Dumpster Rental in Silver Springs, FL
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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
Recycling and Environment in Silver Springs, FL
Silver Springs is an unincorporated territory in Marion County. Founded in 1852, Silver Springs has been one of Florida most unique and enjoyed habitats. Before the creation of Walt Disney World, it was one of the most sought-after destinations in Florida. Visitors came to take small boats down its cedar and Spanish moss-laden river and experience its natural beauty that was the perfect location for many movie sets such as Tarzan and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
Residents have multiple locations throughout the Marion County to drop of their recyclables. Few locations below to get you started, for the full list visit the county website.
15810 NE Highway 314
Silver Springs, FL 34488
- Baseline Landfill
5601 SE 66th Street
Ocala, FL 34480
Phone: (352) 671-8465
Springs and Parks
Springs are an important part of Florida’s habitat, and Florida contains more natural springs than any other state in the country. These springs provide up to ninety percent of the drinking water in the state and support wildlife and agriculture and fuel activities such as small boating, fishing, and swimming.
Silver Springs is also the home of one of the largest artesian springs ever discovered, which has generated reservoirs of natural beauty and wildlife that have attracted visitors and spawned local businesses. Bottom boat rides, for example, began with a makeshift rowboat put together by Phillip Morrell and led to the Silver River’s famous glass bottom boat tours for over one hundred years.
Silver Springs is also a beautiful environment for canoe and kayak trips and natural parks, such as the Silver Springs RV Park, which hosts a fifty-five and older community and is close to Silver Springs State Park and Ocala National Forest. Silver Springs State Park is built on the tradition of tourists, which have come to Silver Springs since the 1820s and is the home of the Silver River Museum and Environmental Center and Silver Springs State Park became open to the public and offers many outdoor activities and cabins that can accommodate up to six people.
As reported by NPR and other news sources, the once rich and pristine environment of Silver Springs has suffered over the past years. This may also be a problem for many springs in Florida. The challenges have included droughts combined with groundwater pumping that have depleted the flows of water by fifty percent in Silver Springs. The NPR article also cites rising agricultural pollution that has caused algae build-ups and taken a toll on wildlife that also hinders businesses that depend on the natural habitat, such as the above-mentioned glass bottom boat tours.
In 2015, the St. Johns River Water Management District, a state environmental agency with the purview of ensuring long-term supplies of drinking water and the protection of water bodies, entered a partnership with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Conservation Trust for Florida (CTF) to purchase an approximately 5,000-acre property in that captures rainwater to recharge the aquifer and augment the flow of Silver Springs. The purchase will also protect Half Mile Creek and flows to the Silver and Ocklawaha rivers. The property adjoins Indian Lake State Forest, Silver Springs State Park, the Cross Florida Greenway and district-managed lands to the Ocala National Forest that are home to Flatwoods, hydric hammock, and bottomland forest.
Rent a Roll Off Dumpster Bin and Maximize Efficiency
Easy Dumpster Rental takes care to match our customers with the right dumpster bin rental to save money by not renting a bin that is too large or one that is too small. In addition to this, expenses can be saved by maximizing the utility and volume of a dumpster. There are a number of ways to do this that Easy Dumpster Rental advises its customers to follow:
First, it is best to organize materials outside the dumpster as much as possible. This way, large items may be put it first, followed by smaller items and debris, which can greatly add to efficiency.
Second, experienced renters often breakdown certain items (e.g. boxes to doorframes etc.) to reduce the space these items require in the bin.
Third, some renters recycle as work on your project or contract. In most cases, recycling will be free of charge when dropped off. Additionally, certain metals are even sometimes rewarded with small payments.
These steps may help our experienced and new renters alike optimize their bin space and save cash.