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#AskJAXTDY | Where can recyclables be dropped off?

Published on November 3, 2022 at 12:59 pm

Q: Jacksonville Today reader Marla P. has a problem when it comes to her household recyclable items: Her condo building in Jacksonville Beach only recycles paper. “I would be happy to bring my cardboard, plastics and glass to a recycling center, but I do not see any online that don’t charge for their service,” she says. “Is there no city facility where I can bring recycling?”

A: There are no municipal recycling drop-off sites at the Beaches, but the city of Jacksonville says household recyclables in Duval County can be taken to Republic Services’ North Florida Recycling Center at 7000 Imeson Road. A bin at the facility’s gate is free for residents to use from sunrise to sunset daily.

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As for other counties, here are some of the drop-off sites available. Click on the county name for hours of availability, items taken, and more:


  • West Nassau Convenience Recycle Center, 46026 Landfill Road, Callahan
  • 7282 Motes Road, Bryceville
  • 86142 Goodbread Drive, Yulee


The county announced today that curbside recycling would resume Dec. 5th after being suspended in 2021 due to a driver shortage. Here are temporary drop-off sites in the county:

  • Fleming Island Library, 1895 Town Center Blvd., Fleming Island
  • Oakleaf Community Park, 3979 Plantation Oaks Blvd., Orange Park
  • Ronnie Van Zant Park, 2760 Sandridge Road, Green Cove Springs
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  • Sunrise Park, 7933 Sunrise Blvd., Keystone Heights
  • Walter Odum Park, 450 Parkwood Drive, Orange Park
  • Former Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire Station, 6343 Seminole St.
  • Omega Park, 4317 County Road 218, Middleburg

The county’s long-term drop-off sites are: 

  • Clay Hill Environmental Convenience Center, 5869 County Road 218, Middleburg
  • Doctor’s Inlet Environmental Convenience Center, 288 Sleepy Hollow Road, Middleburg
  • Keystone Heights Environmental Convenience Center, 5505 County Road 214, Keystone Heights
  • Long Bay Environmental Convenience Center, 1589 Long Bay Rd, Middleburg
  • Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility, 3545 Rosemary Hill Road, Green Cove Springs


  • Huntington Solid Waste/Recycle Center, 1551 County Road 308, four miles west of Crescent City 
  • Interlachen Solid Waste/Recycle Center, 111 Hickory Lane, one mile west of Interlachen


Drop-off sites aren’t available for most household items. Cardboard can be taken to these locations: 

  • Tillman Ridge Transfer Station, 3005 Allen Nease Road, Elkton 
  • Stratton Road Transfer Station, 250 North Stratton Road, St. Augustine

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Ric Anderson got his first job in a newsroom as a teenager in the 1980s, and he's been in the news business virtually ever since as a news and sports reporter, news editor and opinion editor. A native Kansan, he came to Jacksonville Today after 11 years as an editor at the Las Vegas Sun.

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