Greenville County encourages those needing to pay taxes to avoid coming inside County Square.
Citizens can pay property taxes through the mail, the internet or by using the convenient dropbox located outside the Tax Office. The County accepts credit and debit card payments on our website, online.
From now until further notice, the County will waive the online service fee provided by SC.GOV, our third-party provider.
The service fee for Hospitality Taxes will also be waived until further notice.
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i.e. "Pay my taxes", "Parks & Recreation", "Marriage Licenses", etc.
Solid Waste
A Division of Public Works

Information Related to COVID-19:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing rules the following is in effect at the Twin Chimneys Landfill and all convenience centers:

  • Starting April 16 our mulch program is temporarily suspended.
  • The Twin Chimneys Landfill and all convenience centers are limiting the number of cars allowed in at one time and mandating a 6 ft. distance between people at all times.
  • Cardboard baling is temporarily suspended.


Solid Waste Division

The Greenville County Solid Waste Division is committed to providing Solid Waste collection, disposal and education services to the citizens of Greenville County. As part of our Solid Waste Management Plan we encourage recycling of wastes through educational programs and by providing recycling drop-off sites throughout the county.



Food Waste Composting
Landfill Farm to Table logo

Greenville County is partnering with local company Atlas Organics in operating upstate South Carolina's first commercial food waste composting facility. Atlas Organics collects food waste from a variety of commercial facilities and is now transporting those materials to the Twin Chimneys Landfill. Once at the landfill, the food waste is mixed with mulch produced by the landfill from yard waste received from Greenville County residents. Using forced aeration technology, the mixture is windrowed for approximately 45 days during which moisture content and temperature are monitored to ensure proper organic decomposition. At the end of the windrow period, the compost is screened and sold as a soil amendment. This process exemplifies the Farm to Table to Farm cycle.

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