Hernando County Landfill Storm Debris Removal Info

Hernando County Emergency Management has coordinated with the Solid Waste Department to begin collecting debris caused from Hurricane Irma.

Debris removal pick-ups will start on Monday, September 18, 2017.

There will be two sweeps performed throughout the County which could take a few weeks to complete. Residents must separate vegetative debris (tree limbs, brush, etc.) from other construction/demolition debris and place in front of their property along the roadway.

Do not place debris in the roadway, in front of mail boxes or fire hydrants.

If you choose to dispose of your storm debris before Monday, please DO NOT take it to the convenience centers.

Convenience Centers cannot accommodate the weight and size of large storm debris and it will not be accepted.

You may dispose of it at the Northwest Solid Waste Facility (Main Landfill) located at 14450 Landfill Road in Brooksville. You may call (352) 754-4112 for more information. This location is open Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Hernando County Government’s Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor and inform our community about storm impacts. Visit the following web and social media sites for more information.

  • Help us track damage from Hurricane Irma by using #HernandoRecovers

13 thoughts on “Hernando County Landfill Storm Debris Removal Info”

  1. Just spoke to a person at the 754 4112 # and they said my tree waste should be picked up within the next couple weeks, that they were working east to west in hernando county. And i live near Deltona and 50 if thats any help

    1. The County is working as quickly as they can. You could call the Solid Waste department for a possible answer.

  2. don’t need answer to black trash bags with yard waste debris from irma. Republic just picked it up with regular trash
    you could see the leaves, etc in bags. THAT’S REPUBLIC FOR YOU

  3. trash can with debris was picked up but our block is lined with black plastic bags of debris – who picks this up – the
    county or republic

    1. It will take a while for the trash pickup services to get back to usual. You can call the County Solid Waste department for more specific information, but I encourage you to have patience while everything is taken care of. Yard debris and trash bags are unlikely to be picked up by the same vehicle for logistical reasons. Hang in there.

  4. Republic trash trucks bypass large trees placed curbside for pickup. Republic would be the best source for the volume of trees cause by hurricane IRMA. What is the time frame for pickup of debris in Woodland Waters?

  5. Do we need to register for debris pick up in Hernando County? It appears you need to if you live in Pasco and Citrus….but I do not see a link for Hernando…Thank you!

  6. Marie, I do believe you can put the broken fence out, just have it separate from vegetative debris (tree limbs). Feel free to contact Hernando County Solid Waste for a definitive answer.

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