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Harrison County Utility Authority (HCUA) Announces Interruption in the Processing of Curbside Recycling

July 29, 2021

Due to a fire at the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority recycling facility on July 15, 2021, the Harrison County Utility Authority (HCUA) and solid-waste partner, Waste Management, announced on Thursday that all recycled materials collected curbside in Harrison county will not be processed at this time until the facility is repaired. 

The recycling facility, which accepts and processes recyclables collected from HCUA residents, sustained damage from a fire that will cause a closure of the facility for an estimated one month. During this time, Waste Management will continue its curbside collection service, but the recycled materials will not be processed until further notice. 


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Beating the Heat in August-Tips to Help You Survive!

Beating the Heat in August-Tips to Help You Survive!

August 02, 2021

As the dog days of summer stretch endlessly through August, it’s great time to remind ourselves of some tips to not only survive, but beat the heat for the rest of summer!

Well, if you are anything like me, you might not have been blessed with a green-thumb. It seems so matter how hard I try, by August the bugs, slugs, and brown spots begin to emerge around my patio.

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