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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
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Environment, Waste and Miami Shores Quick Facts
Miami Shores: From the 1900s to Now
Miami Shores is a village in Miami-Dade County on the southeast portion of Florida. In the 1900s, the area that is now Miami Shores traded in starch, tomatoes, lumber, pineapple, and grapefruit and, like much of the county, would benefit from the emergence or the railroad to the area. Today, Miami Shores is a great place to work, commute to Miami, or retire in a blissful environment that is also near an urban center.
Miami Shores and Going Green
The village also values its environment and green programs.
PACE: The Village promotes participation in County PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) programs that offer to finance improvements to business and homes that reduce energy consumption (through things like insulation) or that produce energy through solar panels and other means.
The Village also takes measures to reduce the environmental footprint through the Miami Shores Village Going Green Program, that has resulted in the following green measures:
- The Village is using new energy efficient systems the constructed Fleet Maintenance Building environmentally efficient systems and products, more efficient air conditioning units in village building.
- The Village works with the city of Miami to recycle the vegetative yard trash that can then be used as mulch by farmers.
- Paper goods bought by the Village are made from recycled materials and public offices recycle paper.
- The local government trains city maintenance workers on the proper use of pesticides.
- Where possible, Village buildings and facilities have transitioned from incandescent light bulbs have to compact fluorescent lights.
- The Village owns a truck fleet that can require a lot of water to wash; therefore, the Village collects water and disposes of it without letting it enter the aquifer.
- The Village recycles items such as small batteries, brass shell casings from bullets used for target practice by the Police Department, and printer cartridges.
- Village properties are landscaped so that medians follow the Florida Friendly landscaping guidelines and new drainage systems have been installed to filter out large debris.
Environmental Protection Programs
In Miami Shores, there are a number of County programs to reduce and clean up contamination caused by abandoned drums and storage tanks:
Abandoned Drums Program: The County works to bring awareness and enforcement to the crime of illegally dumping drums or drum containers in an effort to avoid the costs of disposal. Abandoned drums often contain hazardous or toxic materials, such as flammable and poisonous liquids and oils, that can contaminate groundwater, surface water, and soils around the drum and can be hazardous to the public. In addition, the crime of illegal dumping of drums also takes a toll on property owners (or taxpayers) that must clean-up the drum and its contamination at a much higher cost than would be otherwise incurred if the drum were properly disposed of. Residents of the County are asked to report an abandoned drum through the twenty-four-hour Environmental Complaints Hotline (305-372-6955) and are further advised to call 911 if they see:
- An abandoned drum or container that is emitting a vaporous cloud.
- Leaking liquids.
- Dead animals nearby an abandoned container or drum.
The County also offers rewards of one thousand dollars for tips of illegal drum dumping that leads to arrests to further enforce laws that prohibit such activities.
Storage Tanks Program: Storage tanks are referenced by the County to mean tanks that store substances that are regulated because, in most cases, they possess hazardous qualities. These tanks are generally used above or below ground and can hold anywhere from one hundred to ten thousand gallons of liquids. A common site for a storage tank is a gasoline station, but they are also common at hotels, hospitals, and other non-retail commercial sites. To ensure against harmful discharges by these thanks, the County regulates storage tanks in the county in the following ways under the Storage Tanks Program:
- The County verifies that storage tanks are being used as required to avoid discharges through inspections that take place each year.
- The installation of all new above ground or below ground tanks is overseen by the County and the Program.
- Through the program the county seeks to education facility operators on the methods by which to properly maintain and use storage tanks to reduce the likelihood that harmful liquids are released.