Dumpster Rental in Lake Park, 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
Landfill, Environment and The Many Titles of Lake Park, Florida
Lake County is a city in the county of Palm Beach near the Atlantic coast on the southeast part of Florida. The city was originally known as Kelsey City, named after its founder, Harry Kelsey, in 1923. Kelsey purchased land that eventually added up to one hundred thousand acres in 1919 and brought in the Olmstead brothers, Frederick Law Jr. and John Charles, and Dr. John Noland to pan and design the community. Law and Charles were the son and nephew of Law Olmstead, who was considered the father of “landscape architecture.”
The city has since assumed the titles of “The Miracle City of Florida,” “A New City in the Making,” “The Courtesy City of Florida,” and “The Gateway to the World’s Winter Playground.” Today, Lake Park is sometimes referred to with the complimentary title of “The Jewel of the Palm Beaches” due to its lush landscaping, marina with over one hundred boat slips, and water-based activities. The underwater snorkeling trail, for example, uses an artificial reef to offer an underwater trail that is internationally recognized by snorkelers, scientists, photographers, and scuba divers for its squid, octopus, spotted rays, and starfish sightings. If you like both music and boating, the Lake Park Harbor Marina hosts its Sunset Celebration concert on the last Friday of every month of the year.
Palm Beach Environmental Monitoring
Environmental Monitoring: Much of Lake Park’s and Palm Beach County’s attraction is found in its exotic environment. To protect this habitat, the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach created the Environmental Programs Department, which is responsible for permitting and compliance monitoring for the SWA facilities and landfills. Monitoring activities include:
- Facility audits and inspections.
- Testing of air emissions.
- Monitoring of birds.
- The use of geographic information systems.
- Testing of groundwater, surface water, and wetlands.
Managing and Repurposing Landfills
The County has programs to manage waste and protect the environment. There are a couple areas in which the County promotes environmental stewardship in its municipal activities. First, the County’s “Best Management Program,” utilizes a landfill gas collection system in the landfill to minimize greenhouse gas emissions caused by its landfill. Second, the Couty’s “Repurposing Landfills” program converts former landfills into natural areas, parks, or golf courses, and has relocated over twelve thousand trees to created lakes and wetlands. The Dyer Landfill, for example, was transformed into a park with a wetland habitat that offers trails for residents and a natural home for deer, otters, alligators, birds, and bobcats. The Greenway Trail System has pine Flatwoods, wet prairies, marshes, cypress swamps, and cabbage palm hammocks. The trails are also the home of many birds, such as Bald Eagles, Little Blue Herons, Tricolor Herons, Great Egrets, Great Blue Herons, Roseate Spoonbills, Sand Hill Cranes, Red-shouldered Hawks, Pileated Wood Peckers, and the currently endangered Snail Kikes and Wood Storks. In 2009, over five hundred Wood Stork were counted in the County’s wetlands areas.
Waste That Is Acceptable In a Roll-Off-Dumpster Container
When you rent a roll-off-dumpster container, many things can go into the container, but not everything. Putting the wrong waste in a dumpster container can be bad for the environment and will likely result in additional fees when detected at the landfill later. As follow is a list of restricted items for Palm Beach County:
- Electronics, such as audio/visual equipment, VCRs, stereos, computer towers and monitors, printers, scanners (and other computer peripherals), televisions, telecommunications equipment (e.g. phones and fax machines).
- Paints including oil-based paints, spray cans, and thinners (dry paints may be disposed of in the garbage).
- Used cooking oil and motor oil.
- Cylinders, such as propane tanks and other compassed gases.
- Rechargeable and automotive batteries (alkaline batteries are ‘ok’ for the trash).
- Prescription medications and used needles and sharps.
- Boating waste including old fuel, used oil, expired marine flares, lead-acid batteries, fire extinguishers, and mercury float switches.