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Debris Disposal Information for Residential and Businesses
9/7/2017
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Debris Disposal Information for Residential and Businesses


CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (Sept. 7, 2017) – Charlotte County residents and businesses can dispose of debris before and after the storm at the following locations:

  • Demolition Debris: Can be disposed of at a construction & demolition debris landfill facility, such as Waste Connections, Inc., 30199 Zemel Rd., Punta Gorda, or Waste Management’s Transfer Station in Placida, 5225 Redwood Road, Placida. Examples of demolition debris include: siding, roofing materials, lumber, windows, wall-board, insulation, and similar items.
  • Demolition Debris mixed with other non-construction materials: Can be taken to Waste Management’s Transfer Station in Placida or the Charlotte County Landfill 29751 Zemel Rd., Punta Gorda.
  • Vegetative Debris: Can be disposed at Waste Connections, Inc. in Punta Gorda, Waste Management’s Transfer Station in Placida, or the Charlotte County Landfill in Punta Gorda. Examples of vegetative debris include: trees, branches, and similar debris.

Please note: the facilities above charge a disposal (tip) fee to deposit waste.

  • Charlotte County residents (not businesses) can bring debris to the Mini-Transfer Station 7070 Environmental Way, Englewood or 19675 Kenilworth Blvd. Port Charlotte. The stations will be open Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday due to Hurricane Irma. All unloading has to be completed by 3:45 p.m. No Exceptions.​ Must show proof of residency. No trailers over 12’ in length.


Media and public can follow Charlotte County Emergency Management important emergency information at www.charlottecountyfl.gov, www.facebook.com/oemcharlottecounty, and www.twitter.com/ccoem.

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