Greenbrier County Landfill
P.O. Box 1664
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Manager: Wayne Childers
Phone (304) 645-2489
Fax (304) 645-2367
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Landfill Receiving Hours:
Monday - Friday 8.30 AM To 4:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM To 11.30 AM
Permit Number - SWF-2068-94/WV0109452
Expires: March 18, 2020
State law (W.Va. 22C-4-10) requires you to do one of the following with your solid waste:
Subscribe to and use a solid waste collection service
Have proof that your waste is disposed of at a permitted landfill
Mandatory Garbage Disposal Program
To comply with the Mandatory Garbage Disposal Program, there are only two methods available to the county residents for the proper disposal of garbage. These are:
- Subscription to a PSC approved collection/disposal service. The municipalities of Lewisburg, Rainelle, Ronceverte and White Sulphur Springs provide collection/disposal services for their citizens.
- County residents (not living in the above municipalities) and businesses may elect to transport their garbage/trash to a permitted landfill and pay the current tipping rate for disposal. The landfill can be located in another county, but that landfill must hold a permit from DEP.
It is very important for residents who deliver their trash/garbage at an approved landfill to retain receipts verifying payment of tipping fees. Such receipts must be signed and dated by landfill personnel and identify the landfill and its address. The quantity of trash must be included on the receipt, either by number of bags or weight. If the solid waste delivered by the individual resident is not household trash and garbage, the receipt must include a description of the material.
Solid Waste Definition
Solid waste includes but is not limited to newspaper, bottles, garbage, trash, discarded household furniture, appliances, tires, carcasses of dead animals, cigarette butts, shingles, construction and demolition waste and other waste materials.
What is illegal?
It's illegal to burn solid waste (W.Va. 22-5-6), bury solid waste (W.Va. 22-15-10), dump solid waste in or near a stream or body of water (W.Va. 20-7-28), dump solid waste into a roadside dump (W.Va. 20-7-26), or create an open dump on your property (W.Va. 22-15-10.)
Criminal penalties range from fines of $2,500 to $25,000 per day of violation and/or incarceration for up to one year.
Items Not Accepted At Greenbrier County Landfill But Not Limited To:
- Gas Tanks
- No Free Liquids
- No Tanks or Drums that have not been rinsed and crushed
- No Hazardous Waste of any kind
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