If you’re new to the area, you may have questions about utilities, services, and other things. Here is some information that will help you navigate the terrain. Be sure to visit our Important Websites and Important Numbers pages. Welcome to Edgefield!
Depending on your location, electricity and natural gas are provided either by SCE&G or by Aiken Electric Cooperative. Telephone service is provided by AT&T. Cable service is provided by Northland Cable in Greenwood. However, many residents choose a satellite television service such as DIRECTV or Dish Network. Water service is provide by the Edgefield County Water and Sewer Authority. You can find numbers for all of these utilities on our Important Numbers page.
Depending on your location, your residential trash is collected on Tuesday or Wednesday of each week. View a map of residential trash collection days. Commercial trash is collected on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays. Recyclables are collected on the third Thursday of each month.
Collection is not provided for brown goods (furniture, mattresses, etc.) or white goods (appliances, stoves, refrigerators, etc.). These items must be taken to the convenience center past Strom Thurmond High School on S.C. Hwy. 23.
Limbs, Brush and Leaves (cellulosic material) CAN NOT be deposited in rollcarts or green bin containers. The Town will collect these items curbside provided the materials were not produced by a contractor. Maximum 40 lbs. or less on all leaves, pine straw, and grass cuttings and must be bagged or boxed.
Building Materials or construction debris will not be collected by the Town.
No grease, oil, paint or hazardous materials will be collected.
Yes: Aluminum and steel (tin) cans
Yes: Corrugated cardboard boxes, beverage cartons, food container boxes, shoe boxes, etc.
No: Waxed boxes
Yes: Newspapers with inserts, magazines, catalogs, and other paper products
Yes: Plastic milk jugs, soft drink containers, all other plastics with an I or a 2 symbol on the bottle (cooking oil, peanut butter, etc.). Remove lids, rings, and caps and rinse containers thoroughly.
No: Cardboard milk cartons, juice cartons, egg cartons, or any other plastic container
All recyclables must be clean and uncontaminated.