Dumpster Rental in Indiantown, FL
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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
Indiantown, Florida Quick Facts
Indiantown has a population of 6,083 as of the 2010 census and is located in Martin County, Florida, and was originally founded by the Seminole Native American peoples as a trading post. The community has developed a tradition of environmental attentiveness engendered by its significant wetlands and diverse wildlife. Indiantown and Martin County are also a good environment for Baldcypress trees, recognizable by their pyramidal shape, that grows well in swampland areas, can adapt to dry and wet conditions, and help sustain complex and variable ecosystems.
Just north of Indiantown, Florida stands the 75-MW Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center, built by Florida Power & Light Company (FPL). The facility has more than 190,000 mirrors that harness the natural energy of the sun and do not require fuel or additional cooling water. The energy produced by the center is used to supplement an adjacent power plant. Over the life of the projects, it is expected that the facility will reduce fossil fuel outputs by forty-one billion cubic feet.
Refuse not covered by regular curbside pickup
Most debris can be collected by the county during regularly scheduled pick-ups. In certain cases, however, residents will have to make their own arrangements for waste disposal by renting a roll-off dumpster bin or transporting waste to a disposal facility. These include, but may not be limited, to the following:
- Vacant lots that produce debris from landscaping, cement removal, or other activities are not serviced by the county. In addition, land that is cleared for construction or any other purpose will produce sizable amounts of yard waste or types of debris, such as stumps, that cannot be serviced by regularly waste pick-up.
- Construction, demolition, or more extensive renovation projects are not covered by the city waste management collection, in which homeowners or their contractors are responsible to remove the debris.
- Hazardous waste also can NOT be disposed of through Martin County curbside pickup and must be disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.
Residents that are looking to drop off debris at the landfill themselves can make a use of Martin County Landfill which is located at the:
Martin County Landfill
9101 SW Busch St
Palm City, FL 34990
Monday to Friday: 8AM–4:45PM
Phone: (772) 288-5772
Where to dispose of non-hazardous waste
Solid waste can be removed by renting a rollout dumpster bin. Easy Dumpster Rental, for example, will dispose of all non-hazardous waste at the end of the rental period. Martin County residents can also haul their waste and recycling to Martin County Solid Waste Transfer & Recycling Facility, located in Palm City, Florida.
How do I dispose of Hazardous Waste?
Hazardous waste, as stipulated by Martin County, includes things like batteries, corrosives, electronics (e.g. televisions or appliances), flammable substances (e.g. gasoline or antifreeze), fluorescent lamps or bulbs, mercury, paint or paint strippers, aerosol cans, fertilizers, and toxic chemicals such as pesticides and herbicides.
Hazardous waste must not be disposed of using a roll-off dumpster or placed in street-side trash pickup. Martin County offers services to help residents dispose of hazardous waste in an environmentally friendly manner.
First, hazardous substances can be disposed of through the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Center, located in Palm City, Florida.
Second, Marin County offers a service that it calls HazMobile to pick-up hazardous materials at a variety of locations in the county. HazMobile will accept up to one hundred pounds, but cannot accept certain items such as appliances, electronics, (televisions, computers, monitors, or fax machines) gasoline, tires, marine or automotive batteries, or pressurized gases (e.g. propane tanks).
In Indiantown, HazMobile is open from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm daily on the fourth Friday of each month at Fire Station #24, 16550 SW Warfield Blvd. HazMoblie also serves location in Hobe Sound, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Port Salerno, Sewall’s Point, Tequesta.