36350 Landfill

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Midland City Landfill 242 New Hope Rd Midland City AL 36350 334-983-6576

Newton Landfill 1468 Lee Boy Road Newton AL 36352 9.9 miles from 36350 334-692-3957

Dothan Landfill 4541 Kinsey Road Kinsey AL 36303 10.3 miles from 36350 334-671-8844

Springhill Landfill 4945 Florida 273 Campbellton FL 32426 29.5 miles from 36350 850-263-7100

Brundidge Landfill 515 Clean Water Dr Brundidge AL 36010 31.7 miles from 36350 334-735-5885

Clay County Landfill WASHINGTON St Fort Gaines GA 39851 36.6 miles from 36350 229-768-2545

Barbour County Landfill 80 Gilchrist Road Clayton AL 36016 38.4 miles from 36350 334-775-8100

Troy Landfill 724 Hudson Street Troy AL 36079 42.2 miles from 36350 334-670-6052

Quitman County Landfill 38 Kaigler Road Georgetown-Quitman County GA 39854 44.2 miles from 36350 229-334-5001

Opp Landfill WALDING Rd Opp AL 36467 46.3 miles from 36350 334-493-6573

Miller County Landfill 585 Dutch-Cook Road Colquitt GA 39837 50.9 miles from 36350 229-758-2899

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About Landfills

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.