Franklin County Solid Waste Facilities to Close Friday, September 14
As a safety precaution for residents, haulers and staff, Franklin County’s twelve solid waste and recycling convenience centers and Solid Waste Transfer Station will be closed on Friday, September 14 due to the anticipated landfall of Hurricane Florence and potential for high winds, downed trees and power lines and flooded roadways.
Franklin County Administrators, Emergency Management officials and Solid Waste Department staff will monitor severe weather conditions and impacts of Hurricane Florence to determine when it will be safe to reopen the convenience centers and the Transfer Station. For updates on when the solid waste facilities will reopen and disposal options, please call the 919-340-4670 or visit www.franklincountync.us/recycles.
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