Demolition Services by Arwood Waste of Orange Park
112 Industrial Loop N, Orange Park, FL 32073
Quality Clean Up
We offer total demolition services packages. Demolition projects are done professionally with recycling and conservation in mind.
Let us help with timely debris removal from storms and disasters. Quick clean up can help the rebuilding process get started quicker.
Driveway, Concrete Removal
Demolition and disposal of concrete or asphalt does not have to be difficult. Often these material can be recycled from driveways, sidewalks, etc. and put to good use.
Swimming Pool Removal
Let a professional guide you through the best way to remove or cover a pool no longer in use. We specialize in demolition and removal of any style of swimming pool.
Residential and House Demolition
Everything from house demolition to smaller structural wrecking and removal like sheds, garages, decks, etc. can be taken care of. Hire a professional who knows what permits and requirements are in place to free your space up for something new.
Revitalizing city streets starts with the proper, clean and safe demolition of old commercial buildings. We are skilled at the removal of larger structures such as shopping strips or office buildings.
It is often necessary to demolish industrial parks, factory warehouses, sewer plants, electrical fields, etc. These highly specialized projects require an expert demolition company.
Other Interior Demolition
Renovation projects such as kitchens, bathrooms, walls, flooring, etc. are easier with qualified demolition contractors.
Call (904) 751-1628 for a Free Estimate from an Experienced, Local Demolition Contractor
Residential or commercial Demolition Services:
- Garage demolition – attached garages, unattached garages, pole barns
- Home demolition – demolish and remove an entire house
- Building demolition – demolishing, salvaging and removal of nearly any residential building
- Light commercial demolition – dismantling, recycling and removal of 1 – 2 story commercial buildings
- Swimming pool demolition – inground swimming pool removal and fill-in
- Structural demolition – home, garage, building
What is the process for demolition of a commercial building, house, garage, shed, or barn?
- Request an estimate or estimates from licensed and insured Orange Park demolition contractors. Demolishing a home, garage, or commercial building is not a simple project and requires the expertise of a professional demolition contractor to guide the process. During the estimate site visit, interview the contractor for qualifications, references, EPA certifications, and the process the demolition contractor would follow to knock down and remove the building.
- Apply for demolition permits and approval from local government authorities. Depending on your location, demolition permits may be required by the city, county, and/ or state. Your local municipality may also have regulations related to notifications, noise, hours of demolition, disposal of the debris, etc… Your hired demolition company should be well informed about local regulations and will often pull the permits on your behalf.
- Utilities need to be properly disconnected. Utility companies for gas, water, and electricity need to be contacted. All utilities need to be properly disconnected or terminated at the source prior to demolition. Again, coordinating this may be handled by your hired demolition company, but clarify upfront from the contractor all of the services that are provided.
- Older homes or buildings need to be inspected for hazardous materials like asbestos or lead paint prior to being demolished. If your home or building contains hazardous materials, proper procedures for abatement need to be followed. Your hired demolition contractor may offer this service or sub contract it to an environmental remediation specialist.
- Safely tear down the building. For one to three story structures like a shed, garage, or a home, demolition of the structure is usually achieved using large hydraulic equipment like cranes, excavators and/or bulldozers.
- Removal and disposal of demolition debris. Debris will be loaded onto trucks or into roll off dumpsters for hauling to recycling centers or landfills. Discuss the options of salvaging and recycling demolition materials with your hired demolition contractor.
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Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
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The Rosemary Hill SWMF is located at 3545 Rosemary Hill Road, Green Cove Springs FL 32043. Hours of operation are: Monday thru Saturday – 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Directions from Orange Park/Fleming Island: South on Highway 17, go 1 mile south of Black Creek bridge and turn right on County Road 315 (second traffic light), go 3 ¼ miles to Rosemary Hill Road, turn right and go ½ mile to site on the right.
Directions from Penney Farms/Kingsley Lake/Keystone Heights: State Road 16 east to County Road 315 (about ½ mile past Fair Grounds), turn left, go to the first road on the left (Rosemary Hill Road), go about ½ mile to site on the right.
