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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Florida City’s Background and Solid Waste
Florida City is a city in Southeast Florida is a suburb of Miami and is part of Miami Dade County. Its unique history has made the city to become a place for agriculture and tourism. The original land that is now Florida City was the site of limestone ridges, or Miami Rock Ridge, covered with pine trees. In the 1900s the land was leveled and developed for agriculture use. Today, the city’s proximity to the water and state and national parks has also made it a destination for visitors.
Solid Waste Collection
Solid waste is collected by Miami-Dade County, which services the County and several other cities (i.e. Aventura, Cutler Bay, Doral, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Opa-locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest and Sunny Isles Beach). Florida City recycling is also collected and processed by the County through an inter-local agreement, as does El Portal, Medley, Miami Beach, Miami Springs, North Bay Village, South Miami, Virginia Gardens, and West Miami.
Miami-Dade Ecosystem Protection
Miami-Dade County strives to protect, maintain, and promote its ecosystems. Some of its treasured natural resources include its coral reefs, numerous wetlands and marshes, hardwood hammocks, pine forests, and the Biscayne Bay. To preserve these resources, the County hosts a number of innovative programs designed to regulate, monitor, and restore sensitive or endangered lands and habitats. Some of these ecological programs include:
- The Beach Re-nourishment Program: Miami-Dade County recognizes the value of its beaches to both the natural environment but also to the local economy. To protect its beaches, the County partners with Miami-Dade County Environmental Resources Management and local, state, and federal agencies to combat beach erosion through the Beach Re-nourishment Program.
- The Coastal Areas Program: The Coastal Areas Program requires permits for any work that takes place on or above tidal waters as well as coastal wetlands. Additionally, because Mangroves protect the shoreline from hurricanes and soil erosion (and host the development of shrimp, crab, and fish) permitting is required to make alternations to the shoreline and annual permits are required for all commercial docking facilities and storage or recreational docking with ten or more spaces.
- Miami-Dade County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL): the Miami-Dade County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands was established to protect endangered lands in the County, such as Pinelands and other areas. To this end, the County assessed an additional tax from which the revenues were used to purchase over twenty thousand acres of vulnerable lands that have been placed under the management of Miami-Dade County parks.
- Manatee Protection: The County also upholds the protection of manatees, which are safeguarded by the State through the Florida Manatee Sanctuary Act, the Federal government through the Marine Mammal Protection Act, and the Endangered Species Act.
- Artificial Reef Program: Under the Artificial Reef Program, eleven inshore and seventeen offshore artificial reef sites have been created by strategically placing large vessels, old oil production platforms, concrete materials, natural limestone, and military tanks underwater to develop into reefs that support marine biology.
Environmental Protection and Cleanup
Miami-Miami Dade County also has programs that address contamination and the need for cleanup within the county. One such program is the State of Florida’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program, which is delegated to Miami-Dade County through a Brownfield Site Rehabilitation Agreement.
Brownfield sites are properties that are believed to have contamination issues, and brownfield areas are neighboring brownfield sites that may include non-contaminated sites. Many of these places are commercial or industrial areas that have been abandoned or stagnated. The potential risk of contamination makes brownfield sites and larger surrounding areas less desirable for development. For this reason, the County places incentives for the development of these lands including:
- Tax credits (e.g. the Voluntary Cleanup Tax Credit).
- Legal protections against liability.
- The provision of a waiver of contamination assessment report review fees.
- Low interest loans and federal grants and funding alsop may be available through a Brownfield Site Rehabilitation Agreement.