Effective Immediately:  Clay County Burn Ban- All Outdoor Burning is Prohibited Until Further Notice.  Click HERE for further details.

  • Clay County Burn Ban in Effect

    With unusually dry conditions indicating a substantial increase in wildfire probability and pursuant to Ordinance numbered 04-1, the County Manager of Clay County issued a burn ban today that will remain in effect until further notice. For more details and prevention tips, please click the above title.

  • Trash and Recylable Pick-Up as Usual on Memorial Day

    On Monday, May 29, 2017 Memorial Day, Advanced Disposal Services will collect wastes and recyclables as usual. Click title for further information.

It is the mission of this office to preserve, protect, and improve the environment by promoting recycling and proper solid waste handling and management practices in our community."

The Department of Environmental Services provides facilities that accept commercial and residential waste, including recyclables and household hazardous wastes, from sources within the incorporated and unincorporated areas of the County.

Clay County Department of Environmental Services' major efforts have been maintaining closed landfills located throughout the County, operating four Environmental Convenience Centers (ECCs) and the Rosemary Hill Recycling Facility, and overseeing operation of the Class I and C & D Transfer Stations at the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF). The County's solid waste disposal and collection assessments are also managed through this department, as well as the Adopt-A-Mile/Spot Program, Keep Clay Beautiful, and major clean-up events held throughout the year.