Our neighborhood put our garbage curbside for our regular pick up day on Saturday 9/1 and garbage was not picked up. The cans are still sitting full on the curb as of Sunday morning. Please don't post that there will be garbage pick up when there won't be. Thanks
They will be picked up... There are issues with waits at the landfill due to so many trucks coming in after the hurricane.
Trash was not picked up on the Monday before the storm. We left it at the road until dark and then brought it back in anticipation of the weather. We received an email after the storm instructing us to put it out again as pickup had resumed. The trash is still sitting there. As of today it's been 10 days since the SDI (or whatever their known as today) has serviced Hahnville. As I see it, residents are due a minimum of a 33% credit for monthly garbage service. When you call their office, they give you a sorry excuse of a message suggesting that their phone lines are down and that AT&T is working on them. Really? Do they really think that we're that dumb? They simply don't want to field calls from ticked off citizens. Their phones worked well enough to make the recording.NO PERFORMANCE = NO PAY!!!
I agree with the Hanville post. No excuse for this incompetence. We are not that big of a parish! Contract some extra trucks if you have to, but no garbage service for 11 days is inexcusable. Rotten food sitting on the curb for days on end while animals dig through it and strew it about the neighborhood is not sanitary and not acceptable!
I recently read a post on the parish home page regarding trash and debris separation. I am unable to find it now. My garbage is all a mix of bags now, with so many days without service. Other than the obvious bags with with twigs poking through, how am I to differentiate the bags for the appropriate pick up? There is a small amount of debris in my can, will that be an issue when service resumes? I'm trying to be patient and understand the bumps but has is becomming an issue.
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