Location, Hours/Accepted Materials

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Landfill Location

Our landfill is conveniently located five miles west of Grand Island on Old Potash Highway or two miles west of the Transfer Station. Our address is 7100 West Old Potash Highway.

From Grand Island the easiest way to reach our location is to drive five miles west of Highway 281 on Old Potash Highway. Take a left on Alda Road and our driveway will be on the left-hand side of the road. Proceed to the green truck scale.

From Interstate 80: Take the Alda Exit (Exit 305) and proceed north on Alda Road approximately 8.5 miles. Our Landfill is on the northwest corner of Old Potash Highway and Alda, Road.

 

Accounts

All landfill users must have a pre-approved account prior to hauling large volume loads of waste. The customer will be provided with a list of acceptable and unacceptable materials. Small accounts can be opened on site if time permits.

Hours of Operation

The landfill is open Monday through Friday 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM and Saturday 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM. We are closed on Holidays and in cases of inclement weather.

Materials Accepted

Materials Accepted

We accept all construction and demolition debris. The State of Nebraska definition is listed below but generally includes demolition wastes, carpet, wood shingles, drywall, construction wastes, concrete, metals, etc… We CAN NOT accept household waste, trash, food, liquid wastes or hazardous wastes. Some notable wastes we accept are:

  • Railroad ties: Railroad ties and power poles are accepted with advanced permission. Please call for pricing on larger quantities.
  • Windmill Blades: We accept windmill blades for size reduction and landfilling. We can also wire saw, load and ship blades. Please call in advance for pricing and availability.
  • Shingles: We accept shingle and roofing wastes at any time during operating hours.
Construction and Demolition Waste Definition

Construction and Demolition Waste Definition

021 “Construction and demolition waste” shall mean waste which results from land clearing, the demolition of buildings, roads or other structures, including, but not limited to, fill materials, wood (including painted and treated wood), land clearing debris other than yard waste, wall coverings (including wall paper, paneling and tile), drywall, plaster, non-asbestos insulation, roofing shingles and other roof coverings, plumbing fixtures, glass, plastic, carpeting, electrical wiring, pipe and metals. Such waste shall also include the above listed types of waste that result from construction projects.

Construction and demolition waste shall not include friable asbestos waste, special waste, liquid waste, hazardous waste and waste that contains polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB), putrescible waste, household waste, industrial solid waste, corrugated cardboard, appliances, tires, drums, and fuel tanks.

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