Dumpster Rental in Minneola, Florida
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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
Enjoying the Environment in Minneola
Minneola is a city in Late County with a population of over seven thousand in 2004 and is located in the central part of Florida. If you enjoy nature, you will likely be right at home in Minneola. The City and its surrounding areas offer activities such as archery, golf, and riding at the Dreamcatcher Horse Ranch and Rescue. Lake Minneola also provides residents and visitors with facilities for boating and water sports and, after you are done, Tiki bars. Nature enthusiasts can also enjoy twelve miles of hiking and biking on the South Lake Trail and over six miles of trails on the Hancock Trail Extension. The County offers amenities in its parks, such as bike pumps, restrooms, drinking fountains, and even a station for dog waste.
One thing that Florida is not known for is a mountainous terrain, but the Green Mountain Scenic Overlook and Trailhead reaches heights of over one hundred and thirty feet above sea level. Some of the marvels that you may see include Bald Eagles, Short-tailed Hawks, Kites, and songbirds and there are also almost twenty types of butterflies, each of which resembles a work of art. Similarly, the nearby Sugarloaf Mountain presents the highest point in Florida, rising to over three hundred feet above sea level. The peak offers magnificent views looking down at Florida’s ocean of green foliage and, at the right times, low, misty clouds.
Environmental Protection of Lake Minneola
Central Florida is blessed with pristine lakes that enhance its nature and sporting alike. But, as the number of residents and visitors increases, new demands on the environment emerge. Lake Minneola has sought to promote both economic growth and environmental responsibility. In 2015, Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection, along with experts from South Korea and Australia, visited Lake Minneola and other parts of Central Florida to study methods for the successful cohabitation of tourism and the natural habitat. In addition, the City takes the following steps to protect the environment through its parks and green spaces and conservation of energy and water.
Parks and Green Spaces: The City’s Parks Department also works to preserve green areas that are accessible to visitors and provide activities from baseball to hiking, biking, and even inline skating.
Energy Conservation: Every bit of energy used takes a toll on the environment and, as populations increase, the City of Minneola asks its citizens to follow the Federal Government and the State of Florida’s energy conservation guidelines. These include:
- Tuning off non-essential equipment, appliances (e.g. microwaves, coffee makers, refrigerators, and toasters), and lights at night.
- Reducing the amount of air conditioning used by increasing the temperature or reducing usage while away from home.
- Planning transportation in a way that reduces trips or combines trips though carpooling.
Additional tips on conservation can be found at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Energy Conservation Tips, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Savers Tips, and the FEO-Florida Energy Office at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Water Conservation: The City of Minneola enforces Water Conservation and the Water Restriction Rule as set forth by St. Johns River Water Management District. Some landscaping restrictions to be aware of are:
- Residential properties with even-numbered home cannot irrigate on Sundays and Thursdays from the second Sunday in March through the first Sunday in November and, for the remainder of the year, Sundays only.
- Odd numbered homes cannot irrigate on Wednesdays and Saturdays from the second Sunday in March through the first Sunday in November and, during the period of Standard Eastern Time, Saturdays only.
- Non-residential properties are restricted from irrigation on Tuesdays all year from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and also on Fridays from the second Sunday in March through the first Sunday in November.
- Residents that are planning to put in new landscaping should go to the Planning Department at Minneola City Hall to fill out a Notice of Intent that will generally allow for watering every day during the first thirty days and every other day for the proceeding sixty days.
Minneola Solid Waste
Minneola collects garbage weekly from the curb and recycles the following materials:
- Paper products including junk mail, newspapers and magazines, corrugated and boxboard cardboard.
- Plastic containers that have the recycling symbol can generally be recycled with or without caps.
- Metal containers including aluminum containers and steel and tin cans.
- Clear and colored glass containers with or without lids.
Additionally, the City collects yard waste at the curb on Mondays and Tuesdays. Yard waste should be placed by the curb or in biodegradable bags or plastic trash containers. Residents should note that trees limbs should not exceed five feet in length and six inches in diameter. Additionally, wood fencing, timbers, flower pots, yard decoration, mulch, and dirt do not qualify as yard waste.
What Size Dumpster Should I Rent?
Easy Dumpster Rental has an enormous inventory of dumpster bins in four convenient sizes that can service any job including ten, twenty, thirty, and forty cubic yard dumpster containers:
- 10 cubic yards dumpster bins are four feet by eight feet by ten to twelve feet and can handle two tons of weight. These units are perfect from many smaller jobs, such as home cleanings and light landscaping or small renovations. To get an idea of their size, they hold a volume of about 4 pickup truck loads or 90 wheelbarrows loads of volume.
- 20 cubic yards bins are fifteen feet by eight feet by four feet and can hold three tons of weight. Consider this dumpster if you have a job that will produce about 8 pickups loads or 180 wheelbarrows of debris.
- 30-yard dumpster bins are rather large at twenty feet by eight feet by six feet and can handle about four tons of weight. The 30-yard dumpster can hold 12 pickup trucks of load, which is about 270 wheelbarrows.
- Easy Dumpster Rental also offers a 40 cubic yard dumpster bin, which many competitors do not even offer, and is an excellent option for larger jobs that often involve construction, demolition, heavy landscaping, or renovations. The 40-yard dumpster is 20 feet long by eight feet high and eight feet wide and can hold about 16 pickup truck loads of waste (or three hundred and sixty wheelbarrows) and a maximum of 5 tons of weight.