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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
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Hazardous waste can be dropped off at The Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Center, which is located at 9155 Busch Street, Palm City, Florida and is open weekdays from 8 AM to 5 PM on weekdays and 8 AM to Noon on Saturdays (closed on Sundays).
Marin County Residents may also use called HazMobile (the Mobile Household Waste Collection) for more closer and convenient drop-off. In Jensen Beach, HazMobile is available on every third Wednesday of each month at Fire Station on 2710 SN Savanna Road.
Please note that certain items that can be deposited at the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Center may NOT be accepted at HazMobile sites (such as electronics, gasoline, tires, appliances, marine or automotive batteries, and pressurized gases (e.g. propane tanks).
Quick Facts on Jensen Beach, Florida
Jensen Beach, Florida has is apart of Martin County and has over 11,000 residents (as of 2010) and spans over eight miles, over ten percent of which is water. Jensen Beach an active marine biologist community that enjoys its proximity to the sea and sea turtle population that includes loggerhead, leatherback turtle, and green sea turtles. Because the turtles and their nests have declined over time, residents of Jensen Beach take great care to protect the turtles, especially during egg hatching season.
The Environmental Studies Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation located Jensen Beach Florida. It was founded in 1978 to support and protect the environment of Martin County and engages in a range of education and outreach programs including publication of the Turtle Tracks Newsletter. The Center is located at:
2900 NE Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Phone: (772) 219-1887
Many Jensen Beach residents are also proud of the Jensen Beach to Jupiter Inlet Aquatic Preserve, which protects and maintains submerged lands in a 37 miles long stretch that covers 23,000 acres. The preserve includes Jensen Beach as well as Hobe Sound and Tequesta and was adopted by the state of Florida in 19699.
Refuse regularly collected by Martin County in Jensen Beach
Most debris can be collected by the county during regularly scheduled pick-ups. Martin County provides trash pick-up two days a week, once a week collects recycling, and can even accept certain “bulk waste” which includes large (non-vegetation) items such as refrigerators, toilets, washers and dryers, bathtubs, bicycles, furniture, and other bulky items.
Acceptable recycling items include:
Martin County uses as “single–stream” efficient recycling system that enables residents to place all of their recycling into one container. These items include:
- Aluminum containers for food and drinks.
- Milk and juice cartons.
- Food wrap, shrink-wrap, blister packages, and disposable plastic utensils.
- Detergent, shampoo, and bleach bottles.
- Steel or metal cans.
- Cereal, tissue, or soapboxes and corrugated cardboard boxes and containers.
- Newspaper and inserts, magazines, and phone books.
- Printer or copier paper or shredded paper
- NOT ACCEPTED: Plastic bags.
Refuse not covered by regular curbside pickup
In certain cases, however, resident will have to make their own arrangements for waste disposal. These include, but may not be limited, to the following:
- 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. In such cases, owners are responsible to remove refuse.
- Vacant lots that produce debris from landscaping, cement removal, or other activities are not serviced by the county. In such cases, the owner of the lot should provide a roll-off dumpster or haul waste to a disposal site.
- Construction, demolition, or more extensive renovation projects can generate significant waste that is not covered by the city waste management collection. As such, homeowners are responsible to remove the debris or have their contractor dispose of waste.
- Certain “bulky waste” such as cars, boats, or engines.
- Hazardous waste also can NOT be disposed of through Martin County curb side pickup, and must be disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.