9.16.2018

Storm Debris Post Hurricane Florence

Ocean Lakes Takes Extra Steps to Speed up Storm Debris removal
We were fortunate with only minor damage from Hurricane Florence,  lots of downed tree limbs, sticks and leaves. Our team will be making the rounds to collect all the debris as quickly as possible – and we always appreciate extra help.
If the debris is creating issues with parking at your site, here are some options with our temporary drop-off area.
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Bulk debris being piled at the South Gate location this week.

TEMPORARY STORM DEBRIS DROP-OFF AREAS

We’ve designated special drop-off areas near the South Gate entrance for owners/guests to bring bulk debris such as big limbs, sticks and stumps, and bagged yard debris with leaves. (NO bagged trash).
Bulk debris should be dropped in the area south of the South Gate entrance. This is the area north of the South Gate entrance where guests can drop off bagged debris.  

Bagged debris should be dropped in the area north of the South Gate entrance that is usually used for overflow parking.
Bagged Debris Area at South Gate
Bulk Debris Area at South Gate
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NEVER MIX DEBRIS
 
If you’ve left debris at your site for pick up, never mix the bagged debris with the bulk debris such as tree limbs. That slows down our crews and delays the overall cleanup.


Never mix large debris with bagged debris as seen here; it slows pick up and the overall cleanup process. Always put them in separate piles.


Please understand that the massive debris collection efforts aren’t limited just to Ocean Lakes. The storm packed a punch, leaving debris spread through much of the Myrtle Beach area.





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