"It is declared to be the public policy of this state to conserve the waters of the state and to protect, maintain, and improve the quality thereof for public water supplies, for the propagation of wildlife and fish and other aquatic life, and for domestic, agricultural, industrial, recreational, and other beneficial uses and to provide that no waste be discharged into any waters of the state without first being given the degree of treatment necessary to protect the beneficial uses of such water." --Florida Statute 403.021(2)


Now providing Bilge and Tank Cleaning/Coating!!!

 As South Florida’s leading Marine Waste mobile pump-out service, Marine Waste Management provides a wealth of experience and knowledge to solve your marine waste issues and needs. Removing black, gray and oily water from any size vessel or holding tank is not only a necessary task in the marine industry, but also an ecologically important one when it comes to our beautiful and fragile environment. This is why we are committed to serving the following counties: Miami-Dade County, Broward County-Ft. Lauderdle, West Palm Beach, and now expanding to Martin County, Port St. Lucie, Indian River, and Brevard County.

It’s our environment! Help us care for it by using our superior state of the art equipment, service and expertise to affordably dispose of your marine waste. By disposing of boat sewage with us or fixed pump out stations, you will be helping improve water quality for eveyone.

Whether you are a regular customer or a one-time call, our professionally trained staff are always committed to providing you with safe and reliable service by truck or boat. We are fully licensed and insured for your protection. We also supply rentals of portable holding tanks and restrooms for on site needs.
No job is too big or too small!


 There is nothing more annoying than waisting time and money getting to a specific pump out station to find that it's not working. We come to you. On time, every time!

 Please call us to discuss your marine waste needs. Let us show you how we can save you time and money
while keeping our environment clean and safe.

Ask us about our Portable Holding Tanks and Restrooms!!

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 Vessel Discharge

 The discharge of untreated "sewage" from boats into waters of the State is prohibited by both State law (Florida Litter Law - 403.413, F.S.) and Federal law (Clean Water Act). Note, gray water is not considered "sewage" in the law. Therefore, the discharge of gray water from boats into the sea around Florida is currently not prohibited. The law defines gray water from boats as "galley (kitchen), bath, and shower water."

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