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City curbside recycling returns next week

The City of Pensacola has entered into an agreement with Emerald Coast Utilities Authority for recycling. After a nine-month hiatus, City Sanitation will once again…

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Petition calls for City Administrator to be investigated

A petition has been launched on change.org regarding City Administrator Eric Olson’s decision to halt processing of the city’s recyclables last September without informing the…

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Pensacola Recycling Cover-up

The City of Pensacola’s Sanitation Services Department has an annual goal for recycling: “Recycling percentage (by tonnage) of the total garbage & recycling collection –…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Mayor Hayward dodges question regarding recycling

The Pensacola News Journal tried to get Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward to say if he believes the city should have notified the public that it…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Okaloosa to ship recyclables to ECUA Perdido Landfill facility

Daily News reporter Tom McLaughlin reports that Okaloosa County will soon begin shipping its recyclables to ECUA’s new $10-million facility located at the Escambia County’s…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Pensacola City Administrator’s February report: RESTORE, Recycling, UBER and more

A little after 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, Pensacola City Administrator gave his monthly report to the City Council and citizens of Pensacola. He…

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Regional Roundup coming to Escambia High Saturday

A Regional Roundup event will be held this Saturday, Feb. 6, from 8 a.m. to noon at Escambia High School located at 1310 N 65th…

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News story #3: Talking Trash

Escambia County and Emerald Coast Utility Authority have squared off over the future of solid waste collection, recycling and disposal in the county. The battle…

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Dirty Smurfs

Escambia County officials have no interest in seeing a recycling center on a collection of remediated Superfund sites. They also don’t want to see any…

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