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Citizens can bring in household garbage, less than a half of a ton, in a non-commercial vehicle without charge. A non-commercial vehicle is defined as an automobile, pick-up truck, and/or 8 by 5 by 3-foot trailer used to haul household residential waste by a homeowner for residential use exclusively, in volumes less then one half ton.
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Georgetown County does not provide any curbside trash service. Residents may bring residential trash and recyclables to any of our 14 Convenience Centers. Commercial hauling or carting companies may also be hired to provide curbside service.
The Georgetown County Landfill accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards. The scalehouse does not keep credit cards on file for haulers, they must have a card to swipe for each transaction. If the hauler is not able to bring the card with them, please contact us about setting up an account for monthly billing.
Yes, it is considered a special waste and carries a tipping fee of $80 per ton. Prior approval from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is needed to dispose of asbestos at the Georgetown County Landfill. The County must be notified 24 hours prior to disposal.
Georgetown County Tipping Fees (PDF)
No. At this time, the landfill does not sell or give away compost or wood chips to the public.
Click here to see the current closure schedule for the landfill and convenience centers.