Future growth brings worry about trash

EASLEY — While Pickens County has made progress with issues around the landfill and the county’s litter problem, some are concerned about the impact growth will have on trash.

At a recent Community Alliance for Sustainable Development meeting, speakers and attendees discussed concerns about the impact of large developments such as a proposed 1,268-home development at Lenhardt Road and Jim Hunt Road.

Resident Bill McKinney asked if any studies had been done on developments’ impact on trash and the county’s recycling centers.

“Has a study been done on the impact that it would have, a development like this? The answer to that is no,” Pickens

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