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Unique Item Recycling
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Local Resources
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There are several organizations that can Recycle or Reuse some of your more unique items.
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Nature Recycling & Compost
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CompostJaxFood, Yard, Tree WasteCommercial Composting facility
https://sunshineorganicsandcompost.com/
Phone: 904-254-1968. Address: 6478 Buffalo Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32208.
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Apple Rabbit CompostFood Scraps and other Compostables Food scrap Pick-Up services for Urban Core Neighborhoods of Jacksonville, Drop-Off service at the Riverside Arts Market. Composting services and Zero-Waste Stations available for events. applerabbit.org
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Dog Day GardensFood Scraps and other Compostables Food scrap Pick-Up services in St. Augustine. Drop-Off services at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Farmer's Market.dogdaygardens.com
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First Coast Mulch Yard Waste Yard-Waste Recycling Facility11864 Camden Road Jacksonville, FL 32218
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Bouquets of KindnessCut FlowersAccepts donations of floral arrangements from events, weddings, funerals, florists and grocery stores. Flowers that were destined for the landfill are refreshed into new bouquets.bouquetsofkindness.org
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Building Materials
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Duval AsphaltAsphalt, Concreteduvalasphalt.com
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Habitat For Humanity
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Eco Relicsarchitectural salvage doors, antique windows, garden salvage, new and used tools, used electrical equipmentecorelics.com
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Electronics
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Recycling E-ScrapMiscellaneous electronicsrecyclingescrap.com
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Urban Miningurmining.com
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Textiles & Household Items
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City Rescue MissonGently used Clothing and other household itemsClothing & Linens, Upholstered Furniture, Mattresses, Area Rugs, Wood or Solid Furniture, Televisions, Electronics, Appliances, miscellaneous items like toys, tools, music instruments, knickknacks, books (not school textbooks), magazines, artwork, dishes, pots/pans, shoes, antiques, and jewelrycrmjax.org/donation-guidelines/
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Textile Boxes (find phone numbers and locations; geotag where they're found? )
Clothing, Shoes
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Office Supplies
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More Than InkInk Cartridges
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UNF TextBooks
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Medical Supplies
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Your Big Box Stores
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Many of your supermarkets and other one stop shops have bins set up to recycle a some of your most common household items. Bring them the next time you go grocery shopping or run errands.
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TargetPlastic Bags, cell phones, ink cartridges
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PublixPlastic Bags, Styrofoam
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WalmartPlastic Bags
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Ikea
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Whole Foods#5 plastics, corks, cell phonesThe Preserve Gimme 5 program accepts clean plastics clearly stamped #5. This also includes all black #5 to-go containers, plastic dairy containers, plastic produce boxes, precut veggie trays without soak pad, fish tubs and halava tubs, floral buckets, brita filters, Plum organics pouches, burts bees lip balm tubes, Preserve brand products, They also have collection bins for cellphones and wine bottle corks.
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Bulbs+BatteriesMost Batteries, Most lightbulbs
batteriesplus.com/t/recycling
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Office Depotcell phones, rechargeable batteries and ink/toner cartridges
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Staplesdesktop PCs, networks, laptops, tablets, external hard drives, servers, computer monitors
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Mail-In Programs
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TerracycleMiscellaneous ItemsFree mail-in programs for many items including snack and chip bags, beauty care items, pet food bags, contact lenses, k-cups, cigarette butts, and more. *Some collection programs may be brand specificterracycle.com
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The Bra RecyclersBrasAfter submitting the Bra Recycling Form online, you will receive via email a non-postage paid return address-mailing label to attach to your package. The label includes a personal inventory tracking code that we will scan upon receipt of the package.brarecycling.comThe Bra Recyclers 
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Aerosol cansHousehold Hazardous Waste Facility
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Asphalt ShinglesDuval Asphalt
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BatteriesBatteries+Bulbs, Target
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Books
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Building SuppliesEco Relics
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Cables or Wires
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Clothing
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ElectronicsRecycling E-Scrap, Urban Mining , Staples
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Fireworks or Flares
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Flowers Bouquets of Kindness
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Food Waste Apple Rabbit Compost, Dog Day Gardens
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Glass that is not clear, brown, or green
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Light BulbsBatteries+Bulbs
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Needles
http://duval.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/environmental-health/sharps-collection-program.html
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Office SuppliesHabitat for Humanity
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Plastic Bags Publix, Target, Wal-Mart
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Rubber
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TextbooksUniversity of North Florida
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Shoes
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Shredded paper
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Styrofoam Publix
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Weapons
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Yard WasteFirst Coast Mulch (Jacksonville),
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