Still Waiting For Hurricane Debris Pickup? See Where Brevard’s 30 Trucks Are Currently Operating
By Space Coast Daily // October 23, 2017
Disposal Sites have resumed normal hours
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There are currently 30 trucks collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Irma operating in Brevard County.
These trucks are collecting in Unincorporated Brevard County and the municipalities that have joined in the Interlocal Agreement.
All Brevard County Solid Waste Disposal Sites have resumed normal hours of operation, Monday through Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
As a reminder, small amounts of debris can be containerized and will be picked up by Waste Management on your regularly scheduled yard waste collection day.
Waste Management Inc. has resumed collection of furniture as a bulk waste pick-up.
Please call Waste Management to schedule collection of bulk waste that includes furniture or white goods. In the North area call 321-636-6894, in the South Area call 321-723-4455.
Please refer to the below zone maps to reference areas trucks are currently working. Note: Cities that are NOT participating in the interlocal agreement have been grayed out.
• 28N – C&D collection
• 2S – C&D collection
• 29S – C&D collection
Completed First Pass:
Completed and returned to normal collection by Waste Management:
• 33N (west of Interlachen Rd. and west of St. Andrews south of Interlachen Rd.)
The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
• Town of Melbourne Village (Complete)
• Palm Shores
• Town of Malabar
• Satellite Beach (Complete)
• Indian Harbour Beach
• City of Cocoa
• West Melbourne
• Melbourne Beach
• Please place your debris on the grass part of your right of way and not on the driveway. Due to the potential damage that could occur, debris will not be picked up off a paver drive way.
• Small amounts of debris should be put in a container for quicker pick up. Small amounts of construction debris can be placed in your normal trash cart.
• Please keep your piles of vegetative debris and construction debris separate. Any mixed debris piles will be picked up in the construction debris pass since this material will have to go to the landfill.
• Do not put yard debris on the roadway, in the swale or other drainage easements.
• Do not place any debris beside utility poles or transformers, under power lines, on top of water meters, on storm drains, by fire hydrants, near vehicles, next to mailboxes or fences. Hidden electrical hazards can injure or kill collection personnel.
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