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Dillon County Solid Waste Management

Notice for Recycling...

Dillon County is working hard to recycle solid waste.  Recycling this waste saves landfill space, conserves our natural resources, saves energy, preserves clean air and water, and can save money and create jobs.  Paper and cardboard together make up 73% of the materials in landfills.  About 40% of household garbage contains paper products that can by recycled.  Recycling has a great potential to stimulate our local economy.  Recycling generates revenues through the sales of the collected materials.  Recycling also saves taxpayers money because it eliminates handling cost that would have been associated with those materials.  Recycling in Dillon County has the potential to reduce solid waste cost by thousands.

Choices made by you today can preserve the tomorrow of Dillon County!

Charlie Brown, Landfill Supervisor
901 Landfill Road 
Dillon, SC 29536

Phone: (843) 774-1436

Fax: (843) 841-8835

Recycling Center Hours:
8:00 am-5:00 pm (Monday-Friday)

Convenience Center Sites
Hours: M, W, F, Sat 6am-6pm

Bingham Site:      3428 Highway 34 West, Latta  29565        (843)774-9166
Floydale Site:       2767 Highway 57 South, Dillon, 29536      (843)774-1852
Fork Site:            3914 Highway 41 Alt., For  29543             (843)464-4236
Hamer Site:         232 Sandy Ridge Rd, Dillon, 29536           (843)841-3705
Highway 34 Site:  1640 Highway 34 West, Dillon, 29536       (843)841-3701
Kemper Site:        2227 Hwy 41 South, Lake View,29563      (843)759-9778
Latta Site:            3163 Highway 301 South, Latta, 29565    (843)752-9412
Little Rock Site:    1602 Harllees Bridge Rd, Dillon,  29536    (843)841-3702
New Town Site:     817 Highway 57 South, Dillon, 29536      (843)841-3704
Oak Grove Site:     149 Gary Rd, Latta, 29565                      (843)752-4531
Riverdale Site:       131 Pleasant Hill Rd, Dillon, 29536          (843)841-3703


What Can I Recycle?


These sites offer residents the opportunity to recycle: 
*white goods                 *scrap metal                          *lead acid batteries
*used motor oil              *oil filters                              *tires
*cardboard                    *newspapers 

Paper items that can be recycled include:
*corrugated cardboard (has the wavy lines in-between)
*newspapers and inserts
*phone books
*office paper
*old books 

This program accepts both working and non-working equipment to include: 
*monitors                         *computers                 *printers
*keyboards                       *VCR's                        *DVD
*small peripherals             *phone equipment        *video/audio equipment
*network or test equipment

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