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Bannock County Landfill Waste Management

McCammon

McCammon Transfer Station Hwy 30 West McCammon, Idaho 83250 208-236-0607 Google Map What can I take to the McCammon Transfer Station? The McCammon Transfer Station only accepts RESIDENTIAL loads. No dead animals or asbestos is accepted. Fees: $5.00 minimum fee $10.00 per small pickup truck $16.00 per large pickup truck...

Pocatello

Pocatello Landfill Where do I take my garbage? 1500 N. Fort Hall Mine Road Pocatello, ID  83204 208-236-0607 Google Map Site A/Cell 2 is our first Subtitle D landfill. This landfill meets or exceeds all federal, state and local requirements. In 2007 we averaged 226 tons per day into this...

Calendar

Landfill Calendar The Bannock County Landfill offers Free days to the residents on certain days in the summer depending on your area. Dumpsters are provided in the designated areas except the City of Inkom. Please see the calendar of these days in the drop-down menu under calendar. Please note that...

Hours

Landfill Hours & Contact Information Pocatello Landfill 1500 N Fort Hall Mine Rd Pocatello, ID 83204 208-236-0607 Open Monday - Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Both are closed Sundays and all Federal Holidays Directions Google Map If  traveling on I15 Southbound take Exit 63, at the off ramp stop...

Staff

Bannock County Landfill Staff Our Pocatello site also includes an administration office where extensive, mandated record-keeping is performed. All of the landfill billing and collections is also performed at this site. The billing involves sending out approximately 200 bills per month and following up with collections on overdue accounts. The...

Compost

Bannock County Landfill Compost Compost is sold Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.  The cost is $35 per ton. In the fall of 2001, a partnership between the City of Pocatello and Bannock County was formed to come up with a solution for the disposal of organic...

Hazardous Waste

Household Hazardous Waste Material Collection and Management Bannock County Landfill collects Household Hazardous Waste during the months of April through October on the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. See Event Dates. County residents can bring their waste to the landfill’s household hazardous waste building...

Gas To Energy

Bannock County Landfill Gas to Energy Landfill gas has become a new source of renewable energy in recent years.  As waste decomposes gas is generated within the landfill.  A gas collection system allows Bannock County to remove the gas from the landfill thereby preventing the gas from escaping the facility. ...

Disposal Policies

Bannock County Disposal Policies Asbestos Batteries Construction_and_Demolition Electronics Drums Household Hazardous Waste Household Liquid Acceptance Mercury Petroleum Contaminated Soils Trailer Home Acceptance ​Syringes Sump Waste Treatment Plant Sludge

Landfill

Bannock County Landfill What we do: The Bannock County Landfill is a division of the Bannock County Public Works department. Bannock County has owned and operated the landfill since 1979. In October of 1993 the old landfill, which originally opened in 1943 and was operated by private companies and the...