Curbside Collections through Saturday: To help residents remove trash as soon as possible, Richland County Solid Waste & Recycling (SW&R) is working to pick up household garbage curbside through Saturday night. Crews will get to as many residences as they can. (This emergency service is for household garbage only. No recyclables.)
Richland County SW&R will begin normal curbside household trash and recycling collection the week of Oct. 12
A mixture of yard waste and tree debris (no tree trunks) will be collected on normal yard waste collection days beginning the week of Oct. 12.
Furniture and bulky items that are placed curbside with your storm debris will be collected without an appointment being scheduled the week of Oct. 12.
The Richland County C&D Landfill Drop-off Center and Lower Richland Drop-off Center are operating at regular hours. Both sites have receptacles for household garbage and storm debris.
Richland County Solid Waste & Recycling has large trash receptacles for residents to dispose of household garbage only at the following locations:
- Richland County Public Works, 400 Powell Road
- Trenholm Park, 3900 Covenant Road
- Richland County Recreation Center, 7473 Parklane Road
- Dennys Terrace Community Center, 6429 Bishop Avenue
- Forest Lake Park, 6820 Wedgefield Road
- Crane Creek Community Center, 7405 Fairfield Road
- Pine Grove Community Center, 937 Piney Woods Road
- Caughman Road Park, 2800 Trotter Road
- Richland County Recreation Center, 8614 Garners Ferry Rd
- North Springs Park, 1320 Clemson Road
- Polo Road Park, 730 Polo Road
- Meadow Lake Park, 524 Beckman Road
- Blythewood Park, 126 Boney Road
- Crossroad Community Center, 2750 McCord Ferry Road
- Hopkins Park, 150 Hopkins Park
- Friars Gate Park, 1712 Chad Ford Road
- Bluff Road Park, 148 Carswell Drive