Yard Waste

Materials Garden Plants & Weeds, Grass Clippings, Hedge & Shrub Trimmings, Houseplants & Flower Arrangements, Leaves, Organic Garden Materials, Straw & Corn Stalks, Tree Branches Instructions Yard Waste Yard Waste is accepted at the SandHill Recycle. A fee may apply. Some waste haulers have a scheduled collections or a special collection, contact your waste hauler…

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Yard Waste – Dirt, Rocks, Sod, Stumps, Large Branches

Materials Rocks, Dirt & Sod, Soil, Tree Trunks, Stumps & Large Branches Instructions Special Items Sod, dirt, rocks, large stumps, trunks and branches are not accepted as yard waste. These may be disposed of for a fee through your local waste hauler, or the Sandhill Recycle Center. Call for more information. Depots Sandhill Recycle Center Advanced Disposal –…

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Clothing

Materials Boots, Shoes, Sandals & Slippers, Hats & Clothing, Linens & Curtains Instructions Special items It used to be that the only use for old clothing was reuse, so charities wanted only clothing in good condition. Today, however, items in poor condition are broken down and recycled into new products. So please DON’T put clothing,…

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Amazon Boxes

Materials Amazon Boxes Instructions Recycling Amazon boxes are recyclable. Please flatten and tie them together in manageable bundles. Packing materials like clear plastic shipping pillows and Styrofoam peanuts go in the garbage or may be accepted for reuse at a local UPS or Fed Ex shipping location, call ahead. Amazon boxes can be reused, too. If you’ve…

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Paper Gift Wrap

Materials Gift Cards, Bags & Wrap Instructions Recycling Gift cards, bags and wrap are only accepted for recycling if they are 100% paper. Ribbons, rope handles, foil-type paper and cards with glitter are all detrimental to the recycling process, so please put these in the garbage. Best advice is if you’re not sure if it…

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Boxboard

Materials Cardboard Cartons, Cardboard Tubes & Trays, Cereal Boxes Instructions Recycling Cartons must be empty, clean and dry. Dispose of any contaminated wet cardboard and plastic or wax paper inserts in the garbage. Boxboard packaging of the type used for cereal, shoes, laundry detergent, and paper towel cores is accepted for recycling if clean and…

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Corrugated Cardboard

Materials Corrugated Cardboard Boxes, Shoe Boxes Instructions Recycling Corrugated cardboard may be accepted by your recycling hauler if it fits within the recycling bin. Boxes should be flattened and cut into pieces no larger than 2′ by 3′. Corrugated cardboard is not accepted at all Nassau County Recycle Centers. Do not place these items in the…

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Pizza Boxes

Materials Pizza Boxes Instructions Recycling Contaminated pizza boxes should be disposed of with the garbage. Only completely clean and dry pizza boxes are accepted in your recycling program or at a recycling center near you. Depots Advanced Disposal Nassau County Recycle Centers Meridian Waste Fernandina Beach Recycling

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Mixed Paper

Materials Mail & Flyers, Paper Items, Paper Packaging Instructions Recycling Paper/junk mail is accepted at Nassau County Recycling Centers and by most recycle haulers. Staples do not need to be removed.  Do not include Gift cards with sparkles, No metallic or foil wrapping paper, Paper laminates such as snack food bags, Non-paper attachments such as…

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Metal Beverage Cans

Materials Metal Beverage Cans Instructions Recycling Aluminum and Steel food and beverage cans and containers are accepted at Nassau County Recycling Centers and by most recycling haulers. Contact your hauler to confirm. Items for recycling should be empty, clean, and dry. Food or liquid waste left in the container may contaminate the entire recycle bin.…

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