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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
Virginia Gardens Equestrian Rebellion, Solid & Hazardous Waste
Very few communities have seceded over horses, but the Village of Virginia Gardens has such a history that is an equestrian’s dream. In the 1940’s, Virginia Gardens was a part of Miami Springs. But when Miami Springs decided to ban the use of horses within city limits, the Village of Virginia Gardens went its own way and incorporated. Today, Virginia Gardens has benefited from companies such as Televisa International, Boeing, and Pan Am, but retains its small-town attitude and ambiance that distinguished it over one-half century ago.
Virginia Gardens mixture of small-town-feel business success means that development, even if tempered, will occur. As the Village Beautification Board might admit, construction and renovation, landscaping, and other jobs can often precede beautification if done right.
Many such projects benefit from or need rollaway dumpsters that can effectively dispose of waste. Although dumpster can take a wide variety of waste (if prearranged), hazardous waste should never be placed in a dumpster. These items include the following:
- Old paints if they are oil based paint or liquid latex paints.
- Florida is full of pools to keep cool, but pool chemicals should not be thrown in the trash.
- Solvents are generally hazardous.
- Electronic items (e.g. computers, monitors, computer parts, TVs, VCRs, video equipment, radios and radio equipment, and phones) should be taken to a hazardous waste center.
- Propane tanks and empty oxygen tanks need special disposal.
- Fluorescent light bulbs of all types have magnesium and should be taken to a hazardous waste center.
Miami Dade Count offers to sites with Home Chemical Collection Centers where residents can dispose of the above items without any costs. These include the West Dade Home Collection Center, located at 8801 NW 58 Street in Doral, and the South Dade Home Chemical Collection Center, which can be found at 23707 SW 97th Ave, Homestead.
Avoiding pollution before it happens is an essential goal for environmentalists. But many lands have already been damaged by landfills, industry, government facilities, or other activities. For this reason, remediation is an important part of an environmental policy. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a Green Remediation Focus to find ways to protect land and ecosystems. These efforts are designed to restore the original and natural state of lands before contamination, support biodiversity, reduce carbon, and support more wildlife. The Green Remediation agenda seeks to develop and promote clean energy through large-scale “whole-site” strategies for land and ecosystem remediation through best management practices:
- One effort by the EPA is to collect information the original species living in the habitat, the land shape, and drainage patterns to recreate the pre-restoration conditions.
- A second practice is to place vegetation that can survive dry periods to heal disturbed areas.
- A third best management practice to rescue and relocate species that are endangered by their changing surroundings with the help of outside organizations.
- Finally, the program finds areas that may be harmed by construction and maintenance and to install mulch and grates to protect soil from contamination.
A Prior Example of EPA Remediation
In Butler County in Pennsylvania, such an effort is underway to treat more than ten square miles of land in that has been impacted by a former coal mine that ran for about a century and is now closed, but has been adversely impacted by acid mine drainage. The Green Remediation Strategy has sought to create wetlands and new vegetation areas, recover waste and construction materials, and the design of treatment systems. The EPA claims a number of results from the program, such as neutralizing over one hundred and forty thousand pounds of acidity from the water, ninety percent reductions in aluminum and iron levels, and drop in manganese in the treated water in the ballpark of fifty percent.