The following items may be disposed of at the landfill, but are to be kept separate from the garbage.
Tires: Tires can be brought to the Landfill, but are to be disposed of on the tire pile only. For tire fees please check out our Tire Disposal Section on our fees page.
Used Oil: We have a tank for the disposal of used oil at the landfill.
Lead Acid Batteries: We have a separate area for the storage of used lead acid batteries or you can bring them to a scrap metal dealer in your area.
Concrete: Concrete can be crushed for use on the roads or as rip-rap in streams, rivers and lakes. It can also be brought to the landfill if it is clean and free from rerod.
Metals: Ferrous and Nonferrous: Iron, tin, and white goods can be taken to scrap metal dealers in your area. We accept these items and they are to be kept separate from the garbage and brought to the appropriate areas.
Paints: We do not accept liquid paint. We will accept the container, if the lid is removed and the interior is dry. Pour kitty litter or floor-dri into the paint can to absorb the paint. Then dispose of it in the trash. If you have excess paint, give it away to a neighbor or friend.
Household Chemicals: Use it up for the intended use of the product or give the reminder to a neighbor or friend. If the container is empty, you can dispose of it in the garbage. The regional collection center for Household Hazardous Material is open and located at the landfill site. Please call for an appointment and for further information.