What Is Brown & White Pickup?

The basics:
Furniture, appliances, etc., may be put out curbside (by 7:00 am). Hazardous materials (batteries, paint, etc.) may be brought to the maintenance facility (SBI Rd, behind the Garden Plots) for safe disposal.

What is the purpose of Brown & White pickup?
This pickup is intended for those larger items which are not acceptable for the standard weekly pickup and would normally have to be taken to the County landfill facility on Bees Ferry Road in West Ashley. SIPOA offers this special pickup quarterly, as a convenience to our owners.

What is okay to put out curbside?
Furniture (all sorts), appliances (provided they were not removed as part of a contractor job, see below), lawn equipment, most other large-size goods which would not be acceptable for the regular weekly pickup

What is NOT okay to put out curbside?
– Hazardous waste such as paint, fluorescent lights, and batteries (take these to the maintenance facility on the same day, Priority-1 personnel will be standing by from 7:00-3:00 for collection and safe removal)
– Waste generated by contracted workers in the course of doing a job (contractors are responsible for removing their own project waste, such as carpet, floor boards, cabinets, etc., from Seabrook Island property)

When is the next pickup? 
Brown & White pickup is scheduled for the first Friday of every month.

– Submitted by Shawna Jarrett, SIPOA

3 thoughts on “What Is Brown & White Pickup?”

  1. Sorry for the confusion. Brown & White pick up used to be done on a quarterly basis. That has changed. It now takes place once a month, usually on the 1st Friday of the month. However, in February the pick up will take place on February 17 to coincide with the Annual Meeting. This allows the non-resident property owners who are here for the Annual Meeting to take advantage of the pick up.

  2. The article states that Brown & White pickup is provided by SIPOA quarterly but then later states it is the first Friday of the month. Which is it?

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