From the Smith County Commissioner's Court:
During the Smith County Wide Clean Up, March 31- April 12, citizens can bring trash and bulky items to the Greenwood Farms Landfill for free. Citizens will also have the opportunity to drop off bulky items at two additional locations this Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Spring Creek Baptist Church, 13915 CR 46 and Jones Valley Church of God in Christ on Texas College Rd.
Vouchers are now available to the public that can be exchanged for one free visit to the Greenwood Farms Landfill or, on Saturday only, Spring Creek Baptist Church and Jones Valley Church of God in Christ. Smith County residents may dispose of three cubic yards of trash and bulky items per person (the approximate equivalent of a full-sized truck bed). Vouchers are available to pick up at all Justice of the Peace and Constable Precinct offices or at the Smith County Courthouse Annex. There is a limit of one voucher per household and businesses may not participate in the voucher program.
Twice a year the Smith County Environmental Crimes Unit, Smith County Sheriff's Office, Precinct Constables and Smith County Commissioners Court team up to host the Smith County Wide Clean Up event.
The vouchers may be used at Greenwood Farms Landfill Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and on Saturday 6:30 a.m. to noon. The vouchers are accompanied by a detailed list of items that Greenwood Farms Landfill; an Allied Waste Company will not accept. Directions and a map to the Greenwood Farms Landfill are also provided.
Items not accepted during the County Wide Clean Up include: hazardous waste, pesticides, herbicides, solvents, gasoline, oils, paint, acid, batteries, asbestos, Freon, whole tires, refrigerators, freezers, televisions and computers.