Dane County Landfill

Notice of asphalt shingles rate changes: Effective September 1, 2013
Dane County Landfill will be accepting business and residential asphalt shingles. The new rates are as follows:
Mixed Loads - $60.00 per ton (up to 20% wood, roof vents, flashing, etc.)
Clean Loads - $38.00 per ton (only asphalt shingles, nails, and tar paper)

The landfill DOES NOT ACCEPT CHECKS. Payment may be made by CASH, MASTERCARD, or VISA ONLY.
The Dane County Landfill takes bills no larger than $20.00

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Location

7102 US Hwy 12, Madison WI 53718, (Beltline/12/18 East toward Cambridge)
We are located across from the Yahara Hills Golf Course (608-838-9555)

Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:00 - 3:00
No loads accepted after 2:45 - must be unloaded and out by closing.

Saturday: 8:00 - 11:00
No loads accepted after 10:45 - must be unloaded and out by closing.

Closed Holidays and Sundays.

Landfill Tours

For landfill tours contact:
Abdulla Younes
1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 267-0120

View Landfill Tour Pictures

Landfill Plow in Field

Notice of rate increase:
effective January 1, 2014:

Landfill tipping fees will increase to $50.00 per ton, which includes the State of Wisconsin Recycling Fees.

Landfill Rates
Material/Amount 2014 Rate
0 - 500 lbs $12.50
500 - 1000 lbs $25.00
1000 - 1500 lbs $37.50
1500 - 2000 lbs $50.00
Over 2000 lbs $50.00/ton
Tires $117/ton
Shingles (Mixed Loads) $60/ton
Shingles (Clean Loads) $38/ton
Items Banned From The Landfill
Grass Fluorescent Bulbs Brush
Recyclables Cardboard or Boxes Batteries
Appliances 55 Gallon Barrels/Drums Paint
Computers Fluorescent Fixtures Oil
Leaves Hazardous/Infectious Materials or their containers

Landfill space is valuable and should be reserved for materials that cannot readily be recycled. Wisconsin law prohibits landfill disposal or incineration of recyclable paper products, food and beverage containers, electronic devices, oil filters and most hazardous wastes. Because these recyclable materials may serve as industrial feedstocks, recovering more of them is in everyone’s interest, moreover, it may help preserve manufacturing jobs in Wisconsin and elsewhere in the United States. Section 287.07, Wis. Stats., and ch. NR 506.095, Wis. Adm. Code, prohibit disposal of certain recyclable materials in Wisconsin landfills. The paragraphs below provide more details. For a more comprehensive list of banned items from landfills and incineration see the DNR flyer: Click here.

Electronics Banned from Wisconsin Landfills

As of September 1, 2010 many common electronics devices are banned from landfill or incinerator disposal in Wisconsin. This is required by WI Act 50, which was passed in 2009.

WI Act 50 also requires manufacturers to provide a recycling network for these electronic devices. Visit the WI DNR's website for more information about the statewide program and a list of recycling collection locations. You may also visit Dane County's recycling website for a list of Dane County electronics recyclers.

Section 287.07(5), Wis. Stat., prohibits disposal of most electronic devices in Wisconsin landfills, burning or an incineration facility, or placing these devices in a container intended for disposal or incineration. For more information about this law, visit http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Ecycle/

Oil Filters Banned From Wisconsin Landfills

As of January 1, 2011 used automotive engine oil filters are banned from Wisconsin landfills. This is required by 2009 Wisconsin Act 86, which was passed in 2009 to promote oil recycling and protect the environment.

No individual or group is exempt from this ban. For more information on this ban, please visit this DNR website: http://dnr.wi.gov/news/mediakits/mk_oil_filters_absorbents.asp

* Waste only accepted from Dane County residents. For waste generated in other counties, please see a complete listing of DNR licensed landfills in the State of Wisconsin. (PDF format. Download viewer)

Section 287.07(4m), Wis. Stats., prohibits disposal in a solid waste disposal facility of used oil filters or oil absorbent materials that contain free-flowing waste oil. For more information about this law, visit http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/recycling/oil.html.

