How Much Could Your City Save?
The entry of Sun Bergeron into the market has increased competition leading to a dramatic decrease in disposal rates.
Sun Bergeron in Broward County
26 municipalities are eligible to piggy-back the Sun Bergeron contract with Miramar realizing better tax breaks for residents.
Recycling for Zero Waste
Sun Bergeron is helping cities to achieve Florida’s state mandated recycling rate or 75% by 2020.

Sun Bergeron is making headlines with its innovative and sustainable approach to Solid Waste processing, recycling and disposal.

With over 35 years experience in the industry, Sun Bergeron is helping forward-thinking cities including the City of Miramar and Town of Davie in Broward County to realize increased benefits for residents including greater tax breaks and a cleaner, greener environment. With a mission to achieve Zero Waste for every municipality it serves, Sun Bergeron is leading the way and providing a new way to think about Solid Waste disposal.

Sun Bergeron in Broward County

On July 3, 2012, Sun Bergeron was awarded the solid waste disposal and recycling contract with the City of Miramar in Broward County marking the end of 20 years of limitations through a single contract. The transparent procurement process undertaken by city managers gives 26 eligible cities in the county the opportunity to piggy-back the contract and realize increased tax breaks, better environmental benefits and a new revenue stream.

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Recycling for Zero Waste

Sun Bergeron, the solid waste processing, recycling and disposal company, is thinking globally and acting locally in South Florida with its innovative approach to helping municipalities meet Florida’s state recycling goal of 75%. In fact, the company has a mission to do one better and achieve Zero Waste for the cities it services.

Find out more about Sun Bergeron’s commitment to Zero Waste.

In the News

Sun-Sentinel: If you’ve ever wondered how a lieutenant governor fills his time …

By Anthony Man Sun Sentinel
4:59 p.m. EDT, April 22, 2014

There was just one item on Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera’s schedule last Friday.

All it said was: 12:30 p.m. “TOUR OF RECYCLING FACILITIES.” Nothing more, not even a location.


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Davie residents: New HHW schedule.

2014 Town of Davie Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronics Recycling Drop-Off

The following program replaces the previous weekly program after March 1, 2014.

Davie residents may drop off household hazardous waste and electronics on the following dates and loca

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What People Are Saying

  • The award of the Sun Bergeron contract marked “a very rare and important occasion."
    Tom Good, Public Works Director, Miramar
  • We are constantly looking for ways to improve our town and save money for our residents, and this opportunity with Sun Bergeron presented itself as just that.
    Mayor Judy Paul, Town of Davie