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Convenience Center Decals Now Required for Dump

Dump Decals Now Required

As of January 1, 2021, decals will be required for all Beaufort County property owners in order to use County Convenience Centers.

The decal system is being introduced to prevent contractor and out-of-county abuse of waste collection locations. Increased enforcement presence will be promoted to deter illegal dumping.

One physical decal will be issued per Beaufort County property owner. In addition, an electronic copy will be issued for use on cell phones, allowing other members of the household entry if they are using a different vehicle.

Each household will be allowed 2 visits per week to a Convenience Center.

Beaufort County property owners can apply for a decal using the online form at Applications will also be available at all County convenience centers for Beaufort County residents to fill out.

In addition, note that the Convenience Center at 316 Castle Rock Road in Beaufort and the Pritchardville Convenience Center at 270 Gibbet Road in Bluffton are now permanently closed.

These changes come after months of evaluation, public comment, County Council input and resident feedback with the goal of keeping all Convenience Centers safe, environmentally compliant, and easily accessible, while saving County taxpayers money.

For questions, call the Beaufort County Solid Waste and Recycling Department at 843-255-2930.

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6 Responses to “Convenience Center Decals Now Required for Dump”

  • Arthur ford
    Written on

    I need to dispose of a small chest freezer.what would be the best option for us. How much is decal for dump? It would only be a one time deal.
    Thank you Art Ford 843-338-6103

    • Wendy Sanders
      Written on

      I found this information on the Beaufort County website that might help…
      Information for Renters
      If you are a renter and your house/apt/condo/etc. is owned by a person and not a commercial business then you will need to reach out to the property owner as they are the ones responsible for applying for the decal. If you have a property management company, that manages the property for the owner, they may be able to apply for the owner if their contract with the owner allows.

      If you live in an apartment complex that is owned by a commercial business, they are responsible for providing trash disposal. If you live at one of these complex and need to dispose of something larger than is allowed, you can take the large items to the Oakwood Landfill (751 Strobhart Rd, Ridgeland, SC 29936).

      All Beaufort County residents including renters will still be able to access recycling. Recycling to all will be available at Shanklin (80 Shanklin Rd, Beaufort, SC 29906) and Bluffton (104 Simmonsville Road, Bluffton, SC 29910).

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