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Yes. Georgetown County will accept both at our convenience centers. Milk Cartons should be placed in the cardboard containers, while milk jugs should be placed with the plastic.
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View a map of all convenience center locations (PDF), along with hours of operation.
Yes. Only residential electronic waste is accepted, one unit per household per day. For more information, see the Electronic Waste section.
Yes. Only residential paint waste is accepted. It can be brought to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility located at the Landfill Convenience Center.
Yard waste in plastic bags is banned from the convenience centers and the landfill. Kraft paper bags may be used. Call the landfill office for more information at 843-545-3443.
Plastic, glass and metal cans should be rinsed. Cardboard boxes should be broken down so they are flat. Discard caps for glass containers before recycling.
Mixed gas and oil, old or bad gasoline, or diesel fuel can be disposed of at all centers. Gas/oil collection is located under the covered shed areas. Please ask the attendant for assistance. Motor oils and fuels should be kept separate from cooking oils.
Cooking oil is accepted at all centers. Please keep it separate from any motor oil. It is accepted under the covered shed area at your community Convenience Center. Please ask the attendant for assistance.
Yes! The public is welcome to tour the facility. To schedule a tour, call 843-545-3443.
No. However, recycling is strongly encouraged, and we try to make it as easy and convenient as possible.
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