Following closures due to Hurricane Irma, all Beaufort County Convenience Centers are scheduled to open tomorrow, Wednesday, September 13. Centers are typically closed on Wednesdays, but the County is reopening them early to accommodate residents. The Centers will operate from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. All Centers will return to their normal operating schedules Thursday, September 14.
The County will not provide curbside pickup of Hurricane Irma storm debris.
Beaufort County is opening two Debris Management Sites to accept Class 1 and 2 debris, as well as white goods debris:
- Ihly Farms - 66 Ihly Farm Road in Beaufort
- Pinckney Point - 651 Pinckney Colony Road in Bluffton
- Residents must transport their debris to the convenience centers or debris management sites.
- Residents should not bring storm-related debris to the convenience centers.
- There is no charge for disposal of residential quantities at these locations.
- Class 1 land clearing debris includes woody debris - tree limbs, leaves, and other yard waste.
- Class 2 construction and demolition debris includes building materials, drywall, lumber, carpet, furniture, mattresses, and plumbing items.
- White goods debris includes refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, heat pumps, ovens, ranges, washing machines, and clothes dryers.
- All food products must be removed prior to dropping off white goods.
- Doors must be removed from refrigerators and freezers.
- Debris will be collected according to class and should not be mixed together.
Additional information can be obtained by clicking here or by calling the Solid Waste and Recycling Office of the Beaufort County Public Works Department for more information at 843-255-2736, starting tomorrow, September 13.