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The annual Solid Waste Management Report is based on information provided by the 67 counties in Florida. The Department uses the information to prepare a report on the status of the State’s solid waste management efforts.

The graphs below illustrate our current municipal solid waste statistics.

Graph Graph Graph Graph
Florida MSW Collected
(Chart and Table)
MSW Collected by
Generator Type
Florida MSW Management MSW Collected
in FL Counties

Appendices:

Click on the formats of the tables below to view/download them as Adobe PDF format.


2009 Appendix A: Introduction

Title Description Format
Table 1A County Municipal Solid Waste Collection Per Capita PDF
Table 2A MSW Collected by Generator Type in Florida PDF
Table 4A-1 Total Tons of MSW Managed in Florida Facilities PDF
Table 4A-2 Total Tons of MSW Managed in Florida Facilities (continued) PDF
Table 5A Final Disposition of MSW in Florida PDF

2009 Appendix B: Recycling and Waste Reduction

Title Description Format
Table 1B Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Per Capita PDF
Table 3B-1 Total Tons of MSW Materials Collected and Recycled (Minimum 4 out of 8) PDF
Table 3B-2 Total Tons of MSW Materials Collected and Recycled (Minimum 4 out of 8) PDF
Table 4B Total Tons of Special Waste Materials Collected and Recycled PDF
Table 5B-1 Total Tons of MSW Materials Collected and Recycled PDF
Table 5B-2 Total Tons of MSW Materials Collected and Recycled (continued) PDF
Table 5B-3 Total Tons of MSW Materials Collected and Recycled (continued) PDF
Table 6B County Recycling by Descending Adjusted Recycling Rate PDF
Table 8B-1 Materials Recycled in Florida by Descending Population PDF
Table 8B-2 Materials Recycled in Florida by Descending Population (continued) PDF
Table 8B-3 Materials Recycled in Florida by Descending Population (continued) PDF
Table 10B Recycling Availability by County and Municipality PDF
Table 11B Single-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population PDF
Table 12B Multi-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population PDF
Table 13B Commercial Participation in Recycling by Descending Population PDF

2009 Appendix C

Title Description Format
Table 4C County Solid Waste Disposal Fees in Florida PDF
(Temporarily Removed)

2009 Appendix G: County MSW and Recycling Data Summary Sheets

Florida
Alachua / PDF Flagler / PDF Lake / PDF Pinellas / PDF
Baker / PDF Franklin / PDF Lee / PDF Polk / PDF
Bay / PDF Gadsden / PDF Leon / PDF Putnam / PDF
Bradford / PDF Gilchrist / PDF Levy / PDF  
Brevard / PDF Glades / PDF Liberty / PDF Santa Rosa / PDF
Broward / PDF Gulf / PDF Madison / PDF Sarasota / PDF
Calhoun / PDF Hamilton / PDF Manatee / PDF Seminole / PDF
Charlotte / PDF Hardee / PDF Marion / PDF St. Johns / PDF
Citrus / PDF Hendry / PDF Martin / PDF St. Lucie / PDF
Clay / PDF Hernando / PDF Monroe / PDF Sumter / PDF
Collier / PDF Highlands / PDF Nassau / PDF Suwannee / PDF
Columbia / PDF Hillsborough / PDF Okaloosa / PDF Taylor / PDF
Dade / PDF Holmes / PDF Okeechobee / PDF Union / PDF
De Soto / PDF Indian River / PDF Orange / PDF Volusia / PDF
Dixie / PDF Jackson / PDF Osceola / PDF Wakulla / PDF
Duval / PDF Jefferson / PDF Palm Beach / PDF Walton / PDF
Escambia / PDF Lafayette / PDF Pasco / PDF Washington / PDF

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Last updated: September 26, 2013

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