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Question DetailsAsked on 5/17/2015

where can i get fill dirt to build up land in Pineville, SC?

any contractors looking to get rid of fill dirt in Berkeley County, SC?

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Contractors generally do not havae the time to troll sites like this looking for work prospects - so you will have to contact Excavation or Landscaping companies (your Search the List category) to see if anybody knows of a source getting rid of common fill.


And be sure you look at it on-site FIRST for suitability for your use, and also be there to look at each truckload as it comes in to be sure they are not dumping construction debris, asbestos or oil contaminated waste, land clearing debris, etc on you.


Also - pay attention to permitting requirements - depending on area, covering in excess of about 100SF in some areas (except with lawn topsoil), over 10-50 yards in others, over 3 to 6 feet thick in most areas, and certainly if intruding on wetlands, drainage or stream channel, etc. Planning and Zoning Department is your usual first stop for that sort of issue.

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