Richland County is having a special community “clean sweep” for the Windsor Lake neighborhood in District 8, making it easy for residents to dispose of household items not normally accepted at curbside collections.
Residents of the Windsor Lake neighborhood in District 8 can participate in the clean sweep, which is organized by Richland County Councilman Jim Manning, District 8, and Special Services, a division of Public Works. Items must be placed curbside Friday, June 15, as workers will begin picking up the items at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 16.
The following items will be accepted:
Bulk items (furniture, washers and dryers, refrigerators, push mowers free of gas and oil, bicycles,
disassembled swing sets, etc.)
Similar materials should be placed together in separate piles (keep tires together, bulk items together, yard waste together, etc.) Items not accepted include hazardous waste, batteries, electronics and liquid waste.
Special Services officers will patrol the neighborhoods to offer assistance the day of the clean sweep.
For more information, contact Cynthia Faust with Public Works at 803-576-2442. To request a clean sweep in your neighborhood, contact the Richland County Ombudsman at 803-929-6000 or email@example.com.