19565 Landfill

Find 19565 landfills and dumps. Landfills provide information on dump stations, transfer stations, waste management, trash disposal, hazardous waste, and sanitation.


Birdsboro Landfill 727 Redlane Road Birdsboro PA 19508 15.2 miles from 19565 610-582-2900


Morgantown Landfill 420 Quarry View Drive Morgantown PA 19543 17.9 miles from 19565 610-286-6844

Lanchester Landfill 7224 Division Highway Narvon PA 17555 18.0 miles from 19565 610-273-3771

Honey Brook Landfill 420 Quarry Road Honey Brook PA 19344 18.1 miles from 19565 610-286-6844

Pottstown Landfill 1425 Sell Road Pottstown PA 19464 22.6 miles from 19565 610-327-2703

Pine Grove Landfill 193 Shultz Road Pine Grove PA 17963 22.9 miles from 19565 570-345-2777

Elizabethtown Landfill 2487 Cloverleaf Road Elizabethtown PA 17022 26.0 miles from 19565 717-653-4686

Conestoga Landfill 3049 River Road Conestoga PA 17516 32.3 miles from 19565 717-871-6420

Shenandoah Landfill 2 Coles Street Mahanoy City PA 17948 32.4 miles from 19565 570-462-0484

York Landfill 4400 Mount Pisgah Road Yorkana PA 17406 37.7 miles from 19565 717-246-2686

Millersburg Landfill 3035 State Route 209 Millersburg PA 17061 43.4 miles from 19565 717-362-3056

Conshohocken Landfill 1145 Conshohocken Road Conshohocken PA 19428 44.2 miles from 19565 610-277-9739

Bethlehem Landfill 2335 Applebutter Road Bethlehem PA 18015 45.2 miles from 19565 610-317-3200

Hartford County Landfill 3241 Scarboro Road Street MD 21154 49.7 miles from 19565 410-638-3636

Wilmington Landfill 1706 East 12th Street Wilmington DE 19809 51.7 miles from 19565 302-764-2732

Cecil County Landfill 758 East Old Philadelphia Road Elkton MD 21921 51.9 miles from 19565 410-996-6275

How are Landfills funded?

Landfills typically charge tip fees from haulers that transport waste to the Landfill. The tip fee is a per ton fee. Tip fees are usually negotiated as a part of multi-year contracts for large customers, while a fluctuating spot-market rate is charged to other customers.

What happens to a Landfill after it is closed?

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act sets the requirements for closing and capping Landfills that have reached their permitted capacity. Regulations also require that Landfills be maintained and monitored for thirty years following closure. Many closed Landfills eventually become parks, soccer fields, or passive recreation sites.

How many Landfills are there in the U.S.?

There are over 3,000 active landfills and approximately 10,000 landfills that have been permanently closed in the U.S. Many states have stopped permitting new Landfills and disposal options are becoming more limited as existing Landfills reach capacity.