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1. REDUCE, REUSE, and RECYCLE

The City of Charleston is committed to a sustainable community, and that means leaving a lighter footprint on our earth. One of the many ways that the City can achieve this is by supporting REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE initiatives.  Listed below are resources that assist in these initiatives:

Charleston City Recycling Basics

Item(s) What to do...
Appliances: Place curbside for City of Charleston Environmental Services
Construction and Demolition Waste: View our brochure or visit www.SCGreenBuildingDirectory.org for more information
Electronic Waste: Take to a County recycling convenience center
(CPUs, monitors, laptops, hard drives, keyboards, mice, printers, copiers, scanners, fax machines, adding machines, calculators, telephones, cell and cordless phones, PDAs, pagers and shredders, TVs, VCRs, stereos, radios, camcorders, CD players, DVD players and cassette players)
Hazardous Household Materials: Take to a County recycling convenience center
(Automotive fluids, batteries, household cleaners and polishes, paints and solvents)

Government and Non-Profit Recyling Services


Private Recycling Services
  • Fisher Recycling () & (843-554-6099) --North Charleston 
  • Suburban Disposal Service (843-873-4810) -- Summerville   
  • Fennell Container Company (843-552-4751 -- North Charleston   
  • Waste Management (888-964-9730) -- Sumter

2. ENERGY

Database of South Carolina Incentives for Renewables and Energy

Benefits of Solar

From Diesel to Gasoline- Drive Efficiently

Wind Initiatives

3. KIDS STUFF


(PLEASE: Always monitor your child's/children's access to the internet. We are not responsible for the content found on third party web sites.)

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