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North Myrtle Beach Citywide Cleanup Day is October 21
Posted by Century 21 Thomas Blogger | Friday, September 15, 2017


Date: Saturday, October 21
Time: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Location: North Myrtle Beach Sanitation Transfer Station - 2nd Avenue South

The Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Commission will hold its annual Citywide Home Cleanup Day onSaturday, October 21, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

The annual home cleanup day provides North Myrtle Beach residents with an opportunity to clean out their closets, attics, garages, and storage sheds. During the event, residents may discard unwanted items, including appliances, TVs, furniture, paint, pesticides, chemicals, oil, old tires, and more. No construction debris or medical waste will be accepted.

Drop Off Site Location: Residents must transport their items to the North Myrtle Beach Sanitation Department Transfer Station located on 2nd Avenue South. (Once on 2nd Avenue South, drive toward the Intracoastal Waterway past City Hall and the Aquatic & Fitness Center. The drop site is on the right hand side of 2nd Avenue South.)

Furniture and Appliances that are still usable may be donated to the Salvation Army, Goodwill Industries or local churches. Many of these organizations will pick up items to be donated. Residents should contact these organizations directly.

Special Collections: The City also provides a special collection service for furniture, appliances and other bulky items that residents no longer want and do not intend to donate. These items should be placed at curbside for pickup. This service is not regularly scheduled but is provided on an as-needed basis. Please call the Sanitation Division at (843) 280-5500 prior to placing such items at curbside to ensure prompt pickup.

Volunteers: If you would like to help, please call (843) 280-5673 or email dgbarnhill@nmb.us to volunteer.

The annual Citywide Home Cleanup Day is sponsored by the Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Commission, the North Myrtle Beach Sanitation Department and the City of North Myrtle Beach.

The Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Commission offers a community based volunteer program to educate and empower the North Myrtle Beach community to personally improve the environment and enhance quality of life and community pride through beautification, litter prevention and recycling.

The Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Commission is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful.

In the photo, Recreation Programs Operations Director Gregg Barnhill surveys some of the items brought to the City's Transfer Station by residents during a previous Cleanup Day.



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