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Curbside recycling pickup is ending in Clay County later this year. | Randy Roguski, WJCT News 89.9
February 19, 2024

Curbside recycling is ending in parts of Clay County

Curbside recycling will end Oct. 1 when Clay County switches to a new waste hauler. But waste collection fees will…

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Curbside recycling pickup is ending in Clay County later this year. | Randy Roguski, WJCT News 89.9
December 29, 2023

Recycling just got stricter in Clay County

Clay County will no longer recycle glass, paper or packaging — an attempt to control costs and avoid a fee…

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The price for garbage collection is rising in Clay County. | News4Jax
August 23, 2023

Clay County residents will pay more for garbage pickup

The increase comes to about $1.75 a week, or $91 per year. Some residents say they can’t afford it during…

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July 20, 2023

#AskJAXTDY: Can I recycle my pizza boxes? 

This Q&A tackles what can and can’t be recycled in Jacksonville, including those pesky pizza boxes with grease spots.…

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Duval residents can drop off recyclables at 7000 Imeson Road | Google Maps
November 3, 2022

#AskJAXTDY | Where can recyclables be dropped off?

Q: Jacksonville Today reader Marla P. has a problem when it comes to her household recyclable items: Her condo building…

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June 26, 2022

OPINION | ‘Discipline and punish’: the Duval way

To the best of my knowledge, French philosopher Michel Foucault never made it to Duval County. And he likely never…

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May 3, 2022

PHOTO ESSAY | Hauling It

A driver shortage in Jacksonville triggered missed garbage pickups by the thousands. Through it all, the men and women who…

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City recycling sites have been overfilled, or filled with non-recyclable items.
October 18, 2021

OPINION | At least the politicians are still recyclable

Problems are plaguing the city of Jacksonville’s recycling drop sites, and Mayor Lenny Curry’s Chief Administrative Officer Brian Hughes got…