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        Table 1A: County Municipal Solid Waste Collection                                                                Per Capita
                                        By Descending Population Rank
                                                  (July 1, 1993-December 31, 1998)




                                                                        MSW Collection Per Capita
   County       Population             1993 3                1994 3                 1995 4                 1996 5                1997 6          1998 7
                               Tons/ YearPounds/ DayTons/ YearPounds/ DayTons/ YearPounds/ DayTons/ YearPounds/ DayTons/ YearPounds/ DayTons/ Year Pounds/ Day
  1. Dade            2,090,314      1.79         9.80     1.89       10.34      1.72           9.40     1.70        9.32      1.75       9.57 1.64        8.97
  2. Broward         1,460,890      1.60         8.75     1.85       10.13      1.55           8.48     1.65        9.06      1.53       8.41 1.48        8.10
  3. Palm Beach      1,020,521      1.84       10.06      1.98       10.84      1.99         10.88      2.01       11.01      1.96      10.76 1.53        8.36
  4. Hillsborough      942,322      1.43         7.85     1.51        8.29      1.56           8.55     1.63        8.95      1.66       9.10 2.23       12.20
  5. Pinellas          892,178      1.89       10.37      2.42       13.26      2.00         10.94      1.95       10.69      1.71       9.36 1.58        8.66
  6. Orange            824,095      1.92       10.51      2.00       10.94      2.17         11.88      2.27       12.43      2.17      11.91 2.29       12.57
  7. Duval             753,823      2.14       11.73      2.07       11.32      1.95         10.68      1.82        9.97      1.86      10.20 1.70        9.29
  8. Polk              465,858      1.60         8.78     2.02       11.07      1.53           8.37     1.52        8.34      1.62       8.85 1.43        7.82
  9. Brevard           465,825      1.33         7.28     1.37        7.52      1.47           8.06     1.64        8.99      1.83      10.04 2.31       12.66
10. Volusia            420,431      1.89       10.37      1.55        8.48      1.61           8.82     1.55        8.49      1.53       8.38 1.79        9.79
11. Lee                405,637      1.46         7.99     1.66        9.12      1.51           8.26     1.46        8.01      1.45       7.92 1.67        9.16
12. Seminole           345,166      1.30         7.12     1.47        8.06      1.19           6.50     1.22        6.70      1.38       7.57 1.48        8.13
13. Pasco              321,074      1.18         6.44     1.20        6.59      1.20           6.60     1.21        6.60      1.25       6.87 1.69        9.28
14. Sarasota           316,023      1.79         9.81     1.59        8.71      1.84         10.08      2.65       14.53      1.68       9.18 1.77        9.70
15. Escambia           296,164      1.64         9.00     1.63        8.91      1.62           8.88     1.64        9.01      1.63       8.95 1.68        9.19
16. Manatee            247,028      2.38       13.03      2.37       12.99      2.23         12.20      2.13       11.68      1.89      10.35 1.93       10.59
17. Marion             242,357      1.21         6.62     1.20        6.58      1.22           6.69     1.20        6.60      1.15       6.31 1.31        7.18
18. Leon               233,232      1.85       10.15      1.93       10.56      1.74           9.51     1.76        9.63      1.71       9.38 1.46        8.01
19. Alachua            211,403      1.20         6.58     1.30        7.11      1.33           7.27     1.27        6.98      1.19       6.54 1.11        6.11
20. Collier            210,095      2.20       12.06      1.91       10.49      1.63           8.91     1.70        9.33      1.72       9.43 2.22       12.18
21. Lake               196,073      1.25         6.84     1.21        6.64      1.06           5.81     1.13        6.21      1.17       6.41 1.62        8.89
22. Saint Lucie        183,222      1.96       10.72      1.82        9.97      1.55           8.49     1.70        9.31      1.46       8.02 1.14        6.25
23. Okaloosa           175,568      1.25         6.83     1.24        6.78      1.44           7.87     1.32        7.23      1.14       6.26 1.74        9.52
24. Bay                147,496      1.31         7.18     1.78        9.78      1.82           9.98     1.57        8.58      2.07      11.35 1.38        7.54
25. Osceola            148,712      1.21         6.62     1.62        8.88      0.99           5.42     0.83        4.54      1.69       9.26 1.79        9.80
26. Charlotte          133,655      1.41         7.70     1.26        6.88      1.36           7.43     1.27        6.98      1.37       7.49 0.95        5.18
27. Clay               134,534      0.98         5.36     1.02        5.60      0.90           4.92     0.88        4.80      0.91       4.96 0.88        4.81
28. Hernando           125,008      0.91         5.00     1.01        5.55      0.94           5.16     0.86        4.73      0.96       5.27 1.28        6.99
29. Martin             119,370      1.88       10.31      1.89       10.34      1.72           9.42     1.67        9.15      1.83      10.02 1.63        8.94
30. Citrus             112,424      1.74         9.54     1.66        9.11      1.85         10.16      1.31        7.19      0.97       5.33 2.01       11.04
31. Saint Johns        109,894      1.33         7.31     1.40        7.67      1.54           8.41     1.49        8.19      1.33       7.28 2.27       12.46
32. Indian River       106,690      1.43         7.84     1.44        7.89      1.84         10.09      1.96       10.75      2.06      11.29 1.84       10.07
33. Santa Rosa         107,814      0.79         4.35     0.89        4.87      0.76           4.16     0.97        5.30      1.10       6.05 1.74        9.52
34. Monroe              85,646      2.08       11.42      2.29       12.57      2.03         11.13      1.64        9.01      1.79       9.81 1.75        9.60
35. Highlands           80,458      1.30         7.10     1.43        7.84      1.23           6.75     1.37        7.53      1.20       6.55 1.11        6.08
