Memorial Day is not a city holiday.
Solid waste and recycling will be collected as usual on
Monday, May 25, and throughout the week of Memorial
Please do not bag your recyclables when placing them in the
blue bin or green rollout container. Using bags slows the
Pets on the beach?
From May 1
through Labor Day, dogs are allowed on the beach only before
10:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m. On the boardwalk from May 1
through Labor Day, dogs are allowed only in the mornings, from
5:00 to 10:00 a.m. At all times when dogs are allowed in
public, they must be on a leash of seven feet or shorter, and
you must pick up and properly dispose of your pet's droppings.
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Solid Waste Division
The city is divided into
four collection zones to improve solid waste services for our
residential customers. With this schedule, one zone receives complete
service each day, Monday through Thursday. All household garbage,
recycling, yard waste and bulky junk are picked up on the same day
each week. Put yard waste in bags or other containers, but
do not mix yard waste with household refuse. The
Solid Waste Division also operates a solid waste transfer station on Mr.
Joe White Avenue.
For more information, call (843)
WHICH ZONE AND DAY ARE MINE? (Schedule
may change on holidays)
1 = Monday...
Zone 1 begins at the
southern end of Myrtle Beach and extends north to Third Avenue South
and Highway 501. Zone 1 includes both sides of Third
2 = Tuesday...
Zone 2 begins north of
Third Avenue South and extends to 38th Avenue North. It includes both sides of 38th Avenue North.
Also included are Ramsey Acres, Stuart Square, Simmons Courtyard and
3 = Wednesday...
Zone 3 begins north of
38th Avenue North and extends to 62nd Avenue North and North
Highland Way. Zone 3 includes both sides of 62nd
Avenue North and North Highland Way, as well as Sancindy Lane.
4 = Thursday...
Zone 4 begins north of 62nd Avenue
North and extends to the northern city limits.
Blue Bins and Rollout Carts
Myrtle Beach provides free, reusable blue bins
for recycling to its residential customers. If you don't have
a blue bin, call 843-918-2160 to request one.
Customers who recycle large quantities or who prefer the convenience
of a rollout cart may purchase a 48 gallon recycling container for
$50. Again, call the Solid Waste Division at 918-2160 for
Do not separate or bag recyclables.
Simply place clean recycling materials into the blue bin or rollout
cart, and then
place the bin or cart on the curb on your regular collection day.
Sorting is accomplished at the Solid Waste Authority’s Material
Recycling Facility. Recyclable
materials include aluminum, steel, tin and aerosol cans; glass jars
and bottles of any color; plastic jugs, bottles and containers;
cardboard and paperboard; newspapers, magazines and junk mail.
(Shredded paper should be placed in a clear plastic bag, then placed
into the bin. Otherwise, do not sort, separate or bag any
items.) Materials that cannot be accepted include sheet glass,
mirrors, light bulbs, ceramic items and wax-coated boxes. The
blue bins are for recycling materials only. Non-recyclable items
will be considered contamination and will cause the bins not to be
BULKY YARD WASTE APPOINTMENT
If you have too much bulky
waste to wait for the weekly pick up, call 918-2160, Monday through
Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., for a collection appointment.
BULKY JUNK ITEMS: Furniture, appliances and miscellaneous items
Call 918-2160, Monday
through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., for a collection appointment.
For general information,
new service requests, containers, complaints or special services, call
918-2160, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.