County Landfill is a Title 5 Subtitle D Sanitary Household Facility.
regulated by the state and federal government.
are listed out in Guideline
42 and on the State Website or numerous EPA websites.
We do not
accept any kind of Hazardous Material. If a load is brought in with hazardous
items, such as chemicals, sludge's, crude, radioactivity, pesticides, fertilizers,
etc... the McKenzie County Landfill has the right to reject the load and apply
the appropriate fines listed below.
NOTICE TO HAULERS:
As of July 21, 2021, the McKenzie County Landfill will no longer accept tarps or liners from oil and gas industries. Over the years the landfill has tried to work with companies to assist with the disposal of the tarps and liners, but more prohibited waste has been found concealed inside the tarps and liners over the past few months. Not all companies are attempting to hide the prohibited wastes such as radiation, invert, oil or contaminated products, but there are a few out there that have forced the landfill to implement this new policy.
Incidents like contaminated loads, loads containing powdered chemicals or
liquids/gels of any kind will be rejected and loaded back into the Haulers
container. Depending on the severity and amount dumped the Hauler may be
subjected up to a $10,000 fine.
Privileges will be revoked till this fine is paid in full
any other incident all state paperwork will be filed and documented at the
Infractions due to mixed loads include:
Buckets with Lids,
Whole Chemical Barrels, P.I.G.s and Hoses larger than 3 inch.
Will be removed by
hauler. Or faced with a $25 fee and required to return to gather waste.
Filter Socks &
Pit Liners - $10,000.00 Per Incident
Loader Fee - $50.00
Metal Fee - $240.00
Rejected Load -
Filter Socks / Pit liner Fee - $10,000
Concrete needs to be broken down to basketball size pieces with
all metal removed.
Wood, Pipe, Trees, Culvert, Power Poles, HDPE, Flex Steel, Polly
etc. will be accepted after it is cut down to 4-foot sections.
Rig mats will be accepted after all metal is removed and they are
cut down into 4-foot sections and if it is not radioactive or covered in oil / invert.