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The 1999-2000 Solid Waste Management Annual Report provides a comprehensive analysis of solid waste generation, recycling and disposal in Florida primarily based on information compiled by each county. This report also includes information about the activities of the Department, other state agencies and organizations dealing with waste issues.


Contents:.

Individual Chapter Files:.

These files are fairly large so please be patient! They are all in PDF. Thank you.

Appendices:.

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


1999 Appendix A: Introduction

Title Description Formats
Table 1A County Municipal Solid Waste Collection Per Capita Excel
Table 2A MSW Collected by Generator Type in Florida Excel
Table 3A Total Tons of MSW Materials Predicted to be Collected (2017) Excel
Table 4A Total Tons of MSW Managed in Florida Facilities Excel
Table 5A Final Disposition of MSW in Florida Excel

2000 Appendix A: Introduction

Title Description Formats
Table 1A County Municipal Solid Waste Collection Per Capita Excel
Table 2A MSW Collected by Generator Type in Florida Excel
Table 3A Total Tons of MSW Materials Predicted to be Collected (2017) Excel
Table 4A Total Tons of MSW Managed in Florida Facilities Excel
Table 5A Final Disposition of MSW in Florida Excel

1999 Appendix B: Recycling and Waste Reduction

Title Description Formats
Table 1B Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Per Capita Excel
Table 2B County Waste Reduction in Florida Excel
Table 3B Total Tons of MSW and Minimum Five Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 4B Total Tons of MSW and Special Waste Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 5B Total Tons of Other MSW Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 6B County Recycling by Descending Adjusted Recycling Rate Excel
Table 7B Tons of MSW Materials Predicted to be Collected and Recycled (1998) * Excel
Table 8B Minimum Five Materials Recycled in Florida by Descending Population Excel
Table 9B Recycling Program Cost Summary by County Excel
Table 10B Curbside Recycling Programs in Florida Excel
Table 11B Single-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 12B Multi-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 13B Commercial Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 14B Florida's Certified Recyclers Excel

2000 Appendix B: Recycling and Waste Reduction

Title Description Formats
Table 1B Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Per Capita Excel
Table 2B County Waste Reduction in Florida Excel
Table 3B Total Tons of MSW and Minimum Five Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 4B Total Tons of MSW and Special Waste Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 5B Total Tons of Other MSW Materials Collected and Recycled Excel
Table 6B County Recycling by Descending Adjusted Recycling Rate Excel
Table 7B Tons of MSW Materials Predicted to be Collected and Recycled (1998) * Excel
Table 8B Minimum Five Materials Recycled in Florida by Descending Population Excel
Table 9B Recycling Program Cost Summary by County Excel
Table 10B Curbside Recycling Programs in Florida Excel
Table 11B Single-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 12B Multi-Family Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 13B Commercial Participation in Recycling by Descending Population Excel
Table 14B Florida's Certified Recyclers Excel
Table 15B Existing and Proposed Recycling Facilities and Service Centers Excel

Appendix C: Waste to Energy, Landfills, and Special Waste

Title Description Formats
Table 1C Florida Active landfill Facilities Adobe  or  Excel
Table 2C Florida Construction & Demolition Debris Facilities Adobe  or  Excel
Table 4C County Solid Waste Disposal Fees in Florida Adobe  or  Excel
Table 5C Florida Waste to Energy Facilities Adobe 
Table 6C Tire Stabilization and Abatement Activities Adobe  or  Excel
Table 7C Total Tons of WTE Ash Generated by Facility Adobe  or  Excel
Table 8C Florida WTE Ash Analysis Adobe  or  Excel
Table 9C TCLP Test Results for Florida's WTE Facilities Adobe  or  Excel
Table 10C Florida WTE Ash Landfill Information Adobe  or  Excel
Table 11C Estimated Discards of Products Containing Mercury in Florida Municipal Solid Waste (tons) Adobe  or  Excel
Table 12C Estimated Discards of Products Containing Cadmium in Florida Municipal Solid Waste (tons) Adobe  or  Excel
Table 13C Estimated Discards of Products Containing Lead in Florida Municipal Solid Waste (tons) Adobe  or  Excel

Appendix D: Grant Recipients and Awards, Solid Waste Mgt. Trust Fund

Title Description Formats
Table 1D Grant Recipients and Awards, Solid Waste Mgt. Trust Fund Adobe  or  Excel

Appendix E: Departments Solid and Hazardous Waste Staff

Title Description Formats
Table 1D Departments Solid and Hazardous Waste Staff Adobe  or  Excel

Appendix F: County and City Coordinators

Title Description Formats
Table 1F County Solid Waste Directors and Recycling Coordinators Adobe  or  Excel
Table 2F City Recycling Programs in Florida Adobe  or  Excel

1999 Appendix G: County MSW and Recycling Data Summary Sheets

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

2000 Appendix G: County MSW and Recycling Data Summary Sheets

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

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  • Double click on a specific PDF file in that folder to open that chapter or file. Or, use the command once inside the acrobat viewer.

To download specific chapters of the report:
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  • Click on the appropriate chapter and the Acrobat Reader will open up inside of your web browser.

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