This recycling event is open to Lexington County and Richland County Residents. For easy access to the event site, follow signs and staff instructions just past the zoo’s main entrance. For a flyer on items accepted at this event, Click here
Rain barrels collect rain water off your roof that you can use to water your garden, wash your car and any other outdoor use. Rain Barrels can help you save water, save money and reduce stormwater pollution. You can build you own rain barrel at this workshop to take home!
- Rain Barrel Construction
- Stormwater Runoff and water pollution
- Rainwater harvesting with barrels and cisterns
Program Fee: $25.oo (Includes all materials and refreshments)
Registration Deadline: Monday, March 11, 2019
To Register click on email address for Brittany Sandifer in THIS FLYER LCSC RB wkshp LIVE flyer 3-15-2019 Irmo
A Lexington County recycling event will be held at Batesburg-Leesville High School on Saturday, March 23 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for Lexington County residents (no businesses). Items being collected for recycling are:
Paper to be shredded onsite (up to 5 bags or boxes only)
Electronics (up to 8 electronic items [small items and computer components are bundled to count as one item]).
Tires (no limit)
For complete information, contact Traude Sander, Lexington County Recycling Coordinator at [email protected] .
Join the Lexington County Herb Bunch on Saturday April 6th from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for the 8th Annual “It’s All About Herbs” Festival. Festival admission is free for all at the Lexington County Museum. Activities include a plant sale with many varieties of herbs, herb and plant related vendors, food vendors, free herb mini-demonstrations, and a silent auction. The circa 1832 John Fox House on the museum grounds will be open for tours as well. For more information call the museum at (803) 359-8369 or contact Herb Bunch member Diane Lucas at
Did you know that vegetation is important to a cleaner earth and cleaner waterways? Learn how and why at an interactive display at the It’s All About Herbs” Festival presented by the Lexington Countywide Stormwater Consortium. Test your knowledge at a Spin-The-Wheel game and win prizes!
DATE & TIME: Friday May 24, 2019 (8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
LOGISTICS: Workshop begins with a class at Lexington County EMS Training Facility. After a short break, rain barrel construction will commence in garages of Lexington County Public Works. Assistance is available to help you complete your rain barrel if needed.
* Rain Barrel Construction
* Stormwater Runoff and Water Pollution
* Rainwater Harvesting with Barrels and Cisterns
PROGRAM FEE: $25.00 (includes all materials, refreshments & drinking water)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Monday May 20, 2019
To register for this workshop, click on the flyer/registration form below and contact Brittany Sandifer at Lexington Soil and Water Conservation District (803) 358-8679 or [email protected]