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- Remember that all hazardous materials must be disposed of separately.
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
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40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
From Spanish “Laurel Grove” to Today’s Orange Park
Orange Park is a town in Clay County on the northeast portion of the state of Florida and was originally founded on the fruit industry. Much of this industry was lost in a freeze that took place in 1894 that is often referred to as the Great Freeze. Orange Park has a long history that began in the late Eighteenth Century Spanish period when the area was given to the Pengree family through a land grant by the Spanish governor. The areas were named Laurel Grove, which, following the death of William Pengree, diminished in economic stature. Later, in the Nineteenth Century, the name of Orange Park was conceived by the Florida Winter Home and Improvement Company and, two years later, a hotel was built on Kingsley Avenue with over one thousand foot long wooden pier that could receive steamboats. Today, Orange Park offers a number of activities, including a dog racing track. The Black Creek Park and Bike Trail also offers a refuge for hikers, bikes, and people who just want a great place to walk their dog.
Orange Park Solid Waste
The Town of Orange Park collects garbage, yard waste, and bulk items from the curb. Residents should note the following guidelines for disposing of waste, especially when engaged in clean-ups or projects that generate extra refuse:
Schedule of pickup:
- Regular garbage is collected on Mondays and Thursdays.
- Yard waste and recycling is collected on Wednesdays.
- Bulk items require special arrangements for pick-up (residents may call 904-695-0500 to schedule a pickup).
Weight and size limits:
- Regular garbage should be limited to containers of fifty pounds or less and can include one cubic yard of construction debris per week.
- Yard waste must be limited to five cubic yards and cut into pieces that are five feet long or less and weigh less than fifty pounds. Yard waste should be placed out separate from garbage and grass clippings are and leaves should be separate from other yard waste.
- Recycling need not be separated and can include steel and aluminum cans, foil, plastics, clear, brown and green glass, paper (newspapers, magazines, phone books, junk mail, office, Kraft paper bags, and other paper products), cardboard that is cut down to two feet by two feet and flattened, and fiberboard.
Clay County Environmental Convenience Centers (ECC’s)
Clay County also offers four Environmental Convince Centers. The Centers afford a location for (non-commercial) residents of Clay County to drop off additional curbside waste and special waste, such as e-waste, motor oil, cooking oil, automobile tires, and batteries. As follows are the four County Environmental Convenience Centers.
- The Clay Hill Center is located at 5869 County Road 218, Middleburg (note: yard waste is not collected at this center).
- The Doctors Inlet Center is located at 288 Sleepy Hollow Road, Middleburg.
- The Keystone Heights Center is located at 5505 County Road 214, Keystone Heights.
- The Long Bay Center is located at 1589 Long Bay Road, Middleburg (note: yard waste is not accepted at this location).
Types of Waste to Avoid in a Roll-Off Dumpster Container
One thing to remember is that roll-off bin dumpsters cannot take hazardous waste, which must be disposed of separately through the city or county. These items and their required disposal can vary by location, but often include things that can harm the environment or public health including:
- “White goods,” such as refrigerators, freezers, ranges, water heaters, washers, and dryers.
- Electronics, such as computers, televisions, and stereos.
- Refrigerator parts and automotive parts.
- Used oil and filters and oil containers.
- Batteries for cars and batteries that contain cadmium.
- Lead items.
- Things that contain mercury, such as fluorescent light tubes, ballast, thermostats, and smoke detectors.
- Propane tanks.
- Whole tires.
- Liquid, sludge, and street sweepings.
- Propane tanks.
- Oil-based paints are often restricted.