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Garbage collection schedule returns to normal for household waste and recycling beginning the week of September 18th.

See below for information on storm debris removal.

Hurricane Irma Update: Storm Debris and Yard Waste Collection

Hurricane Irma Update: Storm Debris and Yard Waste Collection

Debris contractors began storm debris collection on September 19 for residents in unincorporated Manatee County.

Over the next several weeks debris contractors will be working from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. with several crews throughout the collection area (debris collection only). Please know that these are very large trucks and may slow traffic down on streets during the collection process. Take care and watch carefully for workers in these areas.

Residents should read and follow the guidelines below to ensure collection.
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Lena Road Landfill Tipping Fees

Lena Road Landfill Tipping Fees

Standard waste, including yard trash and white goods:
Cars without trailers: $5/car
All other vehicles: $40.00/ton
Minimum fee: $20.00

Construction and demolition debris: $61.00/ton (minimum fee: $30.50)

Tires: $86.00/ton (minimum fee: $43)

Ash residue, sludge, contaminated soil, asbestos, and other non-standard waste: $61.00/ton (minimum fee: $30.50)

Mixed loads or loads that are insufficiently covered to prevent load loss during transportation will be charged double the fees above. read on Lena Road Landfill Tipping Fees

Divisions

Utilities Customer Service

Utilities Customer Service

Customer Service is responsible for correct customer billing, collection efforts of unpaid residential, and commercial water/sewer/solid waste and landfill accounts. This division is the primary point of contact for service connections, payment arrangements, updates to customer profiles, information requests, investigation and complaint resolution. read on Utilities Customer Service

Manatee County Wastewater Division

Manatee County Wastewater Division

By carefully treating wastewater, Manatee County's treatment plants return clean water safely to the environment. The Manatee County Wastewater Treatment System treats wastewater through an advanced process at the wastewater plants and then reuses the treated effluent for irrigation. The treated effluent, or reclaimed water, can be seen in use all over town. read on Manatee County Wastewater Division

Manatee County Potable (Drinking) Water Division

Manatee County Potable (Drinking) Water Division

The Potable Water Division provides customers with economical potable water through constant improvements in operations, maintenance and water quality. Distribution oversees the integrity and condition of the water distribution system. Water Conservation is responsible for the development and implementation of an integrated Water Conservation/Reclaimed Water Program. The Water Treatment Plant Laboratory monitors water quality throughout the system, ensuring safety of potable water. read on Manatee County Potable (Drinking) Water Division

Infrastructure Mapping & Damage Prevention

Infrastructure Mapping & Damage Prevention

The Infrastructure Mapping & Damage Prevention Division provides an accurate and seamless representation of the County’s underground infrastructure networks. This allows for accurate analysis, planning, safeguarding, and work management for that infrastructure and provides the contractor, excavator, landscaper or homeowner with the best possible knowledge of all underground lines and structures to avoid any potential hazards or structural damage when excavating.
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Kids 4 Water Conservation

Kids 4 Water Conservation

We all use water for drinking, bathing, swimming, washing and watering our lawns, but water is a limited resource. That is why it is important that we all do our part in conserving water. Kids can make a huge impact simply by starting at home and changing the way their families, friends and classmates use water. If everyone saves a little we can save a lot. read on Kids 4 Water Conservation