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Landfill and drop off facilities in Greenville

Greenville County Twin Chimneys Landfill  is a first rate facility which is classified as Subtitle D landfill which employs high tech designed geotextile materials which stops waste from seeping into underground water sources. Very interesting article, so click on the above link and get some insight into what cities and counties are doing to help protect the environment.

The Twin Chimneys Landfill is located at:
11075 Augusta Rd.
Honea Path, SC 29654
Phone: (864)-243-9672

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday:
7:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 4:00pm

The requirements mandated by The Resouce Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) were met in the construction of this landfill. The county goes to great lengths to ensure that the underground water is safe. They accomplish this task by installing groundwater monitoring wells. And the county has assured the public that they will continue with this process up to 30 years after the landfill has been closed.

What is being done to Build Safer Landfills

With pollution the number one concern with landfills, regulations have been put in place to help mitigate the problem of pollution. The landfill owner must comply with laws where landfills cannot be placed. Including, wetlands, fault zones, flood plains, and in the vicinity of an airport.

There are three types of waste disposal; Sanitary, Incineration, and Composting.
Incineration is considered the preferred method. This is because it can burn up to 80% of all trash and it does provide an energy source because of the heat that is generated. However, it is less than ideal because of the pollutants that are released into the air. But technology is in improving to capture the particulates that this method generates. But it is very expensive technology.

The next method of disposing of waste is Composting. Though composting isn’t used much but the benefit this method provides is the breaking down of the organic matter into a fertilizer. Thus, it takes trash and it becomes reusable. And it is a very inexpensive and a practical solution to preventing pollution.

The third alternative is Sanitary which in the past were once called open dumps. But now they employ liners, collection systems for leachate, and underground water monitoring systems. These systems must also have a methane collection component too. The EPA oversees the designs of the liners and they must meet strict guidelines.

According to the EPA, 250 million tons of trash is generated each year in the United States. Recycling and composting captured almost 90 million tons of waste in one recent year and by using these methods it helped cut down on pollution, especially carbon dioxide immensely. Equal to taking 45 million cars off the road. Though we still have a long way to go, reducing 1/3 of waste materials is a giant step in the right direction.

Though we have made great leaps, considering that 250 million tons figure, progress, slowly but surely, is being made. Back in 1980 we only were diverting 15 million of waste a year. That has to be encouraging and hope is always springing eternal.

What Constituents Hazard Waste in Greenville

The following is sampling of what is considered hazardous waste:

  • Kerosene
  • Solvents
  • Photographic chemicals
  • Turpentine
  • Propane tanks
  • Paints
  • Brake fluid

The EPA monitors and provides input to what makes something hazardous. A pamphlet that was written by the EPA contains a more sweeping view of these products. The city and county of Greenville makes it easy for its residents to dispose of these wastes.

Facilities Greenville Residents can take Hazardous Waste

The County of Greenville has a landfill where its citizens can use to drop off hazardous waste. It is called The Twin Chimneys Landfill and it is located at:

11075 Augusta Rd.
Honea Path, SC 29654
Phone: (864)-243-9672

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday:
7:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 4:00pm

The landfill does have a residential drop-off area or unit for residents who wish to rid their household hazardous waste in a safe manner, efficient manner.

The county has compiled a brochure for environmental education purposes. It discusses issues such as:

  • What an Air/Basin Shed is
  • What are Wetlands
  • It provides tours, classes, and programs to help educate the public on waste treatment.
  • Offers grease handling tips and so forth

The County of Greenville provides many solutions in disposing of hazardous materials. It is up to all of us to understand what hazardous waste is, how and where to dispose of these materials. Education is the first step towards eliminating or cutting back on the use of these products. If we take the time to do the research, many products that are harmful can be easily replaced with a superior item.

When you are at the supermarket, take the time to explore the aisles and look for green products. Read labels to see what you are bringing  into your home. No one intentionally wants to harm their families, but we are when we don’t take the time to explore what else is out there to use. In addition there a ton of sites online that will educate you and provide alternative solutions to everyday products. By taking some initiative you can provide a better environment for both your household and the community at large. Help keep the world we all share a safer place to live.

Recycling in Greenville, South Carolina

The county has approximately 13 recycling drop-off boxes. These are unstaffed and operate 24/7. The county also has a page to help recycle those “Hard to Recycle Items” It provides locations to get rid of items such as:

  • Cars and they can be taken to: Wheels For Wishes
    Nonprofit benefiting Make-A-Wish South Carolina
  • Scrap metal: CMC Recycling 7931 Valley Falls Road, Spartanburg, SC 29303

To name just a few items. The county has also put together a comprehensive brochure that tells you just about everything you need to know about recycling in Greenville. What and where to recycle and it also includes maps just in case you are new to the area.

Below is a list of some items that can be recycled:

  • Appliances
  • Cooking oil
  • E-Waste such as computers
  • Tires
  • Steel cans
  • Lead-acid batteries
  • Eyeglasses

Some of the exceptions to recycling include:

  • Wax-coated paper
  • No oil based paint
  • Plastic bags.

Read the brochure to see all the items that can and cannot be recycled. Some items can only be recycled if you are a resident.

The county has also provided some information to increase your knowledge about recycling called, “Learn About Recyclables

Take advantage of all the County of Greenville resources that are available at your finger tips to help you better understand how recycling can improve your own life and the beautiful city of Greenville.

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