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Georgetown County to host semi-annual household hazardous waste collection in Pawleys Island

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GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – On October 24, the Georgetown County Public Services Department will accept unwanted paint, batteries, pesticides, fertilizers and other hazardous household materials, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., at Palmetto Ace Home Center, located on Highway 17 in Pawleys Island.

A free rain barrel will be given to the first 20 people in line with 5 items or more to dispose of.

Every fall and spring the Public Services Department and its Storm Division schedule collection events to make it more convenient for residents to safely dispose of household hazardous waste materials.

For more information, visit www.gtcounty.org/stormwater or call the Georgetown County Stormwater Division at (843) 545-3524.

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