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On October 13, 2017
Conway, South Carolina – The Horry County Solid Waste Authority will hold a Grand Reopening Ceremony at the McDowell Recycling Center located at 10622 McDowell Shortcut Road in Murrells Inlet on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, at 10 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The significantly larger $1.2 million center is located directly behind the former center and offers enhanced features such as clean wood recycling, carpet padding recycling, bulk waste compactors and a drop off location for “The Store” in addition to typical recycling convenience center services:
For more information, please contact the Horry County Solid Waste Authority at (843) 347-1651.
On October 25, 2016
Conway, South Carolina – As of October 24, Horry County has collected over 33,391 cubic yards of vegetative debris from county maintained roads. Horry County plans to make two complete passes throughout the county picking up vegetative debris, with the anticipation of completing the first pass by November 15.
Horry County’s Debris Management Plan divides the county into five (5) debris management zones. Debris trucks will complete a sweep of the unincorporated county by removing debris in the public right-of-way on county maintained roads only. To determine if a road is maintained by Horry County, visit our website and click on the Hurricane Matthew Road Cleanup Map link in the Hurricane Matthew Information box.
The debris trucks began in Zone 4, the south strand portion of the county (including Socastee/Forestbrook) and will be reassigned in a counter-clockwise motion moving to Zone 5 from Highway 501 to the north strand (including Carolina Forest and along Highway 90), Zone 1 in the east-central (including properties from Highway 905 to Highway 701), Zone 2 in the northern part of the county (including Green Sea and Loris), and Zone 3 in the western portion of the county (including Bucksport, Pee Dee Highway and Highway 501). Currently, trucks are finishing collecting debris in Zone 4 in the southern portion of the county and at the county’s recycling centers, and have started transitioning assets into Zone 5.
The county continues to ask residents to be proactive in their recovery and move vegetative debris in the right-of-way so it can quickly be collected over the coming weeks. The county understands that some homes are inaccessible due to flood conditions and will target those areas for woody debris pickup once residents can return home.
For those Hurricane Matthew survivors impacted by the flood and have bulky disaster debris such as carpet, sofas, mattresses and other large items in their home damaged by the storm, please take your debris to the county’s recycling centers in your area or the landfill. Residents who haul debris themselves will be allowed to dispose at no charge. Information on those locations can be found on the Horry County Solid Waste Authority's website.
Horry County has also set-up a debris management hotline at (843) 340-9536. It is available daily to provide information to residents who have questions or concerns about debris management operations. The hotline is staffed by Horry County representatives from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Please continue to check the Horry County website for additional information and updates on the debris removal process.
On October 9, 2016
Date: October 9, 2016
Time: 12 p.m.
Hurricane Matthew Update:
Horry County Emergency Management can be reached at 843-915-5150 and can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter.
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