Charleston County provides curbside collection of recyclables per their schedule in areas of the City that are located in Charleston County.
Dorchester County provides Convenience Sites where residents can drop off their recyclables.
Please visit the Charleston County website for additional information on recycling in areas of North Charleston located in Charleston County.
- Residential Recycling Pickup Schedule
- Recycling Pickup Schedule & Map – Countywide
- Recycling Convenience Centers and Dropsite Locations
- Residential All-In-One Single Stream Recycling Program
- Business Recycling
- Apartment/Condo Recycling
- Greening Schools Program
- Recycle at Your Event
- Hazardous Materials Recycling
Dorchester County provides Convenience Sites where residents can bring their recyclables. Please visit the Dorchester County website for additional information on recycling and convenience site locations in Dorchester County.
The Convenience Site closest to residents of the City of North Charleston located in Dorchester County is the Oakbrook Convenience Site located at 235 Old Fort Drive, near the Oakbrook Schools.
Cooking Oil/Grease Recycling
North Charleston Sewer District recently partnered with Midlands Biofuels in an effort to escalate its “Cease the Grease” campaign – and just in time for the holidays too! Midlands Biofuels offers a proprietary grease bin design to properly and safely dispose of cooking grease.
NCSD asks its residents to join the “Cease the Grease!” campaign by disposing of cooking grease in one of these bins, available in 3 convenient North Charleston locations:
- NCSD Administrative Offices at 7225 Stall Road;
- NCFD Station 5 at 6265 Dorchester Road; and
- Felix C. Davis Community Center at 4800 Park Circle
Used cooking oil recycling instructions
- Let the used oil or grease cool.
- Pour the used cooking oil or grease into any container with a lid.
- Take your cooking oil to your nearest drop-off location.
- Open the lid on the recycling bin.
- Pour the used cooking oil and grease into the bin, then close the lid.
- Save your container for the next time you use cooking oil, or recycle your container.