Directions from Middleburg/Clay Hill: County Road 218 east/south to State Road 16 (Penney Farms), turn left, go approximately 4 1/2 miles to County Road 315 (about ½ mile past Fair Grounds), turn left, go to the first road on the left (Rosemary Hill Road), go about ½ mile to site on the right.
Directions from Doctors Inlet: County Road 220 east to Highway 17, turn right, go 1 mile past Black Creek bridge and turn right on County Road 315 (second traffic light), go 3 ¼ miles to Rosemary Hill Road, turn right and go ½ mile to site on the right.
This site is for the disposal of the following types of material from any location within Clay County:
- Household garbage.
- Building and Construction Debris (C&D).
- Yard Trash includes grass clippings, bagged or loose leaves, shrub trimmings, palm fronds, tree parts, and land clearing debris.
- White Goods (refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves, water heaters, freezers, etc.) Pursuant to Florida Statute 823.07(2), it is unlawful for any person knowingly to abandon or discard or to permit to be abandoned or discarded on premises under his or her control any icebox, refrigerator, deep-freeze locker, clothes washer, clothes dryer, or similar airtight unit having an interior storage capacity of 1 1/2 cubic feet or more from which the door has not been removed.
- Tires. Commercially-generated tires must be paid for.
- Residential household hazardous waste, household chemicals, pesticides, paint, empty 55-gallon drums, and propane gas tanks are accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Center only. Please ask personnel for assistance.
- Medical sharps, like needles and syringes used in home health care, may be contaminated with disease-causing germs and viruses. These must be handled in specially labeled containers. Clay County’s Sharps Disposal Program can help you dispose of these wastes. Call (904) 529-2801.
Schedule of Fees
Residents within the unincorporated area of the County, the City of Green Cove Springs, the City of Keystone Heights, and the Town of Orange Park (residents who pay the Solid Waste Disposal Assessment) are allowed to use the Rosemary Hill SWMF and the ECCs. If you reside on a property which pays the Solid Waste Assessment, you are allowed to bring in 500 pounds per calendar week of any type of material at no charge at the Rosemary Hill SWMF. Anything in excess of the 500-pound limit shall be charged as follows:
Class I (garbage) $50 per ton, $0.50 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Household Hazardous Waste $50 per ton, $0.50 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Class C & D (building materials) $40 per ton, $0.40 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Scrap Metal $40 per ton, $0.40 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Yard Trash (trees, shrubs, etc.) $40 per ton, $0.40 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Appliances $40 per ton, $0.40 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Tires (passenger) $110 per ton, $1.10 per 20 lbs. after 500 pounds.
Tires (OTR) $270 per ton, $2.70 per 20 lbs.
Payment may be made by cash or check ONLY.
If you have a mixed load, it is suggested that you bring in the most expensive material first (tires, appliances) so it will be applied to your 500 pound no charge limit, then anything left will be charged.
If you live within the Town of Penney Farms, you must bring your material to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility. All waste will be charged at the above-stated rates per ton.
See Household Hazardous Waste for information.
If you are a business, please call (904) 284-6374, 269-6374, (904) 533-2111 Ext. 6374, or (352) 473-3711 Ext. 6374 and speak to our Hazardous Waste Coordinator for information concerning disposal and/or charges.
The Clay County Household Hazardous Waste Center is located at the Rosemary Hill SWMF, 3545 Rosemary Hill Road, Green Cove Springs. Hours are: Monday thru Saturday – 7:30 am until 5:30 pm. If you have questions, please call (904) 284/269-6374, (904) 533-2111 Ext. 6374, or (352) 473-3711 Ext. 6374. For directions and hours of operation, please refer to Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility.
