Hours of Operation
|Monday||7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Tuesday||7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Wednesday||7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Thursday||7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Friday||7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
The following recyclables should be taken to the Recycling Center (items with an * can also be taken to one of the recycling igloos located at Semmes Lake and Patriot Park):
|Newspapers & Inserts*||Notebook Paper||Construction Paper|
|Steel Cans*||Writing Paper||Flyers & Junk Mail|
|Glass Jars & Bottles*||Greeting Cards||Envelopes|
|Aluminum Cans*||Index Cards||Computer Paper|
|Aluminum Foil & Pans||Brown Paper Bags||Grocery Check-Out Slips|
|Cardboard & Boxboard||40" x 48" Scrap Metal Scrap Metal||Plastics #1 & #2|
|Magazines||40' x 48" Wood Pallets||Non Working Appliances|
|Packing Paper||Phone Books|
Cardboard can be taken to the Recycling Center. This includes clean corrugated cardboard, boxboard (e.g. shoe boxes, cereal boxes, etc), and brown bags. Waxed cardboard, such as frozen food containers and milk cartons, is not recyclable yet and should be thrown away.
The following reusable items should be taken to the Thrift Shop (+1 (803)787-2153) or donated to family, friends, or charity:
|Toys & Games||Appliances, large & small||Rugs & Curtains|
|Towels & Sheets||Household Items|
Food Waste should be put into the garbage disposal (no bones, corn husks, or other fibrous waste). Carefully plan meals to minimize food waste.
Hazardous Materials should be used up before recycling or disposing of the empty containers. Paint related materials, common building supplies, and common household hazardous materials can be turned in to the Paint Reissue Center (Bldg 2571, Engineer Rd., +1 (803)751-3002 or +1 (803)751-3003).
Vehicle Batteries should be turned in to DPW.
Used Motor Oil and Antifreeze can be taken to the Auto Craft Shop and many off-post locations.
The following items cannot be recycled at the Recycling Center:
|Waxed Cardboard||Batteries||Paper Plates & Towels|
|Tires & Auto Parts||Plastic Clothes Hangers||Wood Products|
|Laminated Cards||Plastic Bags||Plastic without the Recycling Symbol|