Tue, Nov 1
Fri, Nov 11
Tue, Nov 15
Yard Debris due to Hurricane Matthew can either be taken to the Camden County C&D Site on HWY 110 in Woodbine, or the Old Still Road Yard Waste Facilities from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday.
Residents in the unincorporated area of Camden County are encouraged to bring their yard debris to the Old Still Road Yard Waste Facility at no charge. If a resident is unable to do this, they may put yard debris that was a result of Hurricane Matthew in the right of way of a Camden County maintained road no later than Sunday, October 16th for pick up by the road department. The road department will first be picking up debris from the main roads and after that is cleared will begin working in the residential areas.
If your trash is not picked up on the regular scheduled day, please leave it out & it will be picked up by Friday, October 14, 2016,
Decontaminating after a Flood
Mold is caused by moisture and after the flooding brought about by Hurricane Matthew, mold is likely to be an ongoing issue. The Federal Emergency Management Agency along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the National Institutes of Health have developed guidance and information regarding mold management and cleanup after disasters. We encourage residents to refer to this guidance while cleaning up personal property in the wake of the recent flooding.
Additional information can also be found on the Georgia Department of Public Health’s website: https://dph.georgia.gov/indoor-air-quality
Information on Repairs after Hurricane Matthew
For information on damages sustained during Hurricane Matthew please click the following link http://coastalgadnr.org/node/100893
If you have additional questions please contact the Camden County Environmental Health at 912-729-6012.