Contractors working for the South Carolina Department of
Transportation (SCDOT) to pick up flooding debris are working in the following
counties on October 30:
Sumter County – Crews will be making an additional
pass in previously picked-up areas.
Richland County – Debris pick-up in the
Forest Lake, Arcadia Lakes, Congaree Church and Eastover areas.
Williamsburg County – Debris crews will be working
in the Gilland, Virginia and Warsaw areas and on State Route 104.
Georgetown County – Debris removal is scheduled
for Cree Trail, Navaho Trail, Pinewood Drive, Dunbar Road, Washington Hill and
streets in the City of Georgetown.
Property owners are
reminded to separate debris into the categories illustrated in the attached
chart. Also note that contractors are collecting debris by category, so not all
debris may be taken away at one time. Contractors will make return trips to
gather the categorized items.
The illustration for debris pickup
guidelines is available in this link: http://www.scdot-transfer.org/SCDOTPhotos/CurbsideDebrisFlyerFinalEnglish.pdf