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Solid Waste and About the City of Gulfport
Gulfport is a City in Pinellas County, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. The City sits on the coast, which is an ideal location for boat and fishing enthusiast. The Gulfport Municipal Marina, for example, extends over more than ten coastal acres of land and more than seven acres of water and contains over one hundred and ninety wet slips. Additionally, Gulfport is known for its restaurants and shops that emanate an “old Florida” style and its artistic community. Gulfport also borders the Boca Ciega Bay, which is an aquatic reserve aquatic preserve that has mangrove islands, oyster bars, seagrass, coral, and extensive canals bound by seawalls.
Environmentalism in Pinellas County
The coastal beauty of Gulfport and Pinellas County naturally inspires interests in protecting the environment and preserving the natural ecosystems that are home to nature-lovers, boaters, fisherman, water-sport buffs. One way that the County protects its environment is by partnering with the nonprofit sector. For example, Pinellas County Utilities and Highway Departments funds Keep Pinellas Beautiful, Inc., a volunteer-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Keep Pinellas Beautiful, in turn, implements programs to counteract litter, conserve waste, and astatically enhance communities. Some of its activities include organizing and coordinating volunteers for the following:
- Programs to adopt roads and beaches, which are then cleaned.
- Local Bayou Clean-ups, the Great-American Clean-up, and the International Coastal Clean-up.
- America Recycles Day.
There are several other programs offered by the County to promote an environmentally friendly community including:
- The Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program: The Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program works with residents of the county utilize landscaping to conserve water and improve yards, waterways, and neighborhoods in accordance with Florida’s principles of Environmental Landscape Management.
- Water Wise Awards: An effective way to facilitate environmental awareness and action in a community is through public awards that are made to stewards of the environment. Pinellas County’s Water-Wise Awards Program acknowledges both individuals and businesses that demonstrate devotion to water conservation and environmental protection through the use of Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles and effective irrigation methods.
- The local chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society promotes the preservation, conservation, and restoration of native plants and native plant communities of Florida through public education. Find more information, visit the Pinellas Chapter Website.
- The Horticulture at Pinellas County Extension Service: Pinellas County also offers information on questions about the horticultural in the County through its Horticulture at Pinellas County Extension Service, which can be contacted at (727) 582-2110. Additionally, the Florida Native Plant Society works to educate the community on ways to preserve, conserve, and restore native plants.
- Be Floridian: The Be Floridian program is designed to promote the minimal use of fertilizer in order to protect bays and Oceans and advocates that residents abstain from using fertilizer in the rainy season when more of the chemicals will likely find their way to bodies of water.
Gulfport Solid Waste
Gulfport’s Solid Waste Department collects garbage, yard waste, recycling, special items, and hazardous waste.
Garbage and yard waste: Garbage involves household and kitchen waste and can include certain household electronics, such as copiers, printers, and scanners. Weekly limits on garbage are three trashcans of plastic bags each with a volume of thirty-two gallons or less each weighing less than fifty pounds.
Yard waste is picked up weekly, and must be bagged, bundle, or piled to a volume of three and one-half feet high by four feet wide and long, and branches must be four inches in diameter or less.
Recycling: Recycling can be collected by the roadside or dropped off as follows.
- Blue bins for curbside pickup can contain steel and aluminum cans and plastic bottles and containers.
- Green bins for curbside pickup can contain various paper (junk mail, office paper, magazines, etc), newspapers, and cardboard that can fit in the bin.
- Residents can also bring glass beverage containers (cleaned with labels removed), mixed paper and paper products (including paper towels), and cardboard in the form of clean, dry, and flat corrugated boxes, packing boxes, and pizza box tops to Gulfport’s drop-off dumpsters located at the Gulfport Neighborhood Center (1617 49th Street South).
A number of items cannot be included in regular garbage or recycling but can be arranged to be collected for a fee. These items and their corresponding rate for pick-up are as follows:
- Single items can be collected at the rate of $21 per items.
- Trash and debris in excess of volume and weights for weekly pickup can be collected at a minimum of $21.
- Appliances cost $42 each for pickup.
- Televisions and computers cost $31 for collection.
- Propane tanks that are empty and weigh twenty pounds or less cost $21 each to remove.
- Tires can also be collected and disposed of for $21 each.
Household hazardous waste, including chemicals and electronics that are considered hazardous, should be disposed of through two means:
- Pinellas County “Mobile Collections” that are offered throughout the year.
- The Pinellas County Household Chemical Collection Center, which can be found at 2855 109th Avenue North.