Are you searching for a Transfer Station Near Me? County Waste and Recycling operates four conveniently located Transfer Stations where residents and businesses can drop off solid waste and recycling materials for a small fee.
Each County Waste Transfer Station has their own unique operating schedule and may accept different materials.
A Waste Transfer Station is a facility where non-hazardous municipal solid waste (MSW) and recycling is unloaded from collection vehicles and briefly held while it is reloaded onto larger long-distance transport vehicles for shipment to landfills, Materials Recovery Facilities, or other treatment or disposal facilities.
Being Environmentally Responsible is one of County Waste and Recycling's Operating Values, and we seek to grow in a disciplined way, deploying resources intelligently to benefit the communities we live in and serve.
According to the EPA, “Waste transfer stations make solid waste collection more efficient and reduce overall transportation costs, air emissions, energy use, truck traffic, and road wear and tear."
Please find below the policies and procedures for County Waste & Recycling’s Transfer Stations. Our goal is to make a safe experience for everyone. It is very important for all of our customers, residents and employees to follow these procedures to ensure everyone’s safety.
The following procedures should be followed by everyone using the Tipping Floor.
Violators of any of these policies or procedures will be reported to their company and our site managers. Repeat offenders may be denied access to the transfer station.