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Solid Waste
Recycling Programs
Recycling Programs
  • Business Recycling
    - Encourages Greenville County business' to market their recyclables directly to markets or to work with a waste hauler to collect their recyclables
  • Buy Recycled
    - You are not recycling unless you are buying recycled-content items. By purchasing items that are made from recycled content, you assure the continuing success of your local recycling programs.
  • Composting
    - Composting is the natural "Circle of Life". It offers the obvious benefits of creating a useful product from organic waste that would otherwise have been landfilled. Read more about what compost is and get information on resources that will help you in your composting activities.
  • Construction Waste
    - The County would like to encourage all builders and developers to place recycling bins at building sites.
  • Farm Oil Recycling
    - Proper used oil management is necessary for the protection of our water. Just one gallon of used oil can contaminate one MILLION gallons of drinking water. Find out about the farm oil collection center.
  • Free Mulch
    - Free mulch is available at the Twin Chimneys Landfill!
  • Household Hazardous Waste
    - Greenville County distributes HHW wheels that show alternatives to common household hazardous products.
  • Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
    - Information about The Three R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
  • School Programs
    - The Solid Waste Division offers tours of the landfill and recycling center as well as in-school presentations.
  • Volunteer Opportunities
    - Events sponsored by Greenville County cannot be accomplished without the help of dedicated volunteers. If you have a strong commitment to the environment and would like to explore opportunities to help increase recycling in Greenville County, see our Volunteer Opportunities page.