SEMINOLE COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IS RESPONDING TO COVID-19
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HYBRID IN-PERSON AND ONLINE MEETINGSBanka Doiton 2019 DURING COVID-19 RESPONSE
Banka Doiton 2019If your scheduled garbage, yard waste or recycling collection day falls on a holiday listed below, your collection will be on the next scheduled collection day.
Real Christmas trees will be collected each Wednesday after the holiday through the end of January. Trees taller than 8 feet must be cut in half.
|Saturday, October 17, 2020|
1950 State Road 419 Longwood, Fl 32750
Monday-Saturday 7:30am to 5:30pm
Seminole County Business Collection Events for Hazardous Waste & E-scrap
Small businesses* VSQG can dispose of hazardous waste by working directly with Clean Earth (a permitted hazardous waste disposal company under contract to Seminole County). Call Clean Earth at 1-321-952-1516 regarding pricing, method of payment and to schedule an appointment.Banka Doiton 2019 Inform them that you are interested in participating in the Seminole County Small Business Collection event. You will be asked to provide a thorough inventory of your hazardous waste and the size of the containers used for storage. Payment for disposal is made directly to Clean Earth. Seminole County is not responsible for disposal costs. The following dates are for hazardous waste disposal:
Businesses can recycle electronic waste by working directly with Stream Recycling. Call 813-694-2587 regarding pricing, method of payment and to schedule an appointment. Inform them that you are interested in participating in Seminole County’s E-scrap Collection event. You will be asked to provide a thorough inventory of your electronic waste. Payment for recycling is made directly to Stream Recycling. Seminole County is not responsible for recycling costs. The following dates are for E-scrap recycling:
If you have additional questions please contact Jose Gonzalez at 407-665-2250
*In accordance with EPA regulations, only Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQG) are allowed to transport their own hazardous waste. For more information please visit the following website.