Each year Beach Sweep/River Sweep is coordinated by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, and once again we invite you to join the Sweep. It is the largest one-day litter cleanup of our state's waterways and beaches, and it’s the volunteers, like you, who make it happen.
To organize or join an inland cleanup, at inland counties on inland rivers, lakes, or wetlands. Go to the DNR’s BSRS website for more information.
Contact the Inland Coordinator at email@example.com or phone at 803-734-9096 to ask questions.
Register for the Inland Sweep here. DNR's website allows you to register as a Site Captain for the Inland Sweep. Fill-in the electronic form, submit your information and DNR will follow with a response.
The Gills Creek Watershed Association is helping to organize cleanups in the watershed. Our goal is cover the entire creek and its tributaries! Anyone can participate, including neighorhoods, home owners’ organizations, businesses, civic clubs, recreation clubs, individuals, families, school groups, church groups, and youth groups.
If you are interested in becoming a Site Captain and would like help identifying a location for cleanup, or if you just want to volunteer but don't have a group of your own contact us to find a group looking for additional help.
All participating groups will be featured on the Beach Sweep/River Sweep web site, and here on the Gills Creek Watershed Association web site if you are in the watershed.
|Location||Site Captain||Organization||Phone||Cleanup Date|
|Cary Lake||Rachel Tustin||Dent Middle School||803-727-4397||9/15/2017|
|Sesquicentennial State Park Lake||Cindy Becker||Girl Scouts||803-736-4455||9/15/2017|