Dumpster Rental in Parkland, Florida
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Easy Dumpster Rental was founded in 2008. The goal that motivated us then continues to guide us today: to deliver the best quality roll-off service at the best price for any project.
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- Demolitions, construction, renovations, and landscaping projects are all serviced.
- We can also help with spring-cleaning, home moves, and other projects.
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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
Garbage, Recycling, and Environment in Parkland, FL
Parkland is a city in Broward County, Florida with, in 2010, slightly less than twenty-four thousand inhabitants but has likely risen to over thirty thousand. Parkland City is known for its planning and zoning laws that have the objective of retaining a park-like feel for visitors and residents.
Promoting the Environment
The Environmental Division: The Environmental Division of Parkland seeks to maintain quality landscaping and preservation of public lands through good management of natural resources habitats, promote its tree canopy, and pursue the best management and conservation practices. The Division also promotes environmental education regarding ecological and social issues that are relevant to Parkland as well as the County and State.
Green Programs: The City of Parkland values it rich natural habitat and seeks to preserve this natural resources and promotes the following green programs:
- North Springs Improvement District (NSID) High-Efficiency Toilet (HET) Rebate Program and Coconut Creek Toilet Rebate Program offers rebates for high-efficiency toilets due to the contribution made to water conservation. The program is for NSID and Coconut Creek water utility recipients.
- Florida Power and Light (“FPL”) Solar Rebates for Residential Customers: Florida Power and Light solar rebate programs are part of a pilot program authorized by the Florida Public Service Commission to promote solar power and reduce energy consumption. The program offers rebates for photovoltaic and solar water heating systems that are installed by customers in their homes. The company also sometimes offers one thousand dollar rebates to offset the cost of installing new residential solar water heaters (available to all Florida Power and Light residential customers with electric or gas heating). The rebate is available to all existing FPL residential customers with electric or gas water heating. (According to the Florida Solar Energy Center, installation of a solar water heater can cut a family’s costs for heating water by up to eighty-five percent. For more information, see Solar Rebate Programs.)
- TECO Peoples Gas Offering Cash-Back Rebates program offers money for the replacement of old appliances with new more efficient models that are expected to save natural gas consumption. More information can be found at Peoples Gas at 1-877-832-6747 for more information or see the website: Conservation Rebates.
Garbage and Recycling
Household Waste: Residents are instructed to place household waste next to the curb and NOT to include what the City terms “special” and “hazardous” waste (e.g. construction materials, paint, automotive parts, electronics, and household cleaners). These items should NOT be placed with regular household waste and will NOT be collected by the City.
Recycling: residents of Parkland are instructed to recycle certain materials, which will be collected once per week along with regular garbage and may include the following:
- Plastic containers (including types numbered 1-7 by the City).
- Magazines, phone books, catalogs, newspaper inserts, office paper, and unwanted mail.
- Cardboard boxes (must be broken down), juice boxes, cereal boxes, and tissue boxes.
- Glass bottles or glass jars.
- Cans (steel, aluminum, or tin may be accepted).
Yard Waste: Yard waste, or horticulture debris, refers to things like grass clippings, palm fronds, and small tree branches, and will generally be picked up on trash days (note: resident should separate yard waste from regular garbage). The City requests that tree branches are tied together with a string and are not more than four feet long with bundles no more than four inches in diameter and of a weight of forty pounds or less.
Refrigerator or Freezer Bulk Trash Disposal: If a resident has a refrigerator or freezer that they want to have picked up during bulk pickup, the City can accommodate them. They will first need to have the Freon removed, after which the item may be tagged for collection.