Bring all of your:
- Drain cleaners
- Pool chemicals
- Fluorescent light tubes
- Automobile oil
- Polishes and strippers
- Liquid paint and thinners
- Car and boat batteries
- Any product marked:
No Business Hazardous Waste Accepted!!! Please refer to Waste Disposal by Businesses for info on who to contact concerning disposal.
Household Battery Collection: Please bring all of you Ni-Cd, lithium, button cell, and alkaline batteries to the Household Hazardous Waste Center at Rosemary Hill SWMF. The Center also accepts used automotive and boat batteries.
Used Oil Recycling: According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), well over 200 million gallons of used motor oil are dumped into the environment by do-it-yourself oil changers, most of whom have not stopped to consider the potential consequences of their actions.
Help build a better tomorrow today! Here’s how you can contribute:
- Drain your oil and transfer it into clean, preferably reusable, containers… like milk jugs.
- Never mix used oil with other substances. Doing so not only makes recycling more difficult, it can be dangerous as well.
- We accept up to 5 gallons per visit at the Rosemary Hill SWMF or any of the County’s ECCs (except Kingsley Lake).
Fluorescent Lamp Recycling (and other Mercury-containing devices): Elemental Mercury (Hg), while present in very small quantities in these items, is a neurotoxin that can readily contaminate and accumulate in our environment whenever these lamps and devices are improperly disposed of.
Types of Hg-containing lamps and devices currently accepted:
- Fluorescent lamps and bulbs
- Thermostats and switches
- Thermometers and manometers
- High intensity discharge (HID)
- Metal halide
- Mercury vapor
- Low pressure sodium vapor
- High pressure sodium vapor
Proper handling procedures are:
- Do not throw lamps in trash.
- Do not tape lamps together.
- Place waste lamps in the container in which the replacement tubes or bulbs arrived, when practical.
- Store in a safe place to prevent breakage.
- Place broken bulbs into a heavy plastic bag.
How to identify household hazardous chemicals:
- Corrosive – caustic – Can burn or destroy living tissue. Some examples include drain cleaners, oven cleaners, rug and upholstery cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners, and chlorine bleach.
- Flammable/ignitable – Can be easily set on fire. Items such as oil-based paints, lacquer, paint strippers, thinners, and other solvents are in this category.
- Toxic/poison – Capable of causing injury or death through ingestion, inhalation, or absorption. Some toxins can cause cancer, genetic mutations, or fetal harm. Examples include paint removal and thinner, oil-based paints, flea powders, and insect sprays.
- Explosive – Can detonate or explode through exposure to heat, impact, or pressure. Examples include aerosols and metal polishes.
- Reactive – May generate excess heat, noxious fumes, violent reactions, or explosions when mixed with some other substance, such as mixing ammonia and bleach.
- Infectious – May cause disease in humans and animals. Examples include biomedical waste and used syringes.
Unincorporated Area Service Standards
Areas outside the Towns of Orange Park and Penney Farms and the Cities of Keystone Heights and Green Cove Springs
A trip to a Clay County Environmental Convenience Center (ECC) each week can take up a lot of your valuable time. A trip to the curb, however, is a lot easier and much less time consuming. Curbside collection service allows you the convenience of putting out garbage, yard trash, recycling, and bulky items and having it picked up in front of your home.
The unincorporated area of Clay County is serviced by Advanced Disposal Services. They collect garbage, yard trash, and recyclables (they provide bins for recyclables) and also collect certain bulky items. These services are paid for through assessments on annual tax bills (beginning 10/1/07).
For information about days of service and other details please call:
Advanced Disposal Services
Toll free 1-866-779-2529
Internet at: www.advanceddisposal.com
Or you may contact Clay County Department of Environmental Services:
904-284-6374 Green Cove Springs area
904-269-6374 Middleburg/Orange park areas
352-473-3711 Ext. 6374 Keystone Heights/Melrose areas
- All wastes shall be set out no later than 6:00 am on the scheduled service day, but no earlier than 6:00 pm the day before.
- Solid waste cannot accumulate for more than 7 days without providing for removal and disposal. If you miss your pick-up, you may bring your waste to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF) or one of the County’s Environmental Convenience Centers (ECC).
