The City offers weekly trash removal and recycling pick up throughout the year to our residents and businesses.
Purchase Trash & Recycling Bins
City-approved trash receptacles and recycling bins can be purchased by residents and businesses by visiting the Business Development Department at Mauldin City Hall, 5 East Butler Road. Bins may only be purchased by cash or check. Once your bin has been purchased, it will be delivered to your address within 48 hours, excluding weekends and holidays.
- Green street trash can (for residential waste): $65
- Blue Recycling Bins: $25
The rollout container and its care are each resident’s responsibility. It should be cleaned regularly and kept closed to keep out water. Store the container beside or behind the house or in an enclosure.
Trash & Recycling Pickup Requirements
- Place the container along the curb or edge of street prior to 7:30 AM, but no earlier than 7:30 PM on the night before your collection day.
- Remove and store the container from the street by 7:30 PM on collection day.
- The front of the container must face the street with the hinge and wheels toward the house, and it must not be obstructed by objects such as fences, mailboxes, vehicles, etc.
- The green rollout container must be used for storage and disposal of household garbage.
- Either the blue bin or blue roll cart must be used for all recycling items.
- Recycling container should be placed next to green rollout trash container.
Please note: Glass is NO LONGER collected as a recyclable material.
- Aluminum beverage cans, aluminum foil, and aluminum pie pans rinsed and clean of food
- Dry newspaper, inserts, brown paper bags
- Magazines, catalogs, mailers, telephone books
- Junk mail including envelopes with windows
- Copy paper, notebook paper and computer paper (continuous form, perforated paper)
- Plastic bottles and jugs with a neck and marked with a chasing arrow and a #1 – #7 on the bottom (e.g., milk jugs, water jugs, detergent bottles, beverage bottles, etc.)
- Food and beverage steel “tin” cans including empty aerosol cans – all sizes
- Cardboard (e.g., moving boxes, appliance boxes, etc.),
- Paperboard (e.g., cereal boxes, shoe boxes, beverage boxes that have been broken down)
- Loose garbage
- Car batteries
- Construction materials (concrete, lumber, bricks, etc.)
- Carpet and carpet padding
- Combustive materials (alcohols, acetone, gasoline, solvents, etc.)
- Liquid paint (we only collect paint containers if all paint has been completely dried out with cat litter or sand and the containers are set beside the roll out trash bin for collection)
- Petroleum based products and other dangerous materials
Street sweeping keeps our community clean and safe by removing dirt, garbage, petroleum products, vegetation and other materials that regularly collect on our streets and paths. Storm drainage systems are designed to drain excess rain and ground water from streets, parking lots, footpaths, sidewalks, and roofs. Keeping our storm drains clear helps reduce pollution and flooding.
The city will collect yard debris that follows the guidelines below and operates curbside leaf pickup throughout the year on an as-needed basis.
- All items must be placed curbside
- Grass and small hedge trimmings must be bagged, tied closed, and placed on the street.
- Loose leaves may be placed at the curb or edge of street to be vacuumed
- Catch basins, inlets, and gutters should be kept free of leaves and debris.
- Limited amounts of tree limbs and bush trimmings (4 cubic ft.) will be collected by the city. Materials shall be piled as neatly as possible. Limbs are to be no larger than 6 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter.
- Loose yard debris should not be placed in trash containers. Trash receptacles containing loose yard debris will not be emptied.
- Yard debris should not be co-mingled. Please place leaves in a pile separate from limbs.
- Please keep all curbside piles away from catch basins to prevent storm drain clogging.
- Soil, sod, and other excavated material
- Yard waste produced and collected by contractors who work for city residents must be disposed of by the contractor.
Mauldin Sanitation crews will collect curbside Christmas trees. Residents may also drop off trees at Springfield Park after removing all lights and decorations including garland and tinsel.
The Street Division provides sidewalk and road maintenance for all City-owned streets, which is approximately 80 miles. They are also responsible for maintaining storm drains including pipe and catch basin cleaning, pipe replacement, ditch cleaning, repair of catch basin tops, and easement maintenance.
The City of Mauldin Public Works Department Street Division is responsible for the maintenance of municipal streets and associated stormwater drainage infrastructure within city right of ways and their dedicated easements. The division is also responsible for maintaining various drainage ditches by keeping them free of debris to permit adequate stormwater flow. The public streets in Mauldin are maintained either by the City or by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT).
PARKS & GROUNDS DIVISION
All Mauldin parks and facility grounds are maintained by our Parks & Grounds Division. Working hard to ensure a clean city, they are responsible for grounds maintenance and beautification.
Maintenance and Beautification
Our Parks & Grounds team is responsible for maintaining parks, walking trails, facility grounds and several miles of right-of-ways within City limits. This includes but is not limited to:
- Maintaining flower beds
- Mowing, marking, irrigation, and lighting
- Weed and litter control
- Maintaining restrooms and shelters
- Maintaining park fields prior to and during games.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE DIVISION
Our maintenance team handles upkeep on all city buildings, including repairing and monitoring HVAC, electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems.
FLEET MAINTENANCE DIVISION
Our fleet maintenance team has been staffed with two experienced mechanics who have offered their extensive knowledge of repair and maintenance for all city vehicles and equipment for nearly 30 years.
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