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MONCKS CORNER, S.C.- (Tuesday, September 17)- Berkeley County residents must have their vegetative storm debris on the public right-of-way by Sunday, September 22. Any debris that is not at the nearest right-of-way by September 22 may not be collected by County crews.

As of this morning, Tuesday, September 17, the Berkeley County Landfill had received 664.01 tons of debris. This total includes storm debris removed by Berkeley County, municipal partners, and citizens who have dropped off debris at the landfill or convenience centers since Hurricane Dorian. Berkeley County Roads & Bridges began debris removal Friday, September 6, following Hurricane Dorian and have been working extended hours to clean-up debris. Residents in certain municipalities will have debris pick-up handled by their respective city or town and supported by Berkeley County as needed. For questions concerning debris removal, please call the numbers below.

Goose Creek: 843-824-2200

Summerville: 843-851-4225

Hanahan: 843-529-3413

City of Charleston: 843-724-7311

Moncks Corner: 843-719-7900

Berkeley County: 843-719-4129

Additionally, Berkeley County residents may also use the landfill and/or convenience centers to dispose of their debris. The hours and locations can be found HERE.


– Prepared by the Berkeley County Public Information Office –

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