- All residential waste must be placed at the curb or roadway within 10 feet of the edge of the traveled portion of the road.
- Residential garbage, grass, and leaves must be in standard garbage cans with tight fitting lids and handles or in sealed plastic bags. Each container must be free of sharp or jagged edges, with bottom intact and may not exceed 40 gallons or weigh more than 50 pounds. Call your hauler for removal of broken garbage cans.
- Garbage and yard trash must not be placed over water or gas meters, under low hanging trees, utility wires, or beside mailboxes.
- For the safety of collection crews, all broken glass must be wrapped in newspaper or in some other protective covering and placed in the garbage.
- Please call Advanced Disposal Services at 1-866-779-2529 or (904)695-0500 for collection of Bulky items (i.e. large appliances, sleeper sofas) by appointment.
The following items are to be placed in recycling bins provided (one for paper products, one for plastic, glass & cans etc.):
- (#1- #7) all colors (household use items: deli trays, butter tubs, plastic food and beverage containers). CD’s & CD cases. No antifreeze, oil, or pesticide containers, please! No antifreeze, oil, or pesticide containers, please!
- Glass (brown, clear, and green) bottles and jars
- Metal and aluminum cans
- Corrugated cardboard and paperboard (flattened and no larger than 2’ x 3’), newspaper, magazines and catalogs.
- Milk/creamer cartons, soup & broth cartons, and juice boxes
- Brown paper bags should be placed inside the recycling bin or may be filled with additional recyclables.
- When recycling bins reach capacity, place additional recyclables beside the bin in brown paper bags. Use bins only for recycling. Contact your hauler if you need an additional bin.
- Yard waste is collected separately from garbage. Yard waste includes grass clippings, leaves, shrub trimmings, palm fronds, and tree limbs. They may be no more than 4’ in length and stacked in neat piles. Collection of containerized yard waste is unlimited. Yard waste that is not placed in a container is limited to 5 cubic yards per week (approximately a pickup truck load) with no single item weighing more than 50 pounds.
- Construction and demolition debris (C&D), including carpet, is collected along with garbage and is limited to 1 cubic yard per week (approximately 6 bags). No one piece may be longer than 4’ nor weigh more than 50 pounds. C & D should be containerized when practical.
- Waste tires are not collected curbside. Up to 4 tires (no more than 16.5″ rim size) can be taken to any of the County’s ECCs each day. If you have more, or larger tires, they must be taken to the Rosemary Hill SWMF.
- Automotive parts are not accepted at any location. Please call your nearest scrap dealer/junk yard for proper disposal.
- Residential household hazardous waste, household chemicals, pesticides, paint, empty 55-gallon and larger drums (emptied and open for inspection), and propane gas tanks are accepted at the Rosemary Hill Household Hazardous Waste Center only. The Center is open Monday thru Saturday, 7:30 am until 5:30 pm. Call (904) 284/269-6374, (904) 533-2111 Ext. 6374, or (352) 473-3711, ext. 6374. Please refer to Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility for directions and hours of operation.
- Medical sharps, like needles and syringes used in home health care, may be contaminated with disease-causing germs and viruses. These wastes must be handled in specially labeled containers. Clay County’s Sharps Disposal Program can help you dispose of these wastes. Call (904) 284/269-6341 Ext. 158.
Following are service standards for residential garbage, trash, and recyclables service:
Advanced Disposal, Inc. provides all your curbside services. If you have any questions concerning pick-up, please call them at 1(866) 779-2529.
- Don’t overload! No single garbage can or bag can weigh more than 40 pounds. Cans must have handles and lids. They must also be free of jagged edges.
- Place waste at the curbside, about 3’ – 5’ from the street.
- Yard trash, such as grass clippings, leaves, twigs, and small limbs, should be containerized. Garbage cans, boxes, or bags may be used. A can, box, or bag cannot weigh more than 40 pounds. Items must not exceed 12″ out of the container. Branches should be no more than 6″ in diameter. Tie branches in bundles that do not exceed 5’ in length or weigh more than 40 pounds.
