Richland County officials urge residents to bring flood-related debris curbside before Monday, Nov. 16 – the date final pickup begins.
Only flood-related debris from residential property will be collected. The debris should be separated into piles by type – household, construction, vegetation, household hazardous waste, “white” goods with refrigerator/freezer doors secured with duct tape and electronics – and placed at the curb or in the right-of-way but not in the street.
To view a graphic illustrating the correct way to separate debris, click here. Residents should note that flood debris is separate from regular household garbage and recyclables that go in the green and lime green roll carts.
Following the final collection of flood-related debris, residents should make an appointment for large/bulk trash collection or transport items to one of the County’s drop-off centers:
- C&D Landfill Drop-off Center, 1070 Caughman Road North (off Monticello Road)
- Lower Richland Drop-off Center, 10531 Garners Ferry Road
For more information, call 803-929-6000.