WEST ASHLEY, SC (WCSC) - The winter storm may be over, the clean-up is still causing headaches for counties across the Lowcountry.
Every county is asking you to be aware of the right way to get rid of storm debris.
Crews from several counties have already begun the clean-up process from last week's storm.
Dorchester County crews are removing curbside yard debris. Officials are asking that you do not use bags to collect debris. Crews also say they will only collect debris like tree limbs and brush.
Officials are asking that you do not use bags to collect debris. Crews also say they will only collect debris like tree limbs and brush.
Dorchester County residents can also get rid of yard debris at the county site located on Suburban Lane in Summerville, as well as at the county yard debris site on Sandy Pines Road.
Berkeley County Residents are asked to get rid of all their yard debris by stacking it separately in no more than 4 foot lengths at your curb. Residents are also asked not to mix the debris with other waste, such as construction or household debris.
You can also take debris to one of the designated Berkeley County sites listed at the end of this story.
Colleton County and the city of Walterboro are asking residents to separate disaster debris and place it in piles at your curb. Metal items should be separated from wooden debris. Vegetation, like trees and limbs, should also be in a separate pile.
List of debris collection sites:
- Old Berkeley County Landfill – 295 Mitton Road, Moncks Corner, SC 29461
- Oakley Road Convenience Center – 606 Oakley Road, Moncks Corner, SC 29416
- Poplar Hill Convenience Center – 1029 Poplar Hill Drive, Ridgeville, SC 29472
- Ranger Drive – 2163 Ranger Drive, Cross, SC 29436
- Pineville Convenience Center – 1818 S. Highway 45, Pineville, SC 29468
- Gravel Hill Convenience Center – 1025 Gravel Hill Road, Bonneau, SC 29431
- Colleton County Solid Waste Facility – 3288 Green Pond Highway, Walterboro, SC 29488