The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County is the governmental agency responsible for providing an economical and environmentally conscious integrated solid waste management system for Palm Beach County, Florida. With nearly 400 employees and an annual budget of $270 million, the SWA has built an award-winning system of facilities including a waste to energy plant, six transfer stations, an active landfill, a recovered materials processing facility, and a biosolids pelletization facility. The SWA is currently completed the design-build-operate mass burn waste to energy facility capable of processing 3,000 tpd in 2015. The SWA provides excellent benefits including retirement and is a Dependent Special District governed by the seven elected County Commissioners of Palm Beach County. EOE/DFWP.