In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian which devastated South West Florida literal tons of vegetative waste, building construction waste, and other trash and debris are left as a by-product with many wondering how to get rid of it.
In Sarasota and Charlotte Counties you have may have seen the huge trucks driving around collecting at the curbs.
We offer tree work, and can haul away debris for you. Please contact us for a free quote if you need help getting your property cleaned up.
Sarasota County has a FAQ website set up with specific information about collection zones, debris map & missed pickups:
However, one of the main points you will see is that “County staff and the debris contractor cannot/will not enter private property to remove debris”.
This holds true for both Charlotte and Sarasota Counties. We offer debris removal services and would love to give you a quote.
Charlotte County has a FAQ website set up with specific information about collection zones, debris map & missed pickups:
Charlotte County residents can drop off storm debris from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Sunday (trailers cannot exceed 12 feet in length).
Placida West Boat Ramp (debris drop-off only, not for launching boats), 12560 Placida Road, Placida
Florida Street (south county area), 7000 Florida St. Punta Gorda
West Charlotte Mini-Transfer & Recycling Facility (Unlimited visits until further notice),
7070 Environmental Way, Englewood
Mid-County Mini-Transfer & Recycling Facility (Unlimited visits until further notice),
19765 Kenilworth Blvd., Port Charlotte
Charlotte County Landfill (Fees Apply)
The landfill is open for business and residential waste.
Monday-Sunday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Current fees (credit cards only):
County Residents: $39.28 per ton (minimum charge is $5)
Out-of-County: $78.54 per ton (minimum charge is $17)
Tires: $125.46 per ton in-county and $141.82 per ton out-of-county
Asbestos: $109.10 per ton (in-county asbestos only)
Special Handling: $50 per event
Account Application: Call 941.764.4360
Additional Resources Available
FDEM is now accepting applications from private and commercial property owners who would like assistance for the assessment and removal of qualifying debris, including vehicles.
To apply for storm debris removal:
call Hurricane Ian Debris hotline at 850-961-2002
email [email protected]