Solid Waste Management Department
The Solid Waste Management Department supervises, coordinates, and administers:
~ Collection and Recycling Centers
~ Franchise garbage collection in unincorporated areas
~ Closed landfill monitoring
~ Construction and demolition landfill operations
~ Municipal solid waste transfer station operations
~ Recycling collection and processing
Provide quality services to our citizens at a reasonable cost.
Planned growth for our communities with abundant opportunities for all in a quality environment.
Current News and Events
Lexington County Franchise Collection Service – Waste Industries Customers Rate Increase
Effective October 1, 2015 customers receiving Curbside Solid Waste and Recycling Collection service from Waste Industries (WI) will see an increase in their quarterly service rate. The current rate of $47.67 will increase to $48.45 per quarter or an increase of $0.78 per quarter. This increase is the first that Waste Industries customers have experienced since the contract for this service began in 2008 and reflects a Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase in expenses that the industry has experienced. The Quarterly billing that customers will be receiving in September for the October through December quarter will reflect this increase. This increase does not affect customers that currently receive service from the County’s other collection service provider, Advanced Disposal.
October 30, 2015 11:00a - 1:00p Event Flyer
Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the Spring Hill High School, 11629 Broad River Road, Chapin. Includes Household Hazardous Waste Collection, Electronics, Tires, Scrap Metal and Paper Shredding. (Flyer Attached)