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Facilities in Immokalee and Collier County to dispose of solid waste and recycling.
Immokalee, Florida is located within Southwest Florida’s Collier County in an area that was originally inhabited by the Calusa Native Indians and later occupied by the Seminole Native Indians. Since then, the population of Immokalee has expanded to over 24,000 people and Collier County has ballooned to over 300,000 inhabitants (according to the 2010 census), greatly expanding their waste disposal needs.
- Collier County Landfill And Hazardous Materials Collection Center, 3730 White Lake Blvd. (Off Of Collier Blvd./951, North Of I-75 Overpass), Naples, FL 34117, Phone: 239-252-8489,
Carnestown Recycling Drop-Off Center, 31201 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, FL 34114,
- Immokalee Transfer Station, 700 Stockade Road, Immokalee, FL 34142, Phone: 239-252-4145.
- Marco Island Recycling Drop-Off Center, 990 Chalmer Drive (Corner Of Chalmer Drive And East Elkcam Circle), Marco Island, FL 34145, Phone: 239-252-5153.
- Naples Recycling Drop-Off Center, 2640 Corporate Flight Dr. (Formerly Enterprise Ave. West), Naples, FL 34104, Phone: 239-643-3099.
- North Collier Recycling Drop-Off Center, 9950 Goodlette Frank Road North, Naples, FL 34109, Phone: 239-252-8617.
Immokalee Transfer Station
The Immokalee Transfer Station originally began as a landfill. Since 2008, it changed to a transfer station. Transfer stations are satellite sites that receive and process waste from local communities and then transport the refuse and recycling to larger facilities to be disposed.
There are several espoused advantages to the use of transfer stations:
- Economic costs: Transfer stations reduce the cost required to haul waste to a singe site, and enable transport of smaller loads and vehicles, while larger trucks can transport waste more efficiently to central locations.
- Screening: The separate receiving facility enables solid waste workers sufficient time to screen waste much more efficiently before it is placed in landfills. Through the screening process, workers separate any recyclables from regular waste and cull out waste that is inappropriate for regular disposal, such as hazardous wastes or materials, white goods, whole tires, auto batteries, or infectious waste. Additionally, identifying and removing recyclables reduces the weight and volume of waste sent for final disposal and, depending on local recycling markets, could potentially generate revenue.
- Convenience: Transfer stations like the Immokalee Transfer Station offer a more convenient location for Immokalee residents to haul waste if needed.
Recycling Fees (residential)
- Biomass or Construction and Demolition Material one (1) cubic yard maximum brought to the recycling drop-off centers for proper processing is charged at the rate of $10 per visit (residential and commercial).
- Car or truck tires (15” or smaller) cost $3 per tire, while larger truck tires (16” or larger) cost $7 per tire.
- Latex Paint (over 200 lbs. per day).
- HID lamps cost $1.00 per item to recycle.
- Both ballasts and items containing Freon are recycled for $6 each (the first ballast is free).
Free recycling items (residential)
- Electronics (limit of 3 televisions).
- Fluorescent bulbs and compact fluorescent bulbs for household use.
- Mercury devices (residential use).
- Latex paint (limit of 200 lbs. per day).
- Antifreeze, used oil, oil filters, and gasoline and diesel.
- Vehicle and marine batteries.
- Cooking oil.
- Fire extinguishers, flares, and ammunition.
- Propane tank (1lb.).
Waste disposal fees
For excess solid waste a roll-off dumpster is an excellent method to easily collect waste that is then disposed of by Easy Dumpster Rental. Residents of Immokalee and Collier County may also haul in their own waste and pay for dumping materials.
General municipal solid waste disposal fees for the two local landfills are as follows are as follows:
- Immokalee Transfer Station: municipal solid waste costs $66.782 per ton (residential) and $70.559 per ton (commercial).
- Collier County Landfill And Hazardous Materials Collection Center: municipal solid waste costs $61.977 per ton for residential and $67.986 per ton for commercial.