Transfer Station Rules
- Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) containing items
- Closed drums, polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) waste
- Commercial loads of electronics, including televisions, office machines, and computer equipment
- Debris from non-hazardous chemical spills
- Friable asbestos
- Fuel tanks, used oil filters or other devices that use to contain petroleum-based compounds such as gasoline, fuel oil, hydraulic fluid, lubricants or other chemicals
- Hazardous waste
- High-pH and low-pH materials
- Infectious or hospital waste
- Lead acid batteries
- Motor-driven vehicles
- Pesticides or other home use chemicals
- Refrigerators, air conditioners, or any item containing Freon
- Sandblast grit and non-liquid paint wastes
- Spent filter media residue
- Scavenging is prohibited.
- Residents must show a valid driver’s license and/or current utility bill as proof of residency.
- Users of the landfill are admitted under the direction of the attendant on duty
- Incoming loads will be inspected on a random basis.
- Attendant on duty will determine prohibited articles.
- No smoking allowed in the landfill facility.
- Children under the age of 12 must remain inside the vehicle.
- Vehicles hauling waste to these sites must be enclosed or be covered with a tarpaulin, net, or other means to properly secure the load in order to prevent trash from blowing or falling from the vehicle. (Note that improperly secured loads will assess a $5 surcharge and will be required to purchase a tarp for a fee of $10. Find out more information on tarping requirements (PDF).)
- Only brick and masonry goods that are 100% clean and free of trash will be accepted free of charge at the landfill. Customers hauling all other loads of brick, concrete, and masonry goods will be charged per load.
For more information regarding these rules, contact the Customer Service Division at 972-205-3500.