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City of Hartsville announces 2016 holiday trash schedule

HARTSVILLE, SC (WMBF) – Beginning New Year’s Day, City of Hartsville utility customers will have new trash collection dates for several holidays in 2016.

Route changes for 2016 will affect trash collection, not recycling. Recycling routes that do not take place because of a holiday will resume on the regular day the following week.

Below is a complete list of holiday trash collection schedule changes for 2016.

New Year’s Day - Friday, Jan. 1 moved to Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Monday, Jan. 18 moved to Tuesday, Jan. 19

Presidents’ Day - Monday, Feb. 15 moved to Tuesday, Feb. 16

Good Friday - Friday, Mar. 25 moved to Thursday, Mar. 24

Memorial Day - Monday, May 30 moved to Tuesday, May 31

Independence Day - Monday, July 4 moved to Tuesday, July 5

Labor Day - Monday, Sept. 5 moved to Tuesday, Sept. 6

Election Day - Tuesday, Nov. 8 moved to Monday, Nov. 7

Veterans Day - Friday, Nov. 11 moved to Thursday, Nov. 10

Thanksgiving Holidays - Thursday, Nov. 24 moved to Tuesday, Nov. 22
                                                 Friday, Nov. 25 moved to Wednesday, Nov. 23

Christmas Holidays - Friday, Dec. 23 moved to Thursday, Dec. 22
                                          Monday, Dec. 26 moved to Wednesday, Dec. 28
                                          Tuesday, Dec. 27 moved to Thursday, Dec. 29

For more information contact City of Hartsville Environmental Services at (843) 383-3019.

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