Public Works Collection Update

The City of Hanahan Public Works Division continues to service all areas of Hanahan with the removal of storm debris.  Crews will continue to work extended days and hours in an effort to clean our city.  Presently the crews are working 10 hour days Monday through Friday and 6 hours on Saturday.  The collection schedule is cut-off each day to coincide with the closing of the landfill.

The week of October 10th alone produced 212 tons (normal week 118 tons) of residential household waste, 151 tons (normal week 42 tons) of yard debris and 15 tons (normal week 5 tons) of brown goods and all collected by Hanahan Public Works staff.

We intend to continue running extended yard debris hours in addition to our normal operating schedule until all storm debris has been removed.

If you have large piles and wood larger than 4” in diameter, those piles will be picked up exclusively by the County (if you live on a county road) or SCDOT (if you live on a state road) with specialized equipment.  The county started collections in the city this week and the state has communicated a start date of 10/26-10/28.  The county and state contractors will only make one pass for large piles and wood so please be sure to have your debris by the road.

We would like to thank all citizens for their patience and continued efforts to work with us as we work to recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

Public Works Collection Update & Debris Information

Public Works Collection Update

The Public Works Department has been able to collect all normal household waste collections this week and will do so through Friday’s collections.  In the first three days this week we also collected 131 tons of yard debris which equates to our typical monthly totals.  The Department also brought in contract workers and ran 12 hour days during this time.  Our plans are to continue this effort through tomorrow and also run full crews dedicated to yard debris on Saturday.  If you have large piles and wood larger than 4” in diameter, those piles will be picked up exclusively by the county or state with specialized equipment.  Due to the storm and closure of the landfill we were unable to collect household waste last Thursday and Friday and we appreciate everyone’s patience as we complete those collections today and Friday.

Storm Debris

It is the responsibility of Berkeley County (along county roads) and SCDOT (state roads) to collect Storm Debris throughout Hanahan and Berkeley County.  We have been in contact with the State and County and they have each contracted with private vendors to handle collections throughout the county in coordination with FEMA.  We will share specific collection info. as it becomes available to us from the county and state.

Construction Debris

The county will have a container for construction debris in Otranto by the fire station this Saturday (10/15) from 9:00am-4:00pm.  A City of Hanahan employee will be on site to assist.

 

We’d like to thank our Public Works and Recreation Maintenance staffs for getting a jump start on collecting storm debris and also thank those that have expressed their appreciation and support for the crews.  We appreciate your patience during this time as we make every effort to bring our city back to order ASAP.

For more information, please visit the Public Works page on the city’s website at www.cityofhanahan.com.

Trash Can Pickup – MLK Day 2016

ATTENTION HANAHAN RESIDENTS

All City of Hanahan Offices will be

closed Monday, January 18, 2016

in observance of

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

 

This schedule is for the week of

January 18 through January 22, 2016

 

If your garbage or yard trash is normally collected Monday, it will be collected Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

 

If your garbage is normally collected Tuesday, it will be collected
Wednesday, January 20, 2016.

 

Wednesday’s yard trash will be collected Thursday and Friday,
January 21 and 22, 2016.

 

There will be NO brown trash (furniture), metal or E-Scrap collection this week.

 

All other collections will remain as normally scheduled.

 

Reminder: Place all materials at curbside by 7:00 a.m.
on scheduled collection day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Works Schedule Change

Due to the recent growth of the city and the increasing traffic concerns through specific routes within the city, the Public Works department has changed their operating hours to begin at 7:00am from 8:00am in the past.  Please have all material that needs collection at the curb to later than 7:00am on your collection day.

Memorial Day ScheduleMemorial Day

The following schedule is for the week of May 25th, 2015 – May 29th, 2015.

  • If your trash or yard debris is usually collected on a Monday, it will be collected the following day this week on Tuesday, May 26th.
  • If your trash or yard debris is usually collected on a Tuesday, it will be collected the following day this week on Wednesday, May 27th.
  • There will NOT be any brown trash (furniture), e-scrap or metal collection this week.
  • If your yard trash is usually collected on Wednesday, it will be collected on Thursday (May 28th) and Friday (May 29th)

Please have all materials for pickup by the curb at 7:00am to ensure you do not miss collection.

Post expires at 10:00am on Wednesday May 27th, 2015

New: Hanahan Public Works Facility

Completed Photos

 

 

The City of Hanahan is proud to present the new upcoming Hanahan Public Works Facility.  This facility will house Public Works in it’s entirety and has a scheduled completion date of February 2015.

Public Works Facility Location

Public Works Facility Location

 

Plot for Public Works Facility

Plot for Public Works Facility

Pesticide Waste Locations

South Carolina currently has four Pesticide Waste locations in the State of South Carolina. If you are interested in learning more about the proper way and location to dispose of your farming Pesticide Waste, please view the attached PDF.