Harnett County Solid Waste is responsible for the management and day-to-day operation of the landfills/transfer stations located in the county. It is the mission of the Harnett County Solid Waste Department to be an innovative and responsive organization that aggressively provides environmentally sound and fiscally responsible waste management while educating the public on responsible long term waste management practices and systems.
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Official Communication from Harnett County Government
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: June 14, 2022
Anderson Creek and Dunn-Erwin Convenience Sites Extend Wednesday Hours
New Hours of Operation Start July 6
Harnett County, NC- Beginning Wednesday, July 6, the Anderson Creek Convenience Site, located at 1086 Poplar Drive in Spring Lake, and the Dunn-Erwin Convenience Site, located at 449 Daniels Road in Dunn will be open for all County residents on Wednesdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Harnett County Solid Waste Director Chad Beane stated this new schedule change would provide better customer service to County citizens.
“Extending hours of operation at these two sites will make it easier for people to drop off their waste material rather than driving to a location across the County, or illegally dumping materials on the side of the road,” stated Beane. “This operations change will better serve citizens by allowing an extra 5 and half hours to dispose of waste each Wednesday.”
The new schedule change will only impact the convenience sites at these two locations. The Anderson Creek Landfill and the Dunn-Erwin Landfill will continue normal operations on Wednesdays, remaining open for waste disposal from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Anderson Creek Convenience Site and Dunn-Erwin Convenience Site accepts bagged household waste and recycling materials.
For more information on Harnett County’s landfills and convenience sites hours of operation, locations, and items accepted, visit harnett.org/waste or contact Harnett County Solid Waste at 910-893-6156.
Harnett County Solid Waste has announced the launch of a new application that provides citizens with resources about our County landfills and convenience sites. The new app allows citizens to input their address to search for the closest landfill or convenience site, lists hours of operation, waste accepted at each site, and educational resources related to recycling and disposing of waste. Check out the new app by clicking on the photo below!