The cleanup takes place March 20-June 20 and features cleanups, green-ups and fix-ups in more than 20,000 communities across the country.
The facility promises to convert 180,000 tons of food waste a year to biogas to fuel a power plant, vehicles and other equipment.
The county is expected to receive $840,000 for facility reconstruction after Hurricane Michael.
In order to keep the city's seven recycling centers open, the Department of Public Works said it is looking to increase residential trash collection rates.
A city council member recently introduced legislation aimed at streamlining the city’s waste and recycling guidelines.
The proposed facility planned to take in 150,000 tons of municipal solid waste a year and turn it into fuel for factories making cement.