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Solid Waste and Recycling

Colleton County Solid Waste is responsible for operating and maintaining the Colleton County Convenience Centers strategically located throughout the county for the disposal and recycling of household garbage.

This Office Does Not

  • Provide residential or commercial garbage collection services
  • Provide removal of dead animals.
  • Pay anyone for recyclables delivered to the Convenience Centers or Landfill.

When you visit a Colleton County Recycling/Convenience Center, you have the perfect opportunity to reduce the amount of trash that goes to the landfill. Separating the recyclables is a great way to start. Repurposing or donating is another great way to keep items out of the land fill. To help Colleton County residents with recycling, the county has 15 Recycling/Convenience Centers.

Residents may open an account at the landfill by providing a driver's license and mailing address. Commercial accounts may be opened by providing the firm information. In either case all waste for disposal must be waste generated in Colleton County, and there must be no current amount due when the account is opened. 

The Colleton County Council establishes fees on an annual basis for the Colleton County Solid Waste Division with the approval of the Annual Budget ordinance. Tipping fees for disposal of Residential waste exceeding the 500-lb per month limit shall be calculated based on the County’s cost in tipping fees.

For any other questions please contact Solid Waste.

Homeowners can bring their household garbage, limbs, metal (white goods), etc. to the landfill.  The first 500lbs per month are free. The homeowner will be charge for anything over that 500 pounds per month.  

Asbestos is accepted at the landfill with a permit from SC DHEC. The landfill must be notified one (1) day prior to bringing asbestos.

No. Colleton County does not accept any out-of-county waste.

No. Department of Health and Environmental Control require that certain items must be separated, and the County's recycling process requires other material to be separated. For any questions see the site attendant.

The Center will accept paint waste once it has been solidified or hardened. This can be done by mixing the paint with kitty litter or sand or you can donate your liquid paint to the Habitat for Humanity Resale store.

No, all shingles must be taken to the landfill,  3288 Green Pond Hwy, Walterboro SC 29488

Space is limited at the Centers. If you arrive with a large load, you may be asked to take it to the landfill.

No the County Ordinance does not allow anything to be taken by the public from a Convenience Center.

Your best option may be to check with your car dealer, mechanic or local part store to see if they will accept your antifreeze for recycling or proper disposal or call SC DHEC AT 1-800-768-7348.

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Veteran Car Donations -


Accepts all types of vehicles and things like boats, rvs, golf carts, riding lawn mowers, atvs, tractors, etc.

Breast Cancer Car Donations -


Accepts all types of vehicles and things like boats, rvs, golf carts, riding lawn mowers, atvs, tractors, etc.

Goodwill Car Donations -


Accepts all types of vehicles and things like boats, rvs, golf carts, riding lawn mowers, atvs, tractors, etc.

Gary Rhode, Director
Sylvia Singleton, Recycle Coordinator
Ulyseese Robinson, Foreman
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Solid Waste and Recycling
Landfill Hours:
Monday-Friday 8am - 4:30pm
Saturday 8am-12noon