- Do not stack over water or gas meters.
- Appliances, furniture, etc. are considered Special Waste. Please call Advanced Disposal to make an appointment to have these items picked up.
- Pursuant to Florida Statute 823.07(2), it is unlawful to discard or to permit to be abandoned or discarded on premises under his or her control any icebox, refrigerator, deep-freeze locker, clothes washer, clothes dryer, or similar airtight unit having an interior storage capacity of 1 1/2 cubic feet or more from with the door has not been removed.
- Recycling – refer to Recycling Services – Unincorporated Area. Your recyclables are delivered to the Rosemary Hill SWMF for processing.
- Household hazardous waste – The City will not pick-up certain special/hazardous waste. Items such as automotive parts, tires, chemicals, pesticides, or paint. These items require special handling and must be taken to the Rosemary Hill SWMF for proper disposal. Refer to Household Hazardous Waste Disposal for more information.
Green Cove Springs
The City of Green Cove Springs provides its own residential collection service and a private contractor picks up commercially generated solid waste. If you have questions concerning billing, call (904) 297-7500 option 1 (City Hall). If you have questions concerning service, call (904) 297-7500 option 3 (Public Works).
Please visit the City’s website at: www.greencovesprings.com
The City participates in the County’s solid waste disposal assessment. This allows City residents to dispose of up to 500 pounds of waste to the Rosemary Hill SWMF per calendar week at no charge. See Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF) for more details.
Current service days are:
Garbage and Recyclables: Monday
Yard Trash: First and Third Thursdays
Special Waste/Bulky Items: Last Saturday of each month
Call Advanced Disposal at 1(866) 779-2529 to make arrangements
The Town of Orange Park
The Town of Orange Park provides its own waste collection services. If you have any questions concerning your service, call (904) 264-7411 (Public Works), Monday thru Friday, 7:00 am – 4:00 pm (Currently, the Town of Orange Park doesn’t have a web site).
The following are service standards for residential and commercial garbage, yard trash, and recycling collection services:
- Garbage – Material usually generated in the kitchen and bathroom.
- Trash – Any material that is part of a yard plant or shrub. Includes tree limbs, leaves, grass clippings.
- CED – Any material that is concrete rubble, bricks, lumber, or waste building materials, etc. Any material that is not water-soluble.
- Recyclables – Newspaper, mixed paper, cardboard (flattened), glass food or beverage containers (brown, clear, green), aluminum, steel, or tin food or beverage containers (labels ok), plastic soda (1 – PETE), milk and water jugs (2 – HDPE) (labels ok).
- Scrap metal (less than 40 pounds), automotive oil and batteries – may be delivered to the Recycling Center at 700 Ash Street (off Plainfield Avenue, just south of Wells Road).
- Residential garbage must be placed for collection in standard 20-30 gallon cans and may weigh no more than 40 pounds each.
- No more than 3 cans per pick-up.
- All residential waste must be placed within 3-5 feet of the curb no later than 7:00 am on your scheduled pick-up day.
- The Town discourages the use of red or yellow plastic trash bags for household waste.
- Garbage cans must have handles, tight-fitting lids, be free of sharp or jagged edges, and have bottoms intact. When garbage cans develop holes in bottoms or jagged edges, please replace them.
- Garbage, trash, and recyclables must be kept separate. A “mix” of any of these placed for collection will be left and the owner notified to separate it.
- One red recycling bin is available per household. Additional recyclables may be placed in trash bags and set beside the red bin for curbside pick-up. Yard trash capable of being containerized shall be placed in a standard garbage can, bags, or disposable container. Containerized trash should be placed separately from tree limbs for collection.
- Trash shall not be stacked over water or gas meters or
under low hanging trees or utility wires.
