Effective April 22, 2020, the Campbell County Landfill will re-open to public/residential dumping. The landfill remains open for commercial haulers.
The landfill has three scales. The outer scale is for commercial haulers and the inner scales (one inbound and one outbound) are for the public. (See the Site Map and Lane Use information). Pull onto the inbound scale and the attendant will direct you to the appropriate dump site.
Pit 3 is for scrap metal, including washers and dryers, hot water heaters, refrigerators and sheet metal. Please do not throw other debris in the scrap metal pile.
Pit 2 is for municipal solid waste (MSW). Place household garbage, cardboard, paper and treated wood in this pit.
Pit 5 is for tires. It is okay if rims are attached but please do not throw other debris into the pile.
Pit 4 is for clean, unpainted, untreated wood such as pallets and raw lumber. Do not throw trash or painted wood in the pile.
Pit 1 is for construction/demolition material such as sheet rock, wood, concrete, shingles and bricks. Please do not place any paper, cardboard or insulation in this pit.
Fee waived dumping continues at the landfill, with each valid residential address in Campbell County receiving a total of twelve (12) subsidized dumps each year. See fee waived dumping program for more details.
We encourage you to pre-register your address for this program to speed up the process at the scale house.
Make sure you tarp or strap your loads before heading to the new facility. There will be a $25 fee for residential loads and a $50 fee for commercial loads arriving at the landfill with an unsecure load. See Dumping Guidelines for more information.