Pasco County residents who still need to dispose of flood-related debris following Hurricane Hermine have until Friday, September 23 to schedule a pick-up. Crews will be picking up debris from Hurricane Hermine debris in Pasco County every day through Monday, September 26.
Waste haulers have made several passes through affected areas to collect debris and Pasco County Emergency Management staff wants to make sure residents have one more weekend to get debris out to the curb.
Anyone who still has storm-related debris to dispose of should:
- Call 847.2411 or email [email protected] by Friday, Sept. 23 at 5 p.m. to schedule debris removal.
- Place all debris at the curb, in separate piles of: furniture, construction materials, white goods (metal), and vegetation.
- Learn how to separate debris by watching this video: http://bit.ly/2chjg6P.
Residents can also take flood-damaged debris to the West Pasco Landfill at 14606 Hays Road in Spring Hill during normal business hours, Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fees will be waived through Saturday, October 15 for dumping storm-related items.
Citizens who have questions or need help can call Pasco County Customer Service at 727.847.2411 or send an e-mail to: [email protected].