Garbage & Recycling

Starting June 1, 2022, many Lane County residents with curbside recycling carts and customers at ALL Lane County transfer stations can add #1 and #2 bottles, jars, and jugs to their recycling. Items must be clean, dry, and larger than a tennis ball. Be sure to check the shape and number. Also, check with your local hauler to verify these new changes. For more information, visit here

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Asbestos Disposal

For information on asbestos abatement, preparing your load and disposal of asbestos. View more!

Construction & Demolition

For information on construction and demolition (C&D) recycling requirements, resources and where to take C&D materials. View more!

City, County & State Contacts

For city, county, and state contact information related to garbage and recycling. View more!

Curbside Garbage & Recycling

Start curbside service or find out how to contact your garbage company. View more!

Prohibited Waste

For information on items banned from the garbage by Oregon law ORS 459.247. View more!

Report Illegal Dumping

To find out how to report a dump site and ways to help stop illegal dumping. View more!

Short Mountain Landfill

For information about Lane County's only municipal landfill. View more!

Transfer Station Hours & Locations

For information on disposal fees, transfer station hours and locations, free recycling and fee items. View more!

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Fees for Lane County Solid Waste Services

WasteWise Guide for Lane County

2016 Waste Composition Study

2019 Lane County Waste Management Transfer Station Site Analysis

Materials Management in Oregon: 2050 Vision