Edgefield County Solid Waste Collection & Recycling Centers
Edgefield County Solid Waste and Recycling Centers serve the entire range of your household waste disposal needs. House waste may be disposed of in the compactor as you enter the facility. Separate bins are available to accommodate aluminum cans, cardboard, plastic containers, newspapers and other recyclables. Stations for the disposal of used oil, old appliances, and scrap metal are also in place. Yard waste, building material and furniture items may be disposed of at the recycling centers as well in small volumes. Attendants staffing the centers will answer your questions about proper use of the facilities. Putting items in their proper place is a big step toward a cleaner, more attractive Edgefield County. Thank you for doing your part!
CONVENIENCE CENTER LOCATIONS
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|Strom Thurmond||1225 Columbia Road||(803) 275-4137|
|Georgia Road||166 Georgia Road||(803) 637-2424|
|Trenton||64 Greenhouse Road||(803) 275-5120|
|430 Site||1067 Long Cane Road||(803) 637-4926|
|Merriwether||41 Restmaster Lane||(803) 279-2643|
|378 Site||540 Hwy 378 W||(803) 637-2381|
|191 Site||652 Yonce Pond Road||(803) 275-9429|
|25 Site||2111 Edgefield Roadoad||(803) 275-0320|
DAYS OF THE WEEK IN OPERATION
|3 pm - 7 pm||7 am - 7 pm||CLOSED||7 am - 7 pm||CLOSED||7 am - 7 pm||7 am - 7 pm|
If you have any questions regarding the Edgefield County Solid Waste and Recycling Centers, you may contact the site nearest you, the Edgefield County Senior Citizens Council (803) 637- 5326.
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