Location: Located on Sand Flats Road (1282 Sand Flats Road on Google Maps) in Moab, Utah
HOURS OF OPERATION
Sundays & Holidays: Closed
The Moab Landfill is a Class IVb permitted facility limited to receive residential and commercial construction/demolition (C&D) debris, green/yard waste, and other materials listed below. Materials that meet this criteria includes bricks, concrete, asphalt, rocks, roofing shingles (non-asbestos), tree roots, sheet rock, remodeling or building repairs, pavement/house/commercial building demolition (non-asbestos), tree limbs, grass clippings, leaves, weeds, garden waste. Tires can be accepted for recycling, not burial and disposal. Canyonlands Solid Waste Authority contracts with certified vendors to have tires sent offsite for energy recovery, recycling, and repurposing.
The Moab Landfill also accepts scrap steel/metal/aluminum, metal appliances (excluding freon-containing appliances such as air conditioning units and refrigerators), clean fill dirt, and bulky waste items such as furniture, mattresses, and box springs as part of our Bulky Waste Diversion Program. These items are re-routed to our Klondike Landfill facility to conserve the limited available airspace at Moab Landfill. The 2023 Moab Landfill Fee Schedule is located here.
The following items are PROHIBITED from the Moab Landfill:
- Cardboard and Other Recyclables (non-construction glass, mixed paper, aluminum/steel cans, and plastics): These items can be brought to either the Community Recycle Center (1000 Sand Flats Road) or the Canyonlands Transfer Station (2295 Hwy 191) during regular hours of operation.
- Household Trash/Garbage: Household trash/garbage can brought to the Canyonlands Transfer Station (2295 Hwy 191) during regular hours of operation.
- Special Wastes (e.g., Asbestos-containing materials (all types), Petroleum Contaminated Soils, sludge, septage)
- Liquids: This includes any vehicle fluids (excluding antifreeze and used oil), paints, solvents, sludges, chemicals, petroleum products, grease, adhesives, etc. Antifreeze can be disposed of at the Community Recycle Center (1000 Sand Flats Road) and used oil at the Canyonlands Transfer Station (2295 Hwy 191).
- Electronics & Universal Waste mercury-containing thermostats, batteries, lightbulbs): Batteries can be properly disposed of at the Community Recycle Center (1000 Sand Flats Road) as part of our Universal and Electronic Waste Recycling Program.
- Hazardous Materials/Waste: Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) can be properly disposed of at the Community Recycle Center (1000 Sand Flats Road) as part of our Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program. We do not accept commercially-generated or out-of-state HHW at this time.
- Animal Carcasses: Large animal carcasses (deer, horse, elk, etc.) can brought to the Canyonlands Transfer Station (2295 Hwy 191). Please contact administrative staff prior to disposal at 435-259-6314.
- Railroad Ties and other similar treated wood
- Biohazardous/Medical Waste
- Hot Ash
Customers are cautioned to inquire prior to dumping as CSWA will charge for the time of labor and equipment as well as disposal costs for improperly or illegally disposed materials.
All loads that are brought to the Moab Landfill are subject to waste screening and random load inspections. Any loads found containing hazardous or unacceptable material will be investigated and potentially prosecuted to the full extent of the law for violations of state and federal laws. Equipment operators have received certified training on waste screening and load inspections.
In August 2023, the following volumes were brought to the Moab Landfill:
- Construction & Demolition Debris: 1,810.81cubic yards
- Concrete: 74.96 cubic yards
- Asphalt: 12.46 cubic yards
- Yard Waste: 399.30 cubic yards
- Clean Fill: No cubic yardage reported for the month of August 2023
- Tires (Bulk Loads Only): 54.93 cubic yards
- Unscreened Mulch (Green Waste Reclamation Program): 188.03 cubic yards