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Facts about Sebring and their Solid Waste info
Sebring is the seat of Highlands County in Central Florida. Sebring’s downtown was designated as a historical district in 1990 for its twenty-two historical buildings in the area of its Circle Drive that gained it the nickname, “The City on the Circle.” The circular design was developed by the city’s founder in 1912, George E. Sebring, after which it is named. Sebring is also known for motor racing and, in particular, the Sebring International Raceway, which was built from a former airbase. In addition, resident and visitors to Sebring can enjoy nine thousand acres of pristine old-growth cypress, wetlands, and native plant and wildlife at the nearby Highlands Hammock State Park.
Historic Preservation Commission
Florida has grown over the past half-century and changed in many places from small crab shacks and fishing spots to high-rise buildings and tourists. While this boom has brought economic growth, it also poses concerns that the original character and architectural façade will be overlaid by new development. Similarly, the City of Sebring seeks to preserve its historic roots architecture and created the Sebring Historic Preservation Commission. The Commision works with the Community Redevelopment Agency and property owners in the Historic District to ensure that architecturally and culturally relevant resources are not demolished, neglected, inappropriately renovated.
Hauling in Solid Waste
Residents of Sebring can haul in their own solid waste for fees and to different locations.
Landfill: The County operates a synthetically lined landfill at 12700 Arbuckle Creek Rd. Sebring that is almost one thousand acres in size and disposed of waste in the ballpark of one hundred thousand tons per year. Because landfills are important to the function of a city or county, but not necessarily aesthetically pleasing, the site is encircled by trees so that it does not detract Sebring’s ambiance. The landfill accepts:
- Residential bulk waste, which is disposed of at a rate of forty-five dollars per ton.
- Construction and demolition (C&D) debris, which is disposed of at a rate of twenty-five dollars per ton (road materials, such as concrete and asphalt paving and roofing are disposed of for free).
- Yard waste should be bagged and is disposed of at a rate of twenty-five dollars per ton or fifty cents per bag (grass clippings are disposed of for free and contaminated soil is accepted at a rate of forty-five dollars per ton).
- Tires are accepted and rates vary by the tire. Car tires are disposed of for free, mobile home tires cost five dollars each, truck tires cost seven dollars and fifty cents each, and large tires costs fifteen dollars each.
- Animal carcasses at the rate of seventy-five dollars per ton.
- Mobile homes, which cost from two hundred to four hundred and fifty dollars for disposal.
- Commercial paint at the rate of three dollars per gallon.
- Asbestos is accepted (with advanced notice) at the rate of one hundred and fifty dollars per ton.
In an effort to minimize levels of hazardous materials such as lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic that often end up in landfills, the County established the Highlands County Recycling Center. The Center is located at 6000 Skipper Road, Sebring and accepts the following types of electronic waste:
- Computer equipment (including monitors, central processing units, circuit boards, servers, computer software, keyboards, UPS devises, backup drives, terminals, laptops, modems, mainframes, computer memory, disk drives, networking equipment, hard drives, floppy drives, docking stations, gaming units, and tape and CD ROM drives).
- Cell phones and phone equipment.
- Copier machines, printers, fax machines, and scanners.
- Miscellaneous wire and cable and power supplies.
- Televisions, VCR’s, DVD’s, and CDs.
- Audio equipment.
- Camera equipment.
- Medical equipment.
The County’s Household Hazardous Waste program collects hazardous waste through the Highlands County Recycling Department and the semi-annual Household Hazardous Waste Collections. Hazardous waste includes items such as the following:
- Oil-based paint and spray paint.
- Oil, gasoline, and antifreeze.
- Pesticides and herbicides.
- Chemicals (i.e. Garden pesticides, household chemicals, cleaning solvents, wood preservatives, brake fluid, pool chemicals, rechargeable batteries, automotive cleaners, cleaning supplies, carpet cleaner, used oil, paints, paint thinner, paint remover, antifreeze, muriatic acid, auto batteries, hearing aid batteries, water sealers, clothing spot cleaner, liquid furniture polish, and other unknown chemicals).
The County also offer a Pesticide Container Recycling Program for landscapers, nurseries, and grove caretaking services in Highlands County. Participants can recycle two-and-one-half-gallon or thirty-gallon empty pesticide containers that are pressure washed or triple rinsed. These items may be taken to the Highlands County Recycling on Skipper Road.