Garfield County offers a recycling drop-off collection site for county residents. There are two bins: one for newspaper & metal cans and one for cardboard. The recycling bins are located at 20th & Pataha St., next to the Garfield County Road Department yard.
Your care in sorting recyclable items brought to the site makes a big difference. Garfield County receives a return on recycled items which helps fund the program. Dirty loads cost our county dollars! If you are unsure if an item is acceptable, please call 509-843-3710.
CLICK BELOW TO SEE WHAT ITEMS ARE RECYCLABLE:
- Aluminum and Tin Cans: Aluminum, tin and metal cans 1 gallon or less. Must be opened and content free. Remove loose tin lids and all labels.
- Newspaper: Newspaper, magazines, telephone directories, paperback books, catalogs, office paper, tin can labels, open discarded mail. Please place non-newsprint in brown paper bags. NO plastic bags!
- Cardboard: Corrugated boxes, paper bags, cereal and food boxes, beverage cases (no foil or plastic laminated materials),map and dispenser tubes. Box tape and staples are OK. Remove plastic liners and styrofoam. FLATTEN all boxes.
Please make sure recyclables are inside the transfer bins.
Washington's FREE, convenient and environmentally responsible electronics recycling program has been operational since January 1, 2009.
The drop-off site in Garfield County is located in the west bay of the Pomeroy High School bus barn (anytime the barn doors are open.)
Items accepted are:
- tablet computers
Transfer Station Info:
Garfield County's Transfer Station is located on Bell Plain Road. It is privately run by Naslund Disposal.
|May - September||9:00am to 2:00pm Saturdays only|
|October - April||9:00am to 2:00pm first and third Saturdays only|
|FEE||Transfer Station rate is $12.50 minimum, $16.50 per cubic yard. There is no scale so an attendant estimates loads. A pickup holds roughly 2 cubic yards to top of truck bed sides.|
|UNACCEPTABLE WASTE||Infectious Waste
For questions call 1-800-958-5755 7:00am-3:00pm