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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
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40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Solid Waste Disposal in Ormond Beach
The City of Ormond Beach works with a private waste disposal provider to collect residential waste weekly by the curbside. Through an exclusive franchise with a private contractor, the Collection and Disposal program provides for the curbside collection of residential solid waste twice per week and yard waste once per week. The contractor also collects solid waste from all commercial businesses a minimum of three days per week to a maximum of seven days per week. Solid waste is disposed of at the Volusia County Solid Waste Facility where it is disposed of for the City at the rate of $34 per ton. Residential users and commercial users pay a different rate for a reduce collection and disposal. Residential customers pay $13.86 per month to collect and dispose of waste, while Commercial customers are charged $5.48 per cubic yard.
Recycling in Ormond Beach
Recycling, like solid waste, is collected curbside, and include fourteen products under the 1988 Solid Waste Management Act which mandates that reduction in solid waste disposed of in landfills of thirty percent. The City also offers educational materials and classes through trade shows and school presentation to promote recycling.
Yard waste is collected from residents on Wednesday. Yard waste collection is provided to residents on Wednesdays. In accordance with Ormond City Ordinance Section 10-65, yard waste created by contractors must be removed by contractors including:
- Lawn service providers.
- Tree trimmer or tree surgeons.
- Yardmen and other contracted lawn maintenance providers.
Quick Facts About Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach is a city in Volusia County and is located just north of Daytona Beach. The land that is now Ormond Beach was originally under the territorial control of the domain of the Timucuan Indians. The Quakers later arrived and enjoyed good relations with local tribes but were later attacked by Timucuan with a devastating outcome. Later, in the very early 1700s, Spaniards inhabited Ormand Beach until it later fell under British rule. Ormond Beach was taken from the Angl-Irish-Scottish captain, who sailed under the Spanish Crown and built early plantations in the territory.
Tomoka State Park
Ormond Beach is also the home of Tomoka State Park. Tomoka Park is a beautiful state park that includes wetlands that were once fished by Native American tribes and has become an important fixture in maintaining Florida’s rich ecological habitat. Tomoka Park has over one hundred and sixty species of birds the attract birdwatchers to view their splendor and provides protection for the West Indian manatee and other endangered species.
Activities: Tomoka State Park not only supports the environment but also provides an excellent place for residents and visitors to enjoy Florida’s habitat. Some of these activities include:
- Hiking: Tomoka State Park offers beautiful hiking trails and has a one-half hardwood hammock trail that was originally occupied by Native Americans over one thousand years ago and later a plantation in the 18th-century British farmer. The trail passes through the ancient Nocoroco, the historic site of a Timucuan village the lived along the banks of the Tomoka River.
- Boating: Tomoka Park has a boat ramp that allows boaters access to the river and visitors can also rent canoes if desired (for rats and information contact the part as (386) 673-0022).
- Fishing: As reported by the Florida Marine Research Institute, the Tomoka River has ninety differ species of fish that made it once important to native tribes and is now an exotic refuge for nature-loving fishermen. Some of the fish that can be found in the Tomoka River include red drum, black drum, sheepshead, spotted sea trout, common snook, and tarpon (note: the size and bag limits are strictly enforced).
Wildlife viewing: In addition to the ninety variations of birds that can be spotted by birdwatchers, the Tomoka State Park offers a range of wildlife, such as:
- White-tailed deer.
- Gopher tortoises (most common in warm weather).
- Snakes of a wide variety (note: rattlesnakes are present in the park and well-hidden and require some caution by nature enthusiast, especially in the summer).