Hurricane Matthew Forces Brevard County Solid Waste To Shut Down Early Thursday

By  //  October 6, 2016

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'We will cut them off at 11 a.m'

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Brevard County Solid Waste will shut down waste collection operations early on Thursday due to Hurricane Matthew. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Solid Waste will shut down waste collection operations early on Thursday due to Hurricane Matthew.

“We will start routes, but we will not finish them,” said Euri Rodriguez, director of Solid Waste. “We will cut them off at 11 a.m.”

Rodriguez said plans are to resume operations on Sunday with a make-up day for citizens of Palm Bay.

Also on Sunday, County residents can bring trash to any of the County’s solid waste facilities, except Household Hazardous Waste in Cocoa.

“Hopefully by Monday everything will return back to normal as far as collection is concerned,” Rodriguez said.

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