Residential Waste Management in Bamberg County
REDUCE • REUSE • RECYCLE
Save Natural Resources, Energy and Landfill Space
Provided by the:
Public Works Department
P.O. Box 149
Bamberg, SC 29003
PHONE: (803) 245-3023
FAX: (803) 245-3090
TO SAVE NATURAL RESOURCES
- For each ton of recycled glass used to make new glass, nine gallons of fuel are saved.
- When paper is made from recycled fibers, 58 percent less water is used - compared to making paper from raw materials.
TO SAVE ENERGY
- One aluminum can saves enough energy to power a television set for one hour.
- Two gallons of used motor oil has enough energy to power the average home for 24 hours.
TO SAVE LANDFILL SPACE
- It cost tax payers millions of dollars to construct new landfills. The less that goes into a landfill, the longer it will last.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
- REDUCE the amount of waste you make.
- REUSE as many products and packages as possible.
- RECYCLE every possible material.
To complete the recycling process, BUY RECYCLED products and those packaged in recycle material.
Items Accepted for RECYCLING In Bamberg County
ALUMINUM AND STEEL CANS
Aluminum beverage and steel "tin" food cans
HOW TO PREPARE THEM? Rinse. Labels do not need to be removed.
WHERE TO RECYCLE THEM? Convenience Centers and Landfill; Adult Development Center accepts ALUMINUM CANS ONLY.
APPLIANCES (WHITE GOODS) AND SCRAP METAL
All appliances with metal parts (stoves, washers and dryers, refrigerators, grills and bicycles, etc.)
WHERE TO RECYCLE THEM? Convenience Centers and Landfill; NOTE: Refrigerators and air conditioners must be taken to the Landfill.
Used automotive, marine and lawn mower batteries
WHERE TO RECYCLE THEM? Convenience Centers and Landfill
Corrugated cardboard (no wax finish) used for packing and shipping
HOW TO PREPARE THEM? Flatten.
WHERE TO RECYCLE THEM? Convenience Centers, Landfill and Adult Development Center
Cardboard & Aluminum Cans
An additional drop-off site for CARDBOARD and ALUMINUM CAN recycling is located at Bamberg County Adult Development Center. The site is located on Highway 78 East near the intersection of Highway 321.
For more information, contact:
BAMBERG COUNTY ADULT DEVELOPMENT CENTER
P.O. Box 333
Denmark, SC 29042
CONTACT: Teresha Johnson
PHONE: (803) 793-5003
FAX: (803) 793-5003
USED MOTOR OIL
Used motor oil, filters and bottles (oil must be free of gasoline or diesel fuel) and other petroleum products
HOW TO PREPARE THEM?
Limit five gallons per trip.
WHERE TO RECYCLE THEM?
Convenience Centers and Landfill
The following petroleum products ARE ACCEPTED and may be put into the used oil collection tank:
- motor oil
- hydraulic fluid
- gear oil
- diesel fuel
- fuel oil
- automatic transmission fluid
- power steering fluid
Bamberg County Convenience Centers are for residential use only. There is no charge to use the centers. For more information or for the center nearest you, call (803) 245-3023 or use the Google Map below.
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 7am to 7pm
Saturday: 8am to 4pm
Closed Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday
All Bamberg Convenience Centers are staffed and accept household garbage.
ADULT DEVELOPMENT CENTER
For more information about the drop-off site at this location, call (803) 793-5003.
Bamberg County Convenience Centers:
- #1 Landfill
15 Landfill Road, Denmark
- #2 Govan
20954 Ehrhardt Road, Olar
- #3 Colston
2636 Colston Road, Bamberg
- #4 Hunters Chapel
6349 Farrells Road, Branchville
- #5 Pitt Road
1211 Pitt Road, Denmark
- #6 Midway
7747 Heritage Highway, Bamberg
- #7 Public Works
1785 Broxton Bridge Road, Bamberg
- #8 Adult Development Center, Denmark
Hwy 78 near the intersection of Hwy 321
- #9 Rivers Bridge
739 St. Johns Church Road, Ehrhardt