The Waste Disposal and Recycling Center is located at 2115 E. Club Blvd. The hours of operation are:
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m. - noon
The facility is closed on most holidays.
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Commercial vehicles can deliver mixed solid waste to the transfer station for a per-ton fee. Commercial yard waste is also accepted again with a per-ton fee.
Residential vehicles pay a flat rate to hand unload garbage, and residential yard waste is charged a flat fee as well.
Household (residential) hazardous waste is accepted free of charge. No commercial hazardous waste is accepted.
Other services include: scrap tires, appliances, recycling, electronics and scrap metal drop off.
The best way to find out rates is by checking our website. There are various rates for various services.
No. Staff are present to direct customers to the proper places to unload their materials and ensure only the correct items are being unloaded. They are not responsible for helping to unload your materials and it is encouraged that you bring help with you if you feel you will need it.
Long lines and wait times are simply a product of customer volume. Current traffic studies done by staff show that M-F from 7:30 to 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM thru 2:00 PM seem to be the heaviest times and all day Saturday (7:30-12:00). Other delay reasons are the weigh in-weigh out process or the customer may want to change payment type, which can slow down the process. Staff does its best to help direct customers around to speed up the process and we are currently installing an additional scale to help with the volume. Safety of staff and customers is always our highest priority.
Customers are required to weigh in. While on the scale, the software is capturing the vehicles total weight and notes are being made about the load (material type, County of origin, etc.) The customer is required to leave their credit card and ID with the scale operator until the unloading process has been completed. They will then proceed back to the scale they started at and the empty weight is subtracted from the original weight to get the net weight of the materials disposed. This net weight is how the charge is applied. The scale will then use the credit card to pay for and complete the process.