Wood Grinding and Compost Facility
Edmund Wood Grinding and Compost Facility Announcements
Compost Now Available!
Compost is now available for pick-up by residents, businesses or municipalities at the Edmund Wood Grinding and Compost Facility located at 498 Landfill Lane, Lexington, SC 29072. Lexington County Compost is high carbon/low nitrogen product made from clean wood waste, greenery, grass clippings, and leaves. We are a proud participant of the US Composting Council and our compost is certified through the US Composting Council Seal of Testing Assurance Program. Our compost is also a Certified South Carolina Product®.
Charges for the COMPOST are:
$30 per ton (approximately 2.5 cubic yards)
*Average load for a standard pick-up truck or small trailer is about a 1/2 ton.
Shredded Wood Mulch Available
Shredded Wood Mulch is available for pick-up by residents, businesses or municipalities at the Edmund Wood Grinding and Compost Facility located at 498 Landfill Lane, Lexington, SC 29072. Please note that shredded mulch has not been refined, colored or treated and is not recommended for use directly against a residence or building. Mulch is suitable for around trees, gardens, erosion control areas, along water ways or trails.
Charges for the MULCH are:
Pickup Truck or Small Trailer:
$10.00 per load (2.8 cubic yards=two bucket loads)
$20.00 per ton (Any size)
For more information, please contact the Lexington County Solid Waste Management Department at 803-755-3325.
Help Turn Wood Waste Into Fuel
Clean wood waste is now being accepted at the Edmund C&D Landfill and the Ball Park, Bush River, Chapin, Edmund and Sandhills Collection and Recycling Centers for grinding. Clean wood waste includes: branches and shrubbery (with minimal leaves), stumps, clean lumber (residential waste only), and pallets only (no pine straw or leaves). At the designated Collection Centers, place the clean wood waste in the compactor labeled “Clean Wood Only”. At the landfill, the scale house attendant will direct you where to take the clean wood.
Before coming to the landfill, separate the clean wood from other trash and construction debris. The wood chips will be marketed as boiler fuel. Currently, yard debris is buried in the Lexington County Edmund C&D Landfill. Grinding the clean wood will extend the life of the landfill and save other natural resources from being used as boiler fuel. For more information on the wood waste grinding, contact the Edmund Landfill at (803) 755-3325.
Accepted as Clean Wood Waste:
NOT Accepted as Clean Wood Waste (C&D):