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Phone Book Recycling

Richland and Lexington County Telephone Book Recycling Drop-off locations:

  • A Recycling Center - 1009 Fontaine Rd., Columbia, SC 29223
  • City of Cayce Public Safety Department - 1800 12th St. Extension, Cayce, SC 29171
  • Bi-Lo - 6021 St. Andrews Rd., Columbia, SC 29212
  • Blythewood Branch, U.S. Post Office - 401 McNulty St., Blythewood, SC 29016
  • Clemson Sandhill Research and Education Center - 900 Clemson Rd., Columbia, SC 29229
  • Forest Acres Recycling Convenience Center - 3724 Covenant Rd., Forest Acres, SC 29206 
  • Fort Jackson Recycling Center - Building #6568 on Lee Road, Fort Jackson, SC
  • Lexington County Collection and Recycling Centers - All 12 locations (Open Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sun, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.)
  • SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) - 2600 Bull St., Columbia, SC 29201 rear parking lot; next to City of Columbia's recycling drop-off site.
  • Sonoco Recycling - 1132 Idlewilde Blvd. (off of Bluff Road), Columbia, SC 29201
  • University of South Carolina - parking lot at Gadsden and Greene Streets, caddy corner to Colonial Center parking lot

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