THE LANDFILL WILL CLOSE ON DEC 24TH AT NOON. THE LANDFILL WILL BE CLOSED ON DEC 25TH FOR CHRISTMAS.1481 Pueblo Road
Open Monday through Friday 8:00AM to 4:00PM
(620)654-3793 Only construction and demolition waste is presently accepted at this landfill. Construction and demolition waste consists of:
- Solid waste resulting from the construction, remodeling, repair and demolition of structures, roads, sidewalks and utilities.
- Untreated wood and untreated sawdust from any source, treated wood from construction or demolition projects.
- Motor vehicle window glass.
- Vegetation from land clearing and grubbing, utility maintenance, and seasonal or storm related cleanup.
Construction and demolition waste includes the following materials:
- Bricks, concrete and other masonry products.
- Roofing material, gutters, and metal flashing.
- Soil and rock. This may not be contaminated with other products (oil, for example).
- Wood pallets and crates.
- Wall and floor covering, plaster, and drywall.
- Plumbing fixtures and electrical wiring.
- Non-friable asbestos. Please call us for information prior to removing this material.
The following materials are not accepted at the C&D Landfill. Any loads containing these materials will be required to take their loads to the Transfer Station for disposal.
- Friable asbestos. This material requires special disposal. MASWU does not operate any facilities that will handle this material. Please contact a qualified hazardous waste disposal specialist for removal and disposal.
- Garbage or trash.
- Electrical equipment containing hazardous materials.
- Tires or tire pieces.
- Drums or containers of any type. No paint cans, spray paint cans, calking gun tubes, drywall buckets or boxes, pvc glue or solvent cans, tar buckets, etc.
- Burn barrel or burn pile waste.
- Yard waste.
Fast food waste, lunch sacks, wrappers, pop bottles, cans, and cups may not be mixed with construction and demolition waste. Small amounts of trash, fast food waste, packaging, wrappers, and cardboard produced on the job site may be placed into plastic bags or other containers - kept separate from the construction and demolition waste - and brought out to the construction demolition landfill to be placed into the trash container.