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Lexington County Administration Building is open to the Public Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Backyard composting classes are available free of charge to Lexington County residents. Courses on Backyard Composting, and Building your own Rain Barrel are called Backyard Benefits Classes and are offered three times per year on Saturdays and can be offered on request as staff availability allows. The course fees from the Backyard Benefits courses are to take home a rain barrel after you complete building one.
What are you doing with your raw fruit and vegetable scraps? Your yard debris? Instead of throwing these items in the trash, consider composting them.
You've probably heard about it, but what exactly is composting? Composting is nature's way of recycling. Microorganisms break down organic material - like yard trimmings and food scraps - into a dark, crumbly, soil-like material that can be used for gardening and landscaping.
Your compost is free material for fertilizing your garden and lawn. It will improve your soil quality, retain water and improve water drainage.
Make your own BLACK GOLD!!
If you purchase a bin from Lexington County, you may be eligible for a counter compost bin and thermometer while supplies last.
To qualify, watch the short composting video and take the quiz below.
When complete, email email@example.com for instructions on getting the bins.
Lexington County Backyard Composting Packet: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
*ONE COUNTERTOP BIN PER QUIZ COMPLETION AND/OR PER HOUSEHOLD
For specific instructions on backyard composting, see the following resources:
-Contact our operator, Atlas Organics at (877) 676-7715 with questions and availability. The Edmund Landfill no longer has compost or mulch available for sale.