Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., a regional integrated environmental services company, announced all Nassau County residential subscription customers can sign up for free recycling service effective immediately.? All residents who sign up to participate in the recycling program will receive a specially-designed “Make Your Mother Proud” 65-gallon recycling cart at no extra cost.?
The first 10 Nassau County residents who post a photo of their “Make Your Mother Proud” recycling cart on Advanced Disposal’s Facebook page will each win a $10 gift card to Target.? Log on to Facebook and “Like” Advanced Disposal’s page www.facebook.com/AdvancedDisposal in order to post a photo.?
Advanced Disposal will pick up 25 different recyclable items once per week, and service is single-stream recycling, so there is no sorting required by the residents. All items can be placed in the 65-gallon recycling cart. A one-time cart delivery fee of $15 will be charged for delivery of the cart to the resident’s home. There is no fee if the resident picks up the cart from Advanced Disposal’s office located at 450496 State Road 200 in Callahan.
“We encourage all of our customers to take advantage of the expanded program and make it their New Year’s resolution to recycle more,” said Advanced Disposal Chief Marketing Officer Mary O’Brien. “This comes at no additional cost to the county or its residents and will help all of us make our community cleaner and greener for years to come.”?
- Plastic food, beverage, detergent?bottles and jugs labeled #1 – #7 (numbers can be found on the bottom of the container)
- Corrugated cardboard (flattened out?and cut in pieces 2' by 2' or smaller)
- Newspapers and inserts (on rainy days, please hold until next collection)
- Telephone books
- Brown paper bags
- Office and copy paper
- Glass bottles and jars (green, brown and clear)
- Metal and aluminum cans (remove lids)
- File folders
- Cereal boxes
- File or packing boxes
- Junk mail
- Shredded paper in paper bag
- Brown or gray fiber packages (soda?cartons, dry food packages, etc.)
The new recycling program is effective immediately. Items not able to be recycled are waxed juice or milk cartons (these are poly-coated and cannot be recycled), egg cartons or Styrofoam trays, mirrors or window glass, pool or other chemical containers, plastic bags, aerosol cans, wet newspaper or pizza boxes.? Please make sure to remove all lids; clean and rinse all cans, bottles and plastics; and make sure all items are placed in the cart, so they may be properly recycled. Call Advanced Disposal at (904) 879-2301 or email dgwest@AdvancedDisposal.com for more information or to sign up.?
All Nassau County residents who sign up to participate in Advanced Disposal’s recycling program will receive a specially-designed “Make Your Mother Proud” 65-gallon recycling cart like the one pictured at no extra cost.? Residents must be a current Advanced Disposal residential subscription customer to participate.
The first 10 Nassau County residents who post a photo of their “Make Your Mother Proud” recycling cart on Advanced Disposal’s Facebook page will each win a $10 gift card to Target. Log on to Facebook and “Like” Advanced Disposal’s page www.facebook.com/AdvancedDisposal in order to post a photo.?
About Advanced Disposal Services, Inc.?
Advanced Disposal is the fourth largest privately-owned environmental services company in the United States providing integrated, non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, recycling and disposal services in the Southeastern United States. Advanced Disposal currently owns and operates commercial, industrial, and residential solid waste collection operations, municipal solid waste landfills, transfer stations, and recycling facilities.? Advanced Disposal is dedicated to preserving the environment and?ensuring that all operations are conducted in a manner that follows all local, state, and federal laws in regards to environmental protection.? Advanced Disposal is headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla. and has operations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina.
For more information regarding Advanced Disposal, please visit www.weiyunquan.tw
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