Need a convenient location to dump soil? Help Greenville County Recreation and get a donation receipt!

Greenville County Recreation is working with the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority to turn Poe Mill into a park. Part of the site clean up requires Greenville County Recreation to cover all existing dirt surfaces with 3′ of dirt. 

Greenville County Recereation needs a lot of soil to cover this ground, and is willing give a donation receipt through Greater Greenville Parks Foundation to those who can help bring soil to Poe Mill. It is a convenient location to dump topsoil and mineral soil for those projects that need to haul dirt somewhere.

If you are interested please contact Ty Houck, the Director of Greenways, Natural and Historic Resources for the Greenville County Parks at (864) 676-2180 ext 141.

Spring Clean and Help Others–All in One!

Do you have “stuff” you no longer need? Please consider a donation to Habitat’s ReStores to help build affordable homes for Greenville families in need.

We accept almost everything – and the kitchen sink! We take household and office furnishings of all types, including cabinets, furniture, fixtures and appliances. We also accept used (and new!) building materials, including electrical supplies and fixtures, tile, doors, windows, and hardware, electronics and tools in working order, and children’s items.

With three locations, there’s one near you:

  • Downtown (on Rutherford Road near Poinsett Highway)
  • Taylors/Greer (on Wade Hampton Blvd. near Target)
  • Simpsonville (on Highway 14 near Main Street)

Or schedule a pick up!
Give us a call at 312-5016 and we’ll send our truck and courteous drivers to pick up your donation.
Click here to submit a request for donation pickup through the ReStore web page.

How Habitat Helps
Habitat’s ReStores support the homebuilding program of Habitat Greenville. Qualifying families complete sweat equity and homeowner education, then pay an affordable mortgage that helps build Habitat homes for more families. Learn more about the Habitat ReStore.