Indiana has hundreds of transfer stations, recycling centres, garbage dumps, and landfills. The state is also ranked second in the whole country for the amount of trash they bury underground, putting millions of tonnes of waste in landfills every year. While that may not be best for the environment, it’s a solution we currently have. That’s good news for you if you’re in need of a landfill because there’s likely one close by.
You’ll find landfills and dumps all across Indiana in areas such as Greencastle, Indianapolis, Pimento, Vincennes, Bloomington, Scottsburg, and many more locations.
Some of the most common items accepted at these locations include construction rubble, glassware, plastics, papers, yard waste, household goods, car parts, and more. Remember to consider recycling items instead of hauling them to a dump if you can. Also, if you have other materials that could be potentially toxic or hazardous, double check that they are able to process the waste safely.