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Guidelines for debris removal in Lee County

14 Septembre 2017

Regular trash pickups have resumed in unincorporated Brevard County after Hurricane Irma, but they are running behind schedule in some areas. If you are normally scheduled for either recycling or trash pick up Wednesday, Thursday or Friday (September 13-15), those will be picked up. Therefore, customers with a regular service day of Monday will be serviced on Tuesday, Tuesday customers will be serviced on Wednesday, Wednesday customers will be serviced on Thursday and so forth for the remainder of the week. The city requests that yard waste be bagged, bundled or tied (if at all possible), with a 40 pound weight limit and no longer than 4 feet.

Keep your yard waste and construction debris in separate piles at your curb. And debris pickup may not occur on your normal collection day. Spoiled contents should be placed in garbage for pickup.

Satellites show Hurricane Katia crawling to the Mexico coast
This rainfall may cause life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, especially in areas of mountainous terrain. A hurricane watch has been issued for the Mexican state of Veracruz by the Mexican government.

Standard yard debris collection schedules will resume Monday, September 18. Recycling collection has been suspended. Place it in piles that can easily be managed by debris collection personnel with a claw truck. Mixing chemicals with your other debris creates a fire hazard.

Guidelines for debris removal in Lee County