36. Putnam              71,454      1.11         6.09     1.11        6.10      1.15           6.31     1.29        7.08      1.27       6.95 1.17        6.42
37. Columbia            55,368      1.04         5.72     1.11        6.08      1.12           6.13     1.18        6.49      1.25       6.83 1.28        7.01
38. Nassau              54,538      0.94         5.15     0.92        5.03      1.18           6.45     1.30        7.10      0.99       5.42 1.05        5.76
39. Gadsden             50,820      0.71         3.88     0.94        5.14      0.74           4.06     0.71        3.90      0.70       3.83 0.63        3.46
40. Jackson             49,670      0.71         3.90     0.67        3.65      0.63           3.44     0.72        3.97      0.83       4.53 0.68        3.74
41. Sumter              47,907      0.88         4.84     0.90        4.95      1.66           9.10     1.46        7.98      1.42       7.77 1.67        9.15
42. Flagler             43,441      0.93         5.11     0.89        4.89      1.13           6.17     1.07        5.85      0.82       4.52 0.95        5.20
43. Walton              38,304      1.03         5.66     0.78        4.27      0.72           3.96     1.51        8.25      1.98      10.83 3.04       16.63
44. Okeechobee          35,059      0.80         4.39     1.39        7.63      1.35           7.38     0.72        3.97      0.77       4.24 2.51       13.73
45. Suwannee            33,746      1.13         6.21     1.13        6.17      1.20           6.56     1.24        6.77      1.04       5.72 1.36        7.48
46. Levy                32,416      0.56         3.08     0.51        2.79      0.70           3.85     0.78        4.30      0.76       4.18 0.75        4.11
47. Hendry              30,364      1.02         5.60     1.13        6.21      1.20           6.60     1.27        6.96      0.96       5.26 1.21        6.61
48. De Soto             27,927      0.81         4.46     0.81        4.46      0.64           3.51     0.65        3.57      0.78       4.27 0.67        3.66
49. Bradford            25,355      0.73         4.01     0.77        4.21      0.82           4.48     0.84        4.60      0.79       4.31 0.77        4.22
50. Hardee              22,801      1.08         5.90     0.93        5.08      0.75           4.13     0.84        4.61      0.85       4.64 0.76        4.18
51. Baker               21,131      0.89         4.88     0.83        4.56      1.00           5.49     0.87        4.75      0.89       4.88 0.78        4.29
52. Washington          21,319      0.38         2.08     0.46        2.52      0.60           3.27     0.57        3.10      0.64       3.52 0.57        3.13
53. Taylor              19,527      0.95         5.21     0.77        4.24      1.09           5.95     0.83        4.56      0.82       4.49 0.83        4.56
54. Madison             19,277      1.42         7.79     0.93        5.11      0.81           4.45     0.97        5.33      0.55       3.02 0.51        2.81
55. Wakulla             19,828      0.50         2.73     0.86        4.71      0.76           4.18     0.48        2.63      0.34       1.88 0.40        2.21
56. Holmes              17,949      0.91         4.98     0.49        2.69      0.48           2.65     0.60        3.31      0.48       2.66 0.53        2.90
57. Gulf                14,260      0.72         3.97     1.13        6.19      1.54           8.43     0.69        3.80      0.70       3.82 0.73        3.98
58. Jefferson           14,207      1.62         8.89     0.73        4.00      0.70           3.83     1.74        9.51      1.33       7.31 1.28        7.01
59. Hamilton            14,120      1.05         5.77     0.66        3.62      0.58           3.16     0.88        4.84      0.87       4.76 0.76        4.15
60. Union               13,459      0.60         3.29     1.00        5.47      1.01           5.53     0.72        3.95      0.76       4.17 0.65        3.55
61. Dixie               13,196      0.71         3.87     0.69        3.78      0.69           3.79     0.63        3.45      0.46       2.52 0.46        2.54
62. Calhoun             13,572      0.53         2.91     0.54        2.95      0.65           3.55     0.64        3.53      0.63       3.43 0.46        2.52
63. Gilchrist           13,140      0.35         1.90     0.37        2.04      0.42           2.30     0.52        2.86      0.54       2.94 0.55        2.99
64. Franklin            10,739      0.85         4.64     0.90        4.96      1.88         10.33      1.15        6.32      1.27       6.97 1.18        6.46
65. Glades               9,875      0.91         4.98     0.84        4.60      0.82           4.48     0.75        4.12      0.72       3.94 0.77        4.21
66. Liberty              7,708      0.33         1.83     0.56        3.09      0.49           2.68     0.49        2.71      0.59       3.24 0.51        2.77
67. Lafayette            6,998      0.31         1.71     0.30        1.63      0.29           1.61     0.30        1.66      0.30       1.66 0.34        1.86
        State       15,000,475      1.63         8.93     1.73        9.49      1.63           8.91     1.65        9.03      1.62       8.86 1.66        9.08
1
  Collection means Municipal Solid Waste landfilled, combusted and recycled.
2
  Official 1998 estimates from the Governor's office.
3
  From the FDEP Solid Waste Management Annual Reports 1993, 1994, and 1995 using State Fiscal Year data.
4
  From the 1996-97 Recycling and Education grant applications, using the 1995 official pop. estimates and 1995 Calendar Year data.
5
  From the 1997-98 Recycling and Education grant applications, using the 1996 official pop. estimates and 1996 Calendar Year data.
6
  From the 1998-99 Recycling and Education grant applications, using the 1997 official pop. estimates and 1997 Calendar Year data.
7
  From the 1999-00 Recycling and Education grant applications, using the 1998 official pop. estimates and 1997 Calendar Year data.




                                                                                                                                                           FDEP 7/11/2011

								
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