New Palm Coast trash, recycling company to begin on June 1

Pickup routes should remain largely the same for most residents.

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  • | 3:29 p.m. May 23, 2023
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FCC Environmental Services will begin providing trash and recycling services to Palm Coast residents on June 1. 

FCC is replacing Waste Pro with these services, but routes and pickups should largely remain the same for residents, according to a social media post from the city of Palm Coast.

Residents can check on the city’s website at  to check for any changes to their routes. 

FCC’s per-household monthly cost will be $32.32, up from the current $29.97 per month. Residents can also expect a mailer noting any potential changes with trash or recycling, the post said. 

The City Council swapped to FCC from Waste Pro in July 2022, despite pushback from Waste Pro staff. Flagler County decided in April to continue its contract with Waste Pro. Three waste collection companies placed a bid for the city’s contract: Waste Pro, FCC and GFL Solid Waste Southeast.  Waste Pro’s bid proposed $32.35 per household per month; GFL’s was $38.

The FCC contract will run for seven years.


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