Dumpster Rental in St. Pete Beach, 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
Waste, Environment, Activities, and St. Pete Beach History
Along the Gulf Coast of Florida, St. Pete Beach can be found in Pinellas County. The area was originally formed from Pass-a-Grille, Belle Vista, St. Petersburg Beach, and some unincorporated parts of the County under the name of St. Petersburg Beach. In the 1990s, the city changed its name to St. Pete Beach. The history of the areas is important to residents, and the St. Pete Beach Historic Preservation Board is a committee that was originally created to identify, evaluate, preserve, and protect historical and archaeological sites in St. Pete Beach.
St. Pete Beach Activities
St. Pete Beach offers a number of activities. The waterside area is a destination for boating, diving, and dolphin and whale watching. St. Pete Beach also offers a number of nature and wildlife tours. Visitors and residents can access the water in kayaks or boat tours to enjoy the aquatic wonders of the areas or go on land tours filled with nature and Florida’s incredible biodiversity.
Hauling in Waste
Pinellas County has both a landfill and state of the art Waste-to-Energy facility. Haulers can bring in refuse to the Waste-to-Energy Facility, Scalehouse, and Landfill located at 3095 114th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33716. The Facility can be contacted at 727-464-7500 and is open weekdays from six in the morning until six in the evening and, on Saturday, from seven in the morning until five in the evening.
Much of the waste that arrives at the facility is process through the waste-to-energy incineration process, which takes municipal waste items including:
- Plant or animal products.
- Paper and cardboard.
- Food waste.
- Grass clippings, leaves, wood, and leather products.
- Non-biomass combustible materials such as plastic and other synthetics made from petroleum.
Metals removed from the waste with a large magnet before incineration. The incineration process makes reduces the waste to a residue that is ten percent of its original volume, after which it is taken to the landfill. As of 2015, the United States had seventy-one waste-to-energy facilities that reduce waste and create fourteen billion kilowatt-hours of electricity annually.
Certain items that cannot be recycled or incinerated are taken to the landfill including:
- Bulk items, such as large boats or couches, which cannot be incinerated.
- Construction debris.
- Liquescent items that cannot be incinerated, such as cosmetics.
Waste Disposal Rates
Both the general public and businesses without accounts pay for their loads at the scale house. Flat fees are as follows:
- Pickup trucks and vans cost ten dollars per load.
- Passenger vehicles cost two dollars per load.
- Up to five Christmas trees cost three dollars per load.
- If a flat fee does not apply, vehicles are charged thirty dollars and fifty cents per ton or fifty dollars and fifty cents per ton for tires (quantities of five tires or less receive the regular thirty dollars and fifty cents per ton rate).
- Mixed loads of tires and other trash will receive the fifty dollars and fifty cents per ton price. Additionally, the facility accepts tires up to thirty-six inches in diameter (large tires must be cut into quarters). Only two tires may be attached to the rims and tractor-trailer tires are not accepted.
Special waste requires a special appointment at the disposal facility. These items include:
- Industrial waste
- Processed waste.
- Over-sized items.
Hazardous waste should is prohibited for disposal at the disposal facility and should not be placed in roll-off dumpster containers, which are taken to the disposal facility. These items include:
- Hazardous waste.
- Gasoline, fuel oil, and liquid waste.
- Radioactive waste.
- Biological and infectious waste.
Instead, residents and roll-off dumpster renters should take these items to the Household Electronics and Chemical Collection Center (HEC3) located at 2855 109th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. The Center is open weekdays and Saturday from seven in the morning to five in the evening and can be contacted at 727-464-7500. The Center accepts the following items for safe disposal free of charge for County residents:
- Electronics (or white goods) such as cell phones and smartphones, computer towers/CPUs, hard drives and CD drives, laptops, tablets, monitors, rechargeable batteries (remove from device, place device in the garbage) and televisions.
- Chemicals including automotive fluids and fuel, motor oil, fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, pool chemicals, paint remover and thinner, cleaners, so vents, wood preservative, cooking oil, kerosene, and latex and oil-based paints.
Additional items include fluorescent bulbs and smoke detectors.