Find Nebraska Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

Get rid of your unwanted items at dumps and landfills in Nebraska

Thrown out tires at a tire dump

Nebraska has been at the forefront of reducing solid waste ending up in landfills for many years now, giving themselves one of the highest recycling rates in the country or nearly 40%. Despite that, there is still a great need for landfills and dumps throughout the state as more than 2 million tonnes of waste still ends up there every year. That’s good news for those looking for a location to dump some trash, as it means there’s likely one nearby.

You’ll find these dumps, landfills, and transfer stations in areas such as Lincoln, York, hastings, Bennington, Columbus, Lexington, Springfield, McCook, and many more.

If you’re thinking about dumping materials that could be hazardous or potentially toxic, please visit their website or give them a call beforehand to make sure they can process it safely. Otherwise, most dumps will accept common materials such as construction rubble, household goods, car parts, and yard waste.

Most of the dumps in Nebraska are operated and owned by the local counties. Tipping fees for dumping at these locations will generally be lower for residents living in the same county.  This is similar to many of the dumps in Texas.

On the other hand, there are quite a few dumps around the state that are owned by private organizations. Dumping waste here will generally attract higher fees – so keep that in mind when you choose which landfill you want to visit.

To find your nearest dump, landfills, or transfer station, you can enter your location into the map or scroll through all the locations below.

As well, if you know of any more locations that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in. Thank you!

Sorted plastics items ready for the trash

List of Nebraska Garbage Dumps

Scroll through the list of dumps below or use the map to find one near you


Most landfills will accept all types of goods except anything that could be potentially hazardous or toxic. If you think you have something that might be dangerous, visit their website or give them a quick call to see if they can take it off your hands.

Prices will go up and down depending on whether your dump at a private organization or a county-owned dump. It also depends on how much you’re dumping and what kind of materials you have. To get accurate pricing, visit their website or give them a call.