Recycling mystery: Why can't Jacksonville recycle like other cities?
As Jacksonville's suspension of curbside recycling grinds into a fourth month with no date in sight for returning, it's business as usual in Atlantic Beach, where green-painted trucks roll through neighborhoods every week to empty recycling bins.
Jacksonville officials point to the national shortage of workers in the waste collection industry as the driving force behind temporarily suspending curbside recycling service in early October.
That kind of pullback hasn't happened, however, in the vast majority of Florida cities and counties facing the same challenges.
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