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Construction & Demolition Debris Disposal

Construction & Demolition Debris disposal information

Clean rubble information:

If materials meet the “clean rubble” definition, the Solid Waste Agency can accept it for no charge. It will need to be dropped off in the landfill.

Clean Rubble is defined as rock, cinder block, brick, asphalt and concrete materials which are largely unpainted; and do not contain asbestos or other regulated contaminants. 

Clean rubble must be visibly free of trash and debris (including metal; plastic; paper; wood or excess soil) and may not include excessive rebar.  Clean rubble may not contain hazardous waste or other chemical or petroleum contamination; industrial process waste; or blast media sand. All loads may be subject to inspection, and contaminated loads can be back-billed at the garbage rate. 

To be accepted, clean rubble must be declared and weighed in at the scale. Clean rubble may be used by landfill operators as road base or structural pad material. 

If it does not meet the criteria, or if you do not want to drive into the landfill and prefer to unload the rock into residential dumpsters, which are on concrete, the regular garbage fee applies, $45.00 per ton. Minimum fee load pricing can be found by clicking HERE.

All loads must be covered and secured when entering the Agency or a fine will be issued at the scale house. Even loads with just clean rubble.