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2812 E Hwy. 30

Logan, IA 51546

(The facility is located 1 mile

east of Logan on Hwy. 30.)

 

Hours of Operation

On extremely windy days,

call to see if trash is being accepted.

7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (M-F)

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Sat)

Closed Sundays and Holidays

 

Phone:  (712) 644-3093

Toll-Free:  (800) 672-3093

Fax:  (712) 644-2348

 

 

  • General Information

     

    The Harrison County Landfill accepts both landfill disposal and recycling materials.  It is run by the Harrison County Landfill Commission, which is a 28(E) Governmental Agency represented by all the government agencies in Harrison County.

     

     

  • Accepted Recycle Material

     

     

    The WHITE recycling bin at the landfill facility and in the towns of Dunlap, Logan, Missouri Valley, Mondamin and Woodbine can accept:

     

    • Glass

     

    The landfill facility and every town in Harrison County has GREEN and BLUE recycling bins which can accept the following items:

     

    • Aluminum and Metal including all metal food and beverage containers, empty aerosol cans and clean aluminum foil and trays
    • Mixed Paper including office paper, envelopes with windows or metal clasps, folders, junk mail, magazines and catalogs, newspaper, notebook paper, paper with stapes or tape, phone books, post-its and wrapping/tissue paper
    • #1-#5 Plastic Containers that are rinsed and lids removed including butter, yogurt, laundry containers, soda and water bottles, shelf-stable cartons and refrigerated milk cartons and juice boxes
    • Cardboard and Brown Paper including grocery sacks, flattened corrugated cardboard boxes, and paperboard such as cereal, cake, cracker and snack boxes; frozen or refrigerated food boxes; Kleenex and cosmetic boxes; shoe, toy, game and gift boxes

     

    What is trash?

     

    • Absorbent paper (napkins, paper cups and plates, paper towels, tissues, etc.); pet food bags, greasy pizza boxes, empty chip bags, or anything else that has food contact
    • Broken glass, ceramic dishes, glass dishes or glasses, window glass and incandescent light bulbs
    • All #6 and #7 plastics including Styrofoam and Solo cups, etc.

     

     

     

  • Hazardous Waste Recycling

     

    Your "One Stop Drop" is here all year!

    Make an appointment to drop off your household hazardous waste at the Harrison County Landfill Commission Satellite Site!

     

    To make an appointment for drop-off, call

    (712) 644-3093 or (800) 672-3093

     

    Hazardous Items are Accepted

    8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (M-F)

     

    Accepted Materials Include

    • Stains and Varnishes
    • Paint Remover and Thinner
    • Gasoline and Kerosene
    • Windshield Washer Solution
    • Drain and Oven Cleaner
    • Aerosol Cans
    • Metal Polishes and Rust Removers
    • Oil and Lead-based Paint
    • Ammonia-based Cleaners
    • Rechargeable Batteries
    • Petroleum-based Adhesives
    • Glues, Caulk, Contact Cements and Resins
    • Fertilizers, Pesticides and Herbicides
    • Motor Oil and Antifreeze

     

    Non-accepted Materials Include

    • Ammunition/Explosives
    • Asbestos
    • Radioactive Materials
    • Fire Extingushers
    • Non-hazardous Waste
    • Empty Containers
    • Propane Tanks
    • Scrap Tires

     

     

  • Restricted Material

     

    Bulk Liquids, Pesticides, Herbicides, Radioactive Materials, PCB's, Gas Cylinders, Dead Animals, Asbestos, Contaminated Soil

     

     

    PLEASE CALL

    (800) 672-3093

    FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION!

     

     

     

  • E-Waste Items

     

    RESOLUTION 08-1: Effective July 1st, 2008, the Harrison County Landfill Commission has determined to no longer accept “TVs” and “Computers”, along with some “Other Selected” electronic wastes, for final disposal in our Landfill Facility. Instead, these items will be sent to a Recycling Facility.

     

    TVs &

    Computer Monitors

          (up to 25")     $10.00 each

        (26” to 40”)    $20.00 each

    (41” & Larger)    $30.00 each

     

    Console TVs

    $30.00 each

     

    Copy Machines

    (Counter-Top Size)

    $10.00 each

     

    Copy Machines

    (Up-right Free Standing)

    $30.00 each

     

    Misc. E-Waste Items

    (Computer-Printers-Stereo/Boom Box Radios)

    $5.00 each

     

    FREE E-Waste Items

    (Cables-Keyboards-Mouse-Speakers)

     

     

  • Disposal Information

     

    ALL LOADS MUST BE

    COVERED, NO EXCEPTIONS!

     

    ALL LOADS ARE SUBJECT

    TO A RANDOM LOAD CHECK

     

    Solid Waste Disposal

    $45.00/ton = $0.0225/lb.

     

    Minimum Gate Fee/Load

    All vehicles $10.00 (450 lbs. or less)

     

    UNCOVERED LOADS

    $10.00 Extra Penalty (Min. Charge)

    $15.00/ton Extra Penalty (over 450 lbs.)

     

    “Freon” Appliances

    $15.00 each

     

    “Non-Freon” Appliances

    $12.00 each

     

    “E-Waste” Items

    See E-Waste Items

     

    Tires (Must be off rim)

    $150.00/ton = $0.075/lb.

    Minimum Charge

    $2.00 (1 tire)

     

    Tree Limbs, Brush, Grass

    $40.00/ton = $0.02/lb.

    Minimum Charge

    $4.00 (200 lbs. or less)

     

    Clean Brick, Rubble, Asphalt

    Residential (NO CHARGE)

    $25.00/ton - Commercial, Industrial,

    Contractors, Government

     

    Waste Oil/Batteries

    Residential (NO CHARGE)

     

    Household Hazardous Waste

    (Prior notice required)

    Residential (NO CHARGE)

    Commercial (Pricing Quoted)

     

    Special Wastes

    Set by Management

    (Prior Approval Required)

    (Normally $80.00/ton)

     

    $30.00 fee for use of chain

    on any load (or) vehicle.

    Customer assumes ALL RESPONSIBILITY

    for hooking up chain.

     

     

  • Covered Load Policy

     

    To prevent any type of waste from blowing onto area roadways and into ditches, Harrison County adopted a policy (RESOLUTION 96-11 IN NOVEMBER 1996) that all loads delivered to the Landfill must be covered securely, even if waste is in bags or containers.  Trucks and trailers must also have a tailgate.  The only exception to the this policy is that brush can be securely tied instead of being covered.

     

    This covered load policy conforms to the

    STATE OF IOWA STATUTE 321.460:

    A vehicle shall not be driven or moved on any highway, by any person, unless such vehicle is so constructed or loaded or the load securely covered, as to prevent any of its load from dropping, sifting, leaking, or otherwise escaping, or its load covering, from dropping from the vehicle.

     

    Failure to comply with this

    covered load policy will result

    in a $10.00 fine being assessed.

    (NO EXCEPTIONS)

     

     

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