Hazardous Waste

Dane County Landfill does not accept hazardous waste. Hazardous waste is identified in ch. NR 661, Wis. Adm. Code. Section 291.21, Wis. Stats., requires that the waste generator determine whether a material is hazardous waste, and if it is, the generator must arrange for the transportation, storage and disposal of the waste at a state or federally licensed hazardous waste facility. For more information about this law, visit http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Waste/Hazardous.html to find a link to the publication “Is Your Waste Hazardous.”

Yard Waste

Yard waste, is a critical material of Wisconsin’s composting industry, it is banned from landfills. Section 287.07(7)(cm), Wis. Stats., allows disposal of certain plants classified by the DNR as invasive species if the plants are separated from other yard waste. See species regulated by NR 40 more information.

Shingles

As of September 1, 2013 contractors and commercial haulers as well as residents are all allowed to dispose of asphalt shingles, not matter how small, at the Dane County Rodefeld #2 Landfill site.

The new rates are as follows:
Mixed Loads - $60.00 per ton (up to 20% wood, roof vents, flashing, etc.)
Clean Loads - $38.00 per ton (only asphalt shingles, nails, and tar paper)

Dane County Rodefeld #2 Landfill, 7102 US HWY 12, Madison WI 53718 (Beltline - 12/18 East toward Cambridge) across from the Yahara Hills Golf Course. Normal hours of operation are on Monday through Friday, from 7am to 3pm, there will be no loads accepted after 2:45pm and loads must be unloaded and out by the 3pm closing time. Saturday hours are 7am to 11am with no loads accepted after 10:45am and must be unloaded and out by closing time.

Informational Website Link:
http://www.countyofdane.com/pwht/recycling.aspx

Deer Carcasses

The Dane County Landfill does not accept any deer or deer carcasses. Deer and deer carcasses may be disposed of for no charge at the following DNR CWD Registration Stations:

8029 Hwy. 18
Barneveld, WI
4738 Hwy. 78
Black Earth, WI

Asbestos

Asbestos is accepted only on the first Wednesday of the month from 7:00 - 1:00. Call 267-0120 for information and permit form.

Tires

All tires must be clean and off the rims and anything larger than a 20" truck tire must be cut into 2 foot sections.


Tarps

All loads must be in enclosed vehicles or tarped with no exceptions. Any untarped load will be turned around at the scale and will not be able to dump.

Dane County Compost Sites

The compost sites accept only non-woody plant material. They do not accept brush, Christmas wreaths or garlands (because of metal wire), or trash of any sort, such as pieces of fences, plastic bags or styrofoam, plastic lawn edging or similar material.

View hours, locations, and further information about Dane County's Compost Sites.
 

Other Information

Appliances Moor's Salvage & Freon Recovery, 6421 Edna Taylor Pkwy. 223-9220.
Barrels/Drums All Metal Recycling, 1802 S. Park St., 255-0960.
(Also takes other metals including some appliances.)
Brush City Brush Site, 121 E. Olin, by the Coliseum, 266-4911.
(Accepts brush from all Dane County
and City of Madison residents for a fee.)
Cardboard Madison Recycling, 2200 Fish Hatchery Rd., 251-2115. (Also takes other household recyclables.)

Cardboard Recyclers
Most on this list take many other recyclables as well.
TV - Computers Computer Reuse and Recycling Opportunities
Concrete and Asphalt Concrete and Asphalt Disposal Options
Fluorescent Lamps Disposal Options for Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasts
Household Hazardous Waste & Paint Dane County Clean Sweep, 7102 USH 12 & 18, Madison, at the Dane County Landfill, 838-3212.
Metal Metal Recyclers - Including some that take appliances, batteries,
motors, and car parts.
Other Recyclables Miscellaneous Recycling Links

Dane County Special Projects and Material Manager 266-4990, rupiper.michael@countyofdane.com

* Dane County does not endorse any of the businesses mentioned on this page
  See your Yellow Pages for a complete listing.