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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
Enviroment and Quick Facts on Wacissa and the Wacissa River
Natural springs feed the Wacissa River in Jefferson County that flows about twelve miles through a cypress swamp and eventually flows into the Aucilla River. To the south of the Wacissa River is the community of Wacissa. Many people like to paddle down the Wacissa River Paddling Trail in kayaks or canoes, which begins in marshy areas where the waters are calm and later, about halfway down the river trail, transform into fast currents.
The Ecological treasures of Jefferson County
Jefferson County’s spring-fed rivers give life to its habitat and natural beauty that makes Wacassa and Jefferson County unique. Some of these unique ecological treasures include:
The Florida National Scenic Trail. If you are a nature-lover in Florida, you may well know of the Florida National Scenic Trail. The trails extend through the open plains of Florida and woodlands and wetlands for over a thousand miles, where the path sometimes is raised on wood planks. The trail offers breathtaking visual scenes and is not for motorized vehicles.
The St. Marks National Park: St. Marks is located on the banks of the St. Marks River that offers equestrian, hiking, and biking trails where black bears have been spotted.
Big Bend Seagrasses Aquatic Preserve: The Big Bend Seagrasses Aquatic Preserve covers almost one million acres that encompass the Suwannee River region.
Making Landfills into Parks
During the life of a landfill, scientists attempt to produce energy and contain the waste and pollution by placing a lining around and underneath the landfill to create block contamination from moving past the site. But what happens after a landfill comes to the end of its life. In some cases, experts have covered the site with clay and then vegetation creating recreation areas. You may wonder if anyone goes to these but some of these sites have become elegant and useful parks:
- One such area can be found in Red Rock Canyon Open Space, which was previously a landfill that was more than fifty acres in size. It now has trails that wind through the red rocks, picnic areas, and jagged rock formations that are great for climbing. As you walk across the red rock and picturesque western scenery, it is difficult to imagine that a landfill was once there.
- Freshkills Park in Staten Island in New York is another former landfill that is now a park that is used for recreation, educational programs, and athletic areas and also has a solar power farm that serves over two thousand residences. The park is an incredible environmental feat that is built upon one of the largest landfills in the country, with over two thousand acres that are now covered by green grass in a park that is larger than Central Park.
- The name says it all at Mount Trashmore Park, which sits upon a waste site that began in the 1770s in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The site now sits on two artificial, but very real, mountains, one of which is sixty feet high and extends for more than eight hundred feet. The mountains overlook lakes and attract kit flyers. There are also playgrounds for children, outdoor workout equipment to get in shape, and even a vert ramp (half-pipe) for skateboarders.
- César Chávez Park in Berkeley, California extends for over ninety acres with rich green land that includes a wetland, trails that offer views of the San Francisco Bay, the three bay bridges, and Angel Island, and a wildlife sanctuary. One of the favorite activities is flying kits that can be exotic at times, catching the winds that drift across the green plains. It is also the home of the famous Berkley Kite Festival. Dog lovers are also in luck as the park offers a seventeen-acre dog area where canines can run free of leashes.