Yard Waste & Appliance Pickup
Yard Debris Pickup Schedule
The Public Works Department Solid Waste Division is working diligently to address our annual leaf season collection. Currently, the Division has eight crews and three street sweepers working six days per week, collecting the nearly 12 million pounds of leaves expected throughout the city this season. We are asking for your patience and understanding during this leaf season.
The yard waste crew location will be posted daily until the season ends. Please check back to monitor our progress.
Yard waste crews are working in zone 1 today, March 26, 2018.
The City will collect your yard waste on the same collection day as your garbage and recycling. To ensure collection, place materials at the curb by 7 a.m. Please place items in separate piles at least three feet away from obstacles such as mailboxes, utility poles, and automobiles.
The City will collect: grass clippings, leaves and limbs (no longer than 6 feet long or 6 inches in diameter). Please keep leaves separate from branches and limbs.
- Consider Composting. Call 864-467-8300 for more information.
- Do not bag yard debris. Leave it at the curb.
- Do not cause clogs by piling leaves near storm drains, inlets, culverts or ditches.
- Do not pile leaves or yard debris on water meters, sewer clean-out pipes, or next to signs, fences or mailboxes.
- In dry weather dampen your piles of leaves with water prior to collection.
- Keep leaves separate from branches and limbs.
- The City will collect your yard waste on the same collection day as your garbage and recycling. To ensure collection, place materials at the curb by 7 a.m. Please place items in separate piles at least three feet away from obstacles such as mailboxes, utility poles, and automobiles.
- The City will collect: grass clippings, leaves and limbs (no longer than 6 feet long or 6 inches in diameter). Please keep leaves separate from branches and limbs.
- Rake leaves/grass clippings into a loose pile at the curb. Please allow 12-inches from curb face for rainwater flow.
The Solid Waste Division will remove dead animals on City streets and by the curb - we cannot pick up animals on private property. Contact Customer Service at 864-467-4345 to arrange removal of dead animals.
Large household items can be scheduled for collection by calling Customer Service at 864-467-4345. Items such as:
- Box springs
- Carpet (if installed by the homeowner)
- Lawn equipment (such as mowers)
MulchYou can create your own mulch. To learn more about composting and generating your own mulch, see our composting program information. Free mulch is available at the Twin Chimneys Landfill for give away to individuals, businesses and landscapers. Our mulch consists of ground-up yard waste (i.e. tree limbs, logs, leaves and grass clippings) collected throughout the county.
By using our mulch, citizens help the environment and at the same time help Greenville County hold down landfill space and costs. Mulch is also useful in the garden to conserve water, maintain weed control, and to provide nutrients for plants.
Complimentary Loading Hours (landfill staff is unavailable to load mulch at any other time):
- Thursday, Friday and Saturday
- 9 a.m. - Noon
- 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
- Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Half scoop is free and additional full scoops may be purchased for $15 per scoop. Bulk rate is $16.50 per ton.
View the map for directions to the landfill. For more Information from Greenville County, visit the county website or call 864-243-9672.
Appliances such as washers, dryers, hot water heaters, refrigerators and microwaves can be scheduled for collection by calling Customer Service at 864-467-4345.
Large appliances such as stoves and refrigerators must have their doors removed for the protection and safety of small children.