Disposal Fees

Residential/Household Disposal:

(For Commercial Disposal Rates  non-residential and scale loads click here)

At Glenwood Central Receiving Station,  all loads are weighed  and charged a per ton disposal fee. 

At Florence, some residential loads may be directed to scales when 1) accurate volume cannot be assessed or  2) when a load is in the following types of vehicles: side-paneled vans (example: U-Haul), compactors, drop boxes, compacted drop boxes, automatic dump beds, mini-collection vehicles, and flat bed trucks,   3) commercial quantities or commercial materials are being disposed.

All other transfer stations use a volume-based fee for all loads. There is a 10 cubic yard maximum allowed per customer, per day, at rural sites.

Pack your vehicle so you can off-load recyclables first to reduce disposal fees.

Addresses, hours and recycling information for all Lane County Waste Disposal Sites are listed here. 

We accept debit and credit cards at all sites EXCEPT London,  Low Pass, McKenzie Bridge, Sharps Creek, Swisshome and Walton.


Per ton Rate - All loads at Glenwood & commercial loads at Florence $82.08/ton 
 ($12 min.) 
Volume Charges  - all sites except Glenwood and commercial loads at Florence

Up to 1 cubic yard/202 gallons

(Minimum charge) $12  

Over 1 cubic yard to 3 cubic yards


Over 3 cubic yards

$10 per additional cy


(discounts can be donated to benefit Food for Lane County)

Senior Discount per load (60+years)


Recycling Discount per load



Construction and demolition (C&D) debris is waste generated from remodels, construction or home improvement projects. Wood, siding, tile, tar paper and sheet rock are examples of waste considered as C&D. Heavier materials such as concrete, shingles, and land clearing debris will be charged at the higher rate.
Loads that contain 75% C&D will be charged the below fees.    Other (possibly cheaper) options for C&D disposal are: EcoSort, McKenzie Recycling and Delta Sand and Gravel.


All loads at Glenwood and Commercial loads at Florence - Per Ton Fee


Volume Rates:  

Construction and Demolition

$15.00/cy (minimum charge for less than 1cy is $12)

Rubble, Roofing, Stumps, Rock, Dirt

(1/2 cy minimum $19.75)


Cottage Grove, Glenwood and Florence sites Only

Acceptable wood/yard debris must be 50% of load and customer must separate wood into wood box to qualify for discount.

Up to 3 cubic yards


Over 3 cubic yards

$8 per additional cy over 3

Per ton fee

($8.00 minimum)


APPLIANCES/WHITE GOODS *This item is banned from Oregon Landfills
Appliances constructed to contain refrigerants (either with or without motors or compressors) will be charged the appliance fee. No exceptions.
If a customer places an appliance in the garbage,  the fee for the appliance will be doubled plus any handling fees to retrieve the appliance. The appliance will NOT be returned to the customer.

Appliances containing refrigerants
(refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, heat pumps)


Other appliances
(washers, dryers, dishwashers, stoves, water heaters)

No Charge
(recycle in metals box)



Up to 4 mattresses at rural sites
 maximum 4 per customer 

see above household garbage rates

 Up to 4 mattresses  at Glenwood  $12.00 each piece

5 or more mattresses  Glenwood ONLY)  maximum 10 per customer

($60.00 min.)


TIRES  *This item is banned from Oregon Landfills
If a customer places a tire in the garbage, the normal fee for the tire will be doubled plus any handling fees to retrieve the tire from the garbage. Recovered tires will NOT be returned to the customer.  Another (possibly cheaper) option for tires is Big B Tires in Glenwood.

Less than 17 inch rim diameter TIRE ONLY

$3 each

Less than 17 inch rim diameter TIRE WITH RIM

$4 each

17 inch diameter to 24 inch diameter TIRE ONLY

$10 each

17 inch diameter to 24 inch diameter TIRE WITH RIM

$20.25 each


Tanks larger than 5 gallons are not accepted at Lane County sites.  Accepted at all sites EXCEPT Sharps Creek.

Small disposable 16 oz canisters

recycle at no cost

Up to 5gallon (20lb)capacity

$4.50 each