Solid Waste & Trash Truck
All county residents
Trash, garbage, tires, infectious waste, and other miscellaneous debris (construction and demolition debris) must be properly disposed of at an approved EPA facility. Improper disposal of items can lead to potential water contamination, increase rodent activity, and overall an aesthetically unpleasant appearance.
The Environment Health Division registered all trash trucks that carry garbage and other debris to the sanitary landfills or transfer facilities. Staff will inspect all licensed facilities that handle solid and infectious waste to ensure proper disposal.
- Respond to complaints from citizens and other agencies regarding solid waste issues
- Inspect each trash truck that is registered to haul and collect trash in Greene County
- Inspect all licensed facilities that handle or dispose of solid and infectious waste
WHERE DO I TAKE ITEMS TO BE RECYCLED?
Contact the Greene County Environmental Services Division located at 2145 Greene Way Blvd, Xenia, OH 45385 at 937-562-5925.
HOW DO I FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE HEALTH DISTRICT?
To register or file a complaint you must know the address of the property or the location of the complaint and be able to give specific information about the complaint. Please submit the complaint form to the Health District or contact the office at 937-374-5606 or 1-866-858-3588. The complaint will be investigated by the Environmental Staff.
I FOLLOWED A TRASH TRUCK THAT APPEARED TO BE LEAKING OR WAS NOT IN GOOD SHAPE, WHAT DO I DO?
Please submit the complaint form to the Health District or contact the office at 937-374-5606 or 1-866-858-3588. You must be able to list the company name of the trash truck and the location of the complaint. The complaint will be investigated by the Environmental Staff.
I WANT TO FILL IN MY LOT, WHAT STEPS DO I NEED TO TAKE?
Only clean hard fill material may be used to fill in a low area on your land. Please refer to the clean hard fill fact sheet for more information. Land area that is within the 100 year flood plain cannot be filled or disturbed. Contact the Greene County Flood Plain Administrator, Al Kuzma, at 937-562-7450 if you want to fill in an area prone to flooding or near a stream or creek. Also contact your local Zoning Inspector to determine if there are local regulations about filling in low areas.