Moorcroft Landfill Closed for All Municipal Garbage.  Landfill is Open from 10-2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9-noon for yard waste, dead animal pit and C & D.

Acceptable Items
  • WASTE ACCEPTABLE FOR DISPOSAL IN AN UNLIMITED C/D LANDFILL

  • Appliances/white goods (refrigerant must be removed or tag purchased from town)
  • Ash from burning wood and brush
  • Asphalt (hardened paving and shingles)
  • Brick
  • Cabinets
  • Cardboard
  • Carpet and carpet pads
  • Caulk and caulking tubes (dry and in small quantities from C/D sites)
  • Ceramics
  • Cinder block
  • Concrete with or without rebar/wire mesh, asphaltic concrete
  • Containers (empty, clean and drained of all liquids and/or hazardous materials)
  • Corrugated shipping containers
  • Creosote treated railroad ties and telephone poles (weathered and in residential amounts)
  • Dead animal related waste: *Dry compost (bone and hide) from ofal, big game animals, and livestock (a C/D landfill may be permitted to conduct composting prior to disposal) *Bones, meat scraps, and hides from meat processing *All dead animal related waste must be covered by the end of each operating day
  • Dirt (uncontaminated)
  • Driveway sealants (dry and in small quantities from C/D sites)
  • Drums (see containers)
  • Drywall (in residential quantities from C/D sites)
  • Electrical fixtures
  • Electrical wiring
  • Fiberboard
  • Fiberglass
  • Flashing
  • Furniture
  • Glass (except fluorescent tubes and leaded glass from cathode ray tubes (CRTs), televisions and computer monitors)
  • Glues (dry and in small quantities from C/D sites)
  • Gypsum wallboard
  • Insulation (fiberglass, foam/treated cellulose/sheathing)
  • Lead-based paint debris
  • Metal (ferrous and non-ferrous, if not recycled)
  • Metal studs
  • Masonry and plaster
  • Mobile homes and trailers (with all liquids and hazardous material removed)
  • Mortar
  • Nails
  • Non-friable asbestos (managed according to DEQ requirements)
  • Paper products
  • Packaging foam and construction packaging
  • Pain cans and containers (dry and in small quantities from C/D sites)
  • Paperboard
  • Particleboard
  • Pesticide and herbicide containers if triple rinsed
  • Plaster
  • Plastics (including pipe and sheeting)
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Porcelain/bathroom fixtures
  • Pressboard/chipboards
  • Roofing cement/sealers/tars (dry and in small quantities from C/D sites)
  • Roofing materials/roofing felt
  • Sheathing (plywood, chipboard, particleboards, and pressboard)
  • Siding (does not contain friable asbestos)
  • Solar Panels (non-cadmium containing)
  • Sod
  • Steel
  • Stone/rock
  • Street sweepings
  • Styrofoam
  • Sump waste from car wash sumps (must pass the paint filter liquids test and concentrations of metals, VOC's, and other compounds must be sampled and found to be below regulatory limits)
  • Telephone and utility poles (weathered and in residential quantities; see treated wood)
  • Textiles
  • Tile (ceiling, flooring and ceramic that does not contain friable asbestos)
  • Tires (may include wheels) ** NOT AT THIS TIME
  • Treated wood waste in the following, general categories (1) weathered railroad ties and telephone, utility, or fence poles associated with residential and small business wastes and ; (2) treated wood which is INCIDENTAL to demolition activities and generally attached to other demolition wastes.
  • Vinyl (doors, siding, windows, flooring)
  • White goods/appliances (if refrigerants have been properly removed)
  • Wire, cable
  • Wood (clean, untreated, painted or unpainted)
  • Wood pallets

     
    Unacceptable Items

    WASTE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR DISPOSAL IN AN UNLIMITED C/D LANDFILL

  • Aerosol cans containing any product
  • Adhesives (uncured, liquid or wet)
  • Asbestos (friable)
  • Automobiles
  • Automotive cleaners, solvents, waxes
  • Batteries (alkaline or rechargeable, Ni-Cd, lithium, metal hydride, etc.)
  • Cathode ray tubes (CRTs)
  • Caulk (in uncured or liquid form)
  • Containers with liquids
  • Dead animal: whole dead animals and offal
  • Driveway sealants (in liquid form)
  • Containers with liquids
  • Dead animal: whole dead animals and offal
  • Driveway sealants (in liquid form)
  • Drums and containers containing any waste
  • Epoxies (in uncured or liquid form)
  • Electronic wastes
  • Exit signs (which may contain tritium for glow in the dark properties)
  • Fluorescent lamps (mercury containing)
  • Friable asbestos
  • Fuel tanks
  • Glues (in uncured or liquid form)
  • Green wastes (grass, shrubs, tree limbs, etc) unless the operator demonstrates to the administrator that the disposal will not have a detrimental effect on surface or groundwater quality)
  • Hazardous wastes (listed or characteristic)
  • Industrial wastes (wastes generated during industrial processes like: ash, trona, lime softener waste, ion exchange resin, cooling tower mud, coal ash)
  • Lacquer thinners
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Leaded glass from cathode ray tubes (CRTs), televisions and computer monitors
  • Liquids of any type or quantity
  • Medical/infectious wastes
  • Mercury containing devices (switches, bulbs, thermostats, etc)
  • Metallic pigments in unused paint containing lead, arsenic, barium, cadmium, zinc, mercury, or chromium
  • Municipal solid waste
  • Oil filters (used)
  • Oils, greases, and any petroleum contaminated
  • Paints, paint cans, and containers with any quantity of paint in liquid form
  • PCBs in ballasts, transformers, and capacitors
  • Petroleum contaminated soil
  • Pentachlorophenol (used in some pesticides and/or biocides or for wood preservation)
  • Pesticides
  • Petroleum storage tanks (unless properly decommissioned and certified clean)
  • Polyurethane (in liquid form)
  • Putrescible wastes
  • Rechargeable and/or alkaline batteries
  • Refrigerants
  • Resins (in liquid form)
  • Roofing cement/sealers/tars (in liquid form)
  • Salt -containing wastes in bulk, stand-alone or dedicated loads exceeding residential quantities which potentially contain more soluble contaminants and/or those which can make contaminants in other wastes more soluble and likely to impact groundwater
  • Sealers (in liquid form)
  • Septage
  • Sludges
  • Smoke detectors
  • Solar panels (cadmium containing)
  • Solvents
  • Stains
  • Thermostats and thermometers (mercury containing)
  • Transformers
  • Treated wood waste which is NOT INCIDENTAL to (or generally attached to) typical demolition wastes, including loads of treated wood hauled in bulk, stand-alone or otherwise dedicated loads for the purpose of disposing significant volumes of unusable treated wood
  • Used oil and/or grease filters and absorbent pads
  • Varnishes


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