Franklin County Sanitary Landfill


3851 London-Groveport Rd., Grove City, OH 43123 


From downtown Columbus: Follow Interstate 71 south towards Grove City and Jackson Township. Exit the interstate at exit 97 (London-Groveport Road ) and turn right (travel west). The entrance to FCSL is located on the left (south) side of the road approximately ½ mile from the interstate.


$39.75 per ton (Direct-Haul, In-District Solid Waste)

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 5:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday - 6:00 am - 12:00 pm

Please be aware of our Holiday Schedule which includes some limited hours of operation and closures. 

Tarps & Safety Vests

  • All customers must have a tarp on their loads when they enter the FCSL. 
  • All customers must wear a vest on the landfill if they exit their vehicles.

For your convenience, tarps and high-visibility safety vests may be purchased at the FCSL Scale House.  

Pricing (including sales tax)

  • Large Tarp (10 feet by 18 feet) - $15
  • Small Tarp (8 feet by 16 feet) - $10
  • Vest - $5

About the Franklin County Sanitary Landfill (FCSL)

The FCSL is a municipal solid waste landfill designed to protect the environment regulated by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Every year, approximately a million tons of waste is disposed of at FCSL. 

How does the Franklin County Sanitary Landfill benefit me?

The FCSL benefits the region by keeping costs low, operations transparent, and making the public's safety and the health of the environment top priorities. Learn more about why the FCSL is an asset to Franklin County families, residents, and businesses. 

How much life does the landfill have left?

The FCSL currently has about 42 years of life left. In 2018, SWACO received approval from the Ohio EPA for a new permit to install. The new permit will allow SWACO to:   

  •  Add more than 30 years of landfill capacity on our existing property 
  •  Ensure adequate landfill space remains available for area residents and businesses
  •  Provides access to safe and efficient disposal for nearly the next two generations

In November 2016, the Columbus Dispatch recognized SWACO's efforts to extend the life of the landfill. Read the article: Recycling plan could extend the life of Franklin County landfill