1. What are your hours?
Monday through Friday 7am to 3pm, Saturday 8am to Noon. The Landfill is closed for the following Holidays; New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
2. How much does it cost to dispose of trash?
Regular household waste – Less than 400 lbs = $10, 400-800 lbs = $20, Over 800 lbs is a percentage of $52/ton
Construction Waste (In-District) – Less than 400 lbs = $10, 400 – 800 lbs = $20, Over 800 lbs is a percentage of $30/ton
Construction Waste (Out-of-District) – Less than 400 lbs = $10, 400 – 800 lbs = $20, Over 800 lbs is a percentage of $40/ton
3. What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, personal/business check, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Credit/Debit cards are charged an additional $2 convenience fee for use in addition to the disposal fee.
4. Do you accept appliances/tires/old paint?
The landfill Does accept appliances, however all Freon must be removed by a certified technician and labeled with a tag identifying such removal. The fee for each appliance is $20. The landfill also accepts tires but for a fee which ranges from $2 to $20 depending on the tire size and if accompanied on a rim. Old paint is collected as part of the Solid Waste Management District’s Household Hazardous Waste collection events. For more information please contact Tiffini McNeely @ [email protected] or 419-433-7303 ext. 2303.
Latex (water based) paint may be disposed of in landfills AFTER it has been allowed to completely dry. You can accomplish this by using floor-dri, Cat Litter, soil or allow to air dry. Some hardware stores sell products to accomplish this.
5. Not really a question but a firm advisory.
All loads of trash brought to the Erie County Landfill must be tarped. There will be a $10 fee added to your final bill if your load is not tarped prior to arriving at the landfill or you may be rejected. This is to prevent the blowing of unsecured litter from your vehicle onto the roads and properties of the Erie County citizens and our neighbors. You may even be in jeopardy of receiving a citation and fine from the Erie County Sheriff’s Department if found to be in violation of this requirement.