Dumpster Rental in Fort Myers Beach, FL
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Why Our Service Ascends Above The Competition:
Construction, renovation, landscaping, organization, cleaning, and other projects become expensive if they take more time than expected. That’s why EDR offers the fastest and most flexible rolloff service anywhere.
- Let our fifteen years of experience benefit your project.
- We offer 10, 20, 30, and 40-cubic-yard roll-off dumpsters.
- Our online tools can precisely estimate your disposal needs.
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- When you are done, just place a dumpster removal request.
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If you need a front load unit for any project, Easy Dumpster Rental will get you the lowest price in Fort Myers Beach or anywhere in Florida. We strive to make roll-off containers affordable for everyone who needs them.
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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
Trash,Environment and Brief History of Fort Myers Beach
Fort Myers Beach is a city located on Estero Island in Lee County on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida. The Culusa Indians originally inhabited the area about two thousand years ago. The Calusa Tribe controlled most of southern Florida during its reign and had as many as fifty thousand in its population. The fierce nature of the Culusa was enough to cause Spanish explorers to mention them in their letters. The Culusa were eventually lost in the 1700s as they became displaced by colonization, enemy tribes to the north, and disease. During that time, as Florida shifted between Spanish to British ownership, Cuban fishermen established fishing villages, or Rancheros, in the Fort Myers Beach area. Later, a land grant by the Homestead Act of 1862 began the development of the area that is now Fort Myers Beach and even had a hotel by 1914. Later, as Florida developed as a tourist destination, the areas thrived from 1949 to 1950. But it was not until a 1995 referendum the officially established Fort Myers Beach.
Fort Myers Beach Environmental Programs
The city of Fort Myers Beach views its environment and habitat as a scarce and valuable resource that has attracted people there for centuries. The City takes several steps to protect its environment. As follows are a few Fort Myers Beach environmental programs:
- The Environmental Sciences Initiative: Town Council of Fort Myers Beach passed an ordinance that regulates the usage of fertilizer by property owners and businesses. The reason for the ordinance is the many wetlands, estuaries, and marine systems can be negatively impacted by small changes in nutrient levels and can result in the red tide and red drift algae growth. Additionally, the City stipulates that fertilizer must contain less than two percent phosphorus, no more than twenty percent nitrogen (of which half is slow release nitrogen), and residents are asked to apply no more than one pound of nitrogen per one thousand square feet.
- Little Estero Island Critical Wildlife Area (CWA): The Little Estero Island Critical Wildlife Area is located on the Gulf of Mexico and provides a nesting area for least terns, snowy plovers, willet, and black skimmers and is a home for more than sixty-eight species of birds. As Florida increases with development and density of living, it is increasingly difficult for birds to areas to nest. That is why the Little Estero Islan Critical Wildlife Area is important to Southwest Florida’s biodiversity. The Wildlife Area is closed from April to the end of August each year to protect nesting birds but can be a beautiful area to walk the rest of the year, especially for birdwatchers.
- Sea Turtle Protection: Waterfront property in Florida is often a critical area for sea turtles to nest and hatch their young. A half-century ago, there were plenty of open beaches and areas for turtles to build their nests. At night, the light of the moon attracts the newly hatched younglings to the water. But as development has increased, the light from the homes or commercial lights attract the newly hatched turtles to crawl in the wrong direction to their demise. Similarly, furniture and other items that are left on the beach may seem benign but can ensnare turtles in the night. For this reason, the City prohibits keeping beach furniture in sea turtle nesting habitat from May 1st to October 31 and regulates lighting on the beach during turtle nesting season.
Easy Dumpster Rental Construction Dumpsters
If you are doing a renovation, demolition, or some other type of construction project as a contractor or homeowner, Easy Dumpster Rental can help you remove debris from your projects. Construction dumpsters are great for construction projects, remodeling projects, landscaping projects, and roofing projects. Construction dumpster can dispose of a wide range of construction and landscaping debris including:
- Roofing Shingles.
- Grass and weeds.
- Small branches.
- Other materials.
Please note that contaminated soil or materials that contain asbestos require a special handling process that should be established in advance. Additionally, hazardous waste is not acceptable in a dumpster container.