Appliances & Bulk Waste
Supplemental Bulk Waste Service
April 20-May 17, 2020
To assist with an increased demand for bulk waste services, the City of Greenville will be providing bulk collection containers in convenient neighborhood locations beginning on Monday, April 20. Residents will be allowed to drop off bulk items daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., through May 17.
This service is intended for city residents only, and will be monitored. Contractors also are prohibited. Residents are asked to maintain social distance by using the container one person at a time and remaining in their vehicle until they reach the front of the line.
All items must fit inside the container. Accepted items include: furniture, paint cans (filled with sand or litter to absorb liquid), dirt, rock, rubble, brick, block, concrete, wooden planks, boards, treated wood and yard waste (greater than six-feet long or six inches in diameter). The following items will not be accepted: household garbage, recyclables, hazardous building material, construction material and chemicals. City public works officials remind residents that regular curbside pickup of bulk waste will continue, but as always is limited to two items. Curbside yard waste collection also continues but is limited to items less than six-feet long or six inches in diameter.
Questions about collection services may be directed to Public Works at 864-467-4345.
Residents are encouraged find the location of a container nearest their home by visiting the City’s online, interactive bulk waste drop-off map.
For residents who have regular Monday pickup, containers will be in the following locations from Monday, April 20, to Sunday, April 26.
• Mulberry Street and Pete Hollis Boulevard
• West Greenville Community Center, 8 Rochester Street
• Juanita Butler Community Center, 2 Burns Street
• Pearl Avenue and Jones Street (near Greenville High Stadium)
• Grove Road and Hawthorne Lane
For residents who have regular Tuesday pickup, containers will be in the following locations from Monday, April 27, to Sunday, May 3.
• Bobby Pearse Community Center, 904 Townes Street
• Gallivan Street and North Main Street (across from address #13)
• Summit Drive and Reid Street (in front of #633)
• Holmes Park, 315 Twin Lake Road
• David Hellams Community Center, 111 Spartanburg Street
For residents who have regular Wednesday pickup, containers will be in the following locations from Monday, May 4 to Sunday, May 10.
• Nichol Street (at the Garden)
• Lowndes Hill Road (near Briarcliff Drive)
• Baywood Avenue (across from address #6)
• Gower Park, 9 Evelyn Avenue
• 107 Scarlett Street
For residents who have regular Thursday pickup, containers will be in the following locations from Monday, May 11 to Sunday, May 17.
• Algonquin Trail (across from address #14)
• Isbell Lane (beside address #43 in parking lot)
• Country Club Drive (across from address #25)
• Old Augusta Street and Prosperity Avenue (Pleasant Valley Center)
• Rockwood Drive (across from address #288)
Appliances such as washers, dryers, hot water heaters, refrigerators and microwaves can be scheduled for collection by calling Customer Service at 864-467-4345.
Large appliances such as stoves and refrigerators must have their doors removed for the protection and safety of small children.
Large Household Items
Large household items can be scheduled for collection by calling Customer Service at 864-467-4345. Items such as:
- Box springs
- Carpet (if installed by the homeowner)
- Lawn equipment (such as mowers)
Carpet must be cut into 4 foot wide strips and the strips must be rolled and tied. Additionally, the carpet must be no heavier than 35 pounds.