Community: Public Landfill 

Mile 257.2 Richardson Highway

           

Public Dump Hours
11:00 am to 5:00 pm ~ Tuesdays
11:00 am to 4:00 pm ~ Fridays
9:00 am to 3:00 pm ~ Saturdays (Mar 1 / Oct 31)
11:00 am to 3:00 pm ~ Saturdays (Nov 1 / Feb 29)

Dump Rates:
6 ¼ ¢ per pound
($125.00 / ton)
or $5.00 minimum
 
Contacts - Scale House (895-1807) during dump hours
or City Hall (895-4656) Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

A $10 Uncovered Load Service Fee will be charged to all customers who deliver  garbage to the landfill that is not covered per Municipal Code 3.21.070 (b) 2.
AS 46.06.080 - (b) A vehicle may not be driven or moved on a public highway or right-of-way unless it is constructed, loaded, or covered to prevent its load from dropping, sifting, leaking, or otherwise escaping from the vehicle. (c) A person who violates this section is guilty of a violation, and may be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $1,000.

A $25 fee will be charged to dispose of refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners that require inspection. Doors must be removed.

Any and all burn barrel containers must be declared at the scale house and physically inspected by landfill personnel. Ashes must be cold.

No charge to deliver aluminum cans to the recycle bin during business hours.

Landfill closed when -30°or colder

Contact City Hall @ 895-4656 Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
or call the Scale House @ 895-1807 during dump hours.

Landfill Policy: Acceptance of refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners

Items containing pressurized refrigerant require State certified removal of refrigerant prior to ultimate disposal.

The City will accept refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and other items designed to utilize pressurized refrigerant at the landfill under the following conditions:

1.) Any person (individual or commercial hauler) bringing such a device to the landfill for ultimate disposal must declare the item at the scale house upon entry.

2.) If the device does not have an affixed tag certifying that the refrigerant was removed by a State certified person, the City will accept the device upon payment of a disposal fee of $25.00.

3.) AND a weight fee (minimum weight fee is currently $5.)

4.) If the device's refrigerant has been removed, but has no tag certifying that the refrigerant was removed by a State certified person, the disposal fee is $25.00 plus the appropriate weight fee.

5.) The device may be weighed with other acceptable refuse delivered by the hauler, but the device must be easily separable from the other refuse.

6.) The hauler will be directed to deposit the device at a specific location at the landfill. No other refuse may be deposited at that spot, but must be first unloaded into the proper dumpster. The hauler must unload the device and stand it neatly in the proper area (no dropping or tossing).

The disposal fee is designed to cover the cost to the City of extra handling and storage of the device, and to pay to have a commercial State certified refrigerant remover properly remove the refrigerant and certify the device. The City will then haul and dispose of the device in the proper place in the landfill.

Adopted August 15, 2006 by the Delta Junction City Council

LIST OF ACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

A $25 disposal fee will be charged for all refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners that have not been previously inspected and tagged. For safety, doors must be removed to be accepted.
Paint – DRY ONLY, up to 5 gallons
Lawn mowers, other small engine machines – WITHOUT oils and fuel
TV’s, computers, other electronic equipment
Light bulbs – NO Fluorescents (contains PCB)
Construction Materials – wood, sheet rock, metal, glass, etc.
Scrap Metal – NO cars/engines or car batteries
Tires
Propane tanks
Used Appliances – stoves/ovens, dishwashers, laundry machines, etc.
Furniture, carpeting/rugs, mattresses
Paper/plastic
Household/kitchen trash (in bags or otherwise)
Anything that is not a hazard

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:
Asbestos
Acids
Corrosives
Solvents
Oily Waste
Explosives
Radio Active waste
Pathogenic waste
PCB’s
Hazardous waste


Burn Barrel Policy  -- Any and all burn barrel containers must be declared at the scale house and physically inspected by landfill personnel before depositing.

Landfill personnel will determine if the burn barrel container or contents will be accepted. The contents (ashes) must be cold. No hot ash will be accepted.

This policy is to protect the landfill from accidental fire.
Adopted by City Council March 10, 2009
 

CITY ROCK SALE

Landfill Rock Sale Policy

Rock Sale

 

City Rocks for Sale

Boulders range from 500 lbs to 30,000 lbs

5¢ per pound (military discount = 3¢/pound)

Contact City Hall @ 895-4656
or the scale house @ 895-1807
or visit the landfill to view rock
samples showing prices and sizes

  Butch Ellis

left to right: 4,500-pound rock (5¢ per lb = $225) and 13,200 lbs (5¢ per lb = $660)
Rock display

left to right: 8,000-pound rock, 16,000 lbs, and 9,400 lbs

Rock display

left to right: 840-pound rock, 3,200 lbs, 3,600 lbs, 4,700 lbs, 4,500 lbs, and 13,200 lbs

3,600 pound rock

3,600-pound rock (5¢ per lb = $180)

 


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