23085 Landfill

Find 23085 landfills and dumps. Landfills provide information on dump stations, transfer stations, waste management, trash disposal, hazardous waste, and sanitation.


Essex County Landfill 619 POORHOUSE Rd Tappahannock VA 22560 13.2 miles from 23085 804-443-5637


Saluda Landfill 3714 Waste Management Way Saluda VA 23149 17.9 miles from 23085 804-693-5109

Charles City County Landfill 11850 Munford Road Providence Forge VA 23140 26.1 miles from 23085 804-829-6400

Charles County Landfill 11201 Wilcox Neck Road Charles City VA 23030 26.9 miles from 23085 804-829-6500

Richmond Landfill 2001 Charles City Road Richmond VA 23231 32.7 miles from 23085 804-226-6197

Henrico Landfill 1820 Darbytown Road Richmond VA 23231 33.5 miles from 23085 804-328-0093

Bowling Green Landfill 18280 Lakewood Road Bowling Green VA 22427 36.2 miles from 23085 804-633-9690

Petersburg Landfill 390 Industrial Dr Petersburg VA 23803 44.2 miles from 23085 804-733-8001

Rockville Landfill 1961 Ashland Road Rockville VA 23146 45.1 miles from 23085 804-749-3805

King George Landfill 10376 Bullock Drive King George VA 22485 46.2 miles from 23085 540-775-3123

Berkley County Landfill 6043 Stanfield Road Spotsylvania Courthouse VA 22551 49.1 miles from 23085 540-582-5504

Calvert County Landfill 401 Sweetwater Road Lusby MD 20657 50.7 miles from 23085 410-535-4760

Spotsylvania County Landfill 5917 Harrison Road Fredericksburg VA 22407 54.6 miles from 23085 540-786-8285

Stafford County Landfill 489 Eskimo Hill Road Stafford VA 22554 55.8 miles from 23085 540-720-4522

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.