needs:
- Tomoka Landfill is located at 1990 Tomoka Farms Road, Port Orange, Florida. The Tomoka Landfill encompasses over three thousand acres of land, with over two hundred acres designated for recycling purposes.
- West Volusia Transfer Station is located at 3151 E. New York Avenue, DeLand, Florida. Residents of DeBary may haul in waste to the Tomoka Landfill to be disposed of at the rate of thirty-four dollars per ton of regular garbage and twenty-three dollars per ton for yard waste. The site will NOT take a motor oil but will take construction appliances, tires of all types and sizes, and appliances in addition to yard waste and household garbage. Tires generally cost about one hundred dollars per ton for regular tires and one hundred and sixty for truck tires. The landfill will also dispose of asbestos at the rate of two hundred dollars per ton.
How to Dispose of Motor Oil
The City of DeBary and the County of Volusia has prioritized the environmental disposal of oil because, as noted by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency, Florida cities and counties have a high risk of underground pollution due to the relatively low aquifer. For this reason, a gallon of oil that is leaked into the aquifer can be far-reaching, potentially polluting as many as one million gallons of groundwater.
To combat this environmental risk, the County’s Solid Waste Division offers residents in DeBary and the rest of the County free removal of home fuel.
Residents of DeBary are instructed to dispose of hazardous waste through the Tomoka Landfill and the West Volusia Transfer Station. In addition, the County offers two events annually to provide opportunities for residents to more conveniently dispose of hazardous waste. The following hazardous waste items can be disposed at the landfill, transfer station, and events:
- Motor oil (note: oil can also be recycled at country fire stations.)
- Lead acid batteries (note; batteries can also be disposed of through retail stores that sell such batteries which are legally responsible for their disposal).
- Gasoline, paints, thinners, solvents, and chemicals for the pool. In addition, the County recycles about three hundred gallons of paint each month, which are provided to nonprofit (and non-commercial) organizations.
- Needles that are used to administer insulin and other medications are also considered hazardous waste and may also be dropped off at Florida Department of Health locations at: 1845 Holsonback Drive, Daytona Beach; 121 West Rich Avenue, DeLand; and 717 West Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach.
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At Easy Dumpster Rental, it is easy to investigate the option of a roll off dumpster by going online for a fast quote. After that, customers can get a bin sent within twenty-four hours. When our clients finish their project, they can simply go online to request dumpster pickup and have it removed when convenient. Customers that require multiple disposals can request Easy Dumpster Rental’s “Dump and Return” service to have containers emptied and returned to the site to be filled again.