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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
Environment, Live Oak Quick Facts, and Solid Waste Programs
The City of Live Oak is the county seat for Suwannee County, which is located in the central and northern areas of Florida. The town dates back to the Civil War and was formally incorporated in 1878 by thirty-nine residents. At the time, profanity was outlawed as was parking of horses or mules on pedestrian paths and sidewalks. Like many cities of Florida, Live Oakes was influenced by the railroad, but more as a central point between Jacksonville and Tallahassee where a large oak tree stood and provided shade for railroad workers, and would originate the name Live Oak.
The Wonders of Suwannee County
The County of Suwannee is thought to be a Native American word for “Echo River” or “Muddle Waters” and is known for its natural beauty and pristine wonders that include the following:
- The Suwannee River is one of the eight magnificent waterways in North Central Florida. The Suwannee River is fed by the Okefenokee Swamp in the southern part of Georgia and winds north through the woodlands of north Florida through natural springs until it empties into the Gulf of Mexico.
- The Suwannee River Wilderness Trail begins right here in Florida’s Suwannee River Valley. The trail is one hundred and seventy miles long and often taken in the water by skilled kayakers and paddlers. The journey starts at Big Shoals State Park where adrenaline lovers can experience the only Class 3 rapids in Florida. If that sounds rather intense, more casual boaters can begin from the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, offering views of cypress trees and limestone cliffs.
- The Floridian Aquifer System is thought by some to be the “Greatest Natural Wonder” in the world. The system feeds numerous springs and transfers billions of gallons of water underneath Florida. The Suwannee River Valley is also home to the Ichetucknee spring, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of people.
Environmental Agenda in Live Oak
The city of Live Oaks is committed to preserving the environment that underpins its attractiveness. The City concentrated on four key areas of environmental protection:
- Protect the environmental conditions of the city and its natural resources.
- Reduce the presence of contaminants.
- Develop parks, trails, and green areas for the public to enjoy.
- Promote the environment while also fostering economic, commercial, and industrial growth.
Live Oak was selected in 2015 to receive $400,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Assessment Grants Program. The brownfields program funds local cities, states, and tribes to rehabilitate contaminated areas. Live Oaks is using the grant to create retail and manufacturing areas and green spaces and outdoor recreational areas. The grants are used for a range of community outreach programs and site assessments including:
- The sampling of soil and water and subsurface soil borings.
- Groundwater monitoring well installation, sampling, and analysis.
- The sampling and testing of drums that may be left on properties.
- The sampling of dry wells, floor drains, and catch basins;
- Transformer or capacitor sampling for Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs).
- Geophysical testing for buried tanks and drums.
The city encourages residents to bag and gather limbs, leaves, and brush for trash curbside pickup. Ignored brush, limbs, and leaves will clog stormwater drains and lines. Limbs and branches must be cut into not longer than five-foot in length. A general rule is if you can’t pick it up than city employ person will also have a difficult time to pick it up and disposing of it to the garbage truck.
If you have additional debris that exceeds weekly trash and/or recyclable program you may take advantage of the Suwannee County Landfill to dispose of your material at free of charge with a proof of residency. The landfill is located at the:
Suwannee County Landfill
10910 144th St, Live Oak, FL 32060
Monday to Friday: 8am to 4pm
Phone: (386) 364-6612
What Makes a Roll-off Dumpster Different from Other Dumpsters?
There are many dumpster containers available for many types of jobs. But what makes the roll-off dumpster unique?
Most dumpsters that you see are placed behind businesses that often collect regular household waste and recycling that is removed at regular intervals. These dumpsters are essentially permanent bins for commercial use.
Roll-off dumpster are different. Roll-off dusmpter containers are often used for temporary projects, such as construction projects, renovations, or cleanups, and involve more diverse forms of waste (with the exception of hazardous waste). These containers are generally longer in shape, range from ten to forty cubic yards, and often have an open top. The term “roll-off” is derived from the process of rolling dumpster on and off trucks.