Monmouth Landfill

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


Monmouth Landfill 29969 Camp Adair Road Monmouth OR 97361 541-745-5831


About Monmouth Landfills

Landfills in Monmouth, OR are solid waste disposal facilities that bury trash underneath layers of soil. The United States Environmental Protection Agency and Oregon Environmental Agencies regulate and license Monmouth garbage dumps, sanitary landfills, and dump sites. The design, operation, and allowable waste are dictated by Oregon law.

You may contact Landfills for questions about:
  • Polk County resident access to waste disposal facilities
  • Household trash and yard waste disposal
  • Construction and demolition dump sites
  • Commercial and industrial waste dumps
  • Monmouth hazardous waste landfills
Monmouth Solid Waste Landfills

Solid Waste Landfills in Monmouth commonly receive household garbage, yard waste and commercial waste that is non-hazardous. Due to concerns for groundwater contamination, dangerous landfill gas accumulation, and other detrimental environmental effects, these facilities are closely regulated by the Oregon state government.

Modern Landfills

Modern Solid Waste Landfills in Monmouth are designed to protect against ground and groundwater contaminations, while older facilities may be required to implement special leachate collection systems to pump out contaminates. Landfill gas accumulation systems and methane gas burn off systems are implemented as features to reduce environmental impact and ensure public safety.

Monmouth Construction & Demolition Dumps

Specialized dumps in Monmouth are assigned to accept construction and demolition waste and are usually separate dump sites than municipal facilities.

Ash Landfills & Disposal Facilities

Ash Landfills in Monmouth accept the ash that is created as the byproduct of incinerated solid waste. Solid waste incineration is a popular energy production method that serves to produce electricity as well as helping to reduce the visible footprint of solid waste disposal. Monmouth ash landfills are generally more lenient about what kinds of waste are permitted for dumping, than other waste disposal facilities.

Monmouth Hazardous Waste Landfills

Monmouth Hazardous Waste dumps and disposal facilities accept non-liquid hazardous wastes such as Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) and PCB-contaminated materials. Hazardous waste landfills are closely watched for environmental impact and are mandated by Oregon law to implement various protection measures including leachate collection systems, leak detection monitoring, and wind dispersal controls.