Clay County Environmental Services urges residents to assist in this process with separation of debris from standard household garbage. Storm-related debris should not be in containers or bagged and should be placed at least 10 feet apart from cans or bags of household garbage.
The items that will be picked up are lumber, drywall, insulation, carpets, flooring products, appliances and furniture.
The items that will not be picked up are chemicals, pesticides, tires and paint cans. These items should be transported to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility, 3545 Rosemary Hill Road, Green Cove Springs.
Regular household garbage and weekly yard debris pickups will be conducted on existing pickup schedules.
Clay County Health Department inspectors will be available for well and septic inspections Monday morning. Residents wishing to have their systems inspected should call 904-529-2840.
Flooded well heads should be treated as contaminated until examined by Health Department officials.
Residents should drink boiled or bottled water.
Record heat may create health concerns for those working to clean up flood debris. Residents are encouraged to hydrate well, and to wash with soap and water following contact with flood waters.