• Christmas Tree Recycling

    As it does every year, Charleston County’s Environmental Management Department is offering its Christmas tree recycling to everyone in the county. Once depleted of their holiday cheer, they are ground into compost at the Bees Ferry Compost Facility. Collection is easy – if you live in a municipality where curbside yard waste is picked up, then trees can be left at the curb; otherwise you can drop your tree off at the Bees Ferry site. Added bonus: if

    Read more...
  • Recycle Electronics in Charleston

    Like most Americans, Santa brought you some new gadgets this year. Tablets, smartphones, Blu-Ray players, flatscreen televisions – it may be your first, or it may be replacing an outdated model. New or old, large or small, functioning or not, an important consideration is what to do with those electronics that have lost their usefulness. It will likely take an extra step, but hey, responsibility usually does. Do your part to recycle electronics in Charleston.

    Read more...
  • Charleston Recycles

    In celebration of America Recycles Day, Charleston County Environmental Management has announced Community Collection Day on Saturday, November 16. Located this year at James Island Elementary School from 9:00am-1:00pm, the event serves to offer Charleston County residents a central location to drop off their discarded items that are not collected via the County’s residential curbside recycling program. highlight the benefits of reuse and to remind residents of other options for disposal. This event not only

    Read more...