- Place tree limbs and containerized trash separately and in an orderly manner for collection. Stack tree limbs parallel to each other. Limbs shall not exceed 8 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length. Collection of yard trash is limited to 5 cubic yards per week (approximately 1 pick-up load or 20 bags). An additional charge will be assessed for any amount over 5 cubic yards.
- Bulky items, including sofas, chairs, dishwashers, washing machines, hot water heaters, etc. require special handling. Call Public Works for a special pick-up. A fee of $15 per item will be charged. Pursuant to Florida Statute 823.07(2), it is unlawful for any person knowingly to abandon or discard or to permit to be abandoned or discarded on premises under his or her control any icebox, refrigerator, deep-freeze locker, clothes washer, clothes dryer, or similar airtight unit having an interior storage capacity of 1 1/2 cubic feet or more from which the door has not been removed.
- Dumpsters for construction rubbish are available for short-term use only. Call Public Works for availability and cost. Fully loaded construction dumpsters shall not exceed 8,000 pounds.
- Call Public Works for pick-up of construction, building or waste material. A special pick-up charge will be assessed. The amount will be determined at time of pick-up.
- Dumpsters for commercial use shall be enclosed and visually screened in an effective manner (OP 2.05.17.00).
- The Town will not pick-up certain special/hazardous waste. Items such as automotive parts, tires, chemicals, pesticides, or paint. These items require special handling and must be taken to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility for proper disposal. Refer to Household Hazardous Waste Disposal for more information.
For information concerning collection days and items collected at the curbside, please call the Penney Farms Streets Department at (904) 529-9078 (Currently the Town of Penney Farms doesn’t have a web site).
Material not picked up by the Town may be brought to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF). A charge will be assessed for waste disposed at the site. See Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF) and Hazardous Waste Disposal for more information.
Directions to Rosemary Hill SWMF: State Road 16 east (approximately ½ mile past Fair Grounds) to County Road 315, turn left, go to the first road on the left (Rosemary Hill Road), go about ½ mile to site on the right.
Hours of Operation: Monday thru Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Unverified Rental Service Providers
Renting a dumpster in Orange Park, FL
How to keep the weight of your roll-off dumpster load at a minimum
Debris like dirt, concrete, and household junk can pack on the pounds in your dumpster very quickly. Dumpster companies generally include a certain amount of weight in each rental and then charge more if the dumpster is overweight. To avoid going over your weight allowance, here are two tips to minimize the total weight of your trash:
- Place a tarp over the dumpster when not in use, especially when it’s raining or snowing. Moisture can dampen debris and make it much heavier. You are responsible for this weight and could end up paying for it in the form of overage fees if you’re not careful.
- Reusable junk or debris, such as salvaged brick or still-working appliances, can be donated to local charities (e.g., Habitat for Humanity ReStores) or unloaded for free on Craigslist. This helps reduce the amount of weight in your dumpster.
Make sure you know the weight allowance for the particular dumpster you rented. Don’t overload the container or you will be susceptible to overage charges.
Is a necessary to obtain a dumpster permit from the city?
Typically, you need to obtain a dumpster permit in the event the container will be placed on the side of a city street or on the sidewalk.
When you have the dumpster placed on your private property, such as your driveway, usually no permit is necessary. To be sure you satisfy all of your city’s permitting requirements, discuss it with your dumpster service prior to delivery.
Areas of Service
Dumpster and Portable Toilet Rental Area
Atlantic Beach, Bryceville, Doctors Inlet, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Middleburg, Orange Park, Penney Farms, Ponte Vedra, Saint Johns, Starke
Zip Codes Service Area
32003, 32006, 32009, 32030, 32043, 32050, 32065, 32067, 32068, 32073, 32079, 32081, 32091, 32092, 32099, 32201, 32202, 32203, 32204, 32205, 32206, 32207, 32208, 32209, 32210, 32211, 32212, 32214, 32216, 32217, 32219, 32220, 32221, 32222, 32223, 32224, 32225, 32229, 32231, 32232
Counties Service Area