Find Nevada Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

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

Unused and old car tires ready for landfill

Nevada produces more than 10 million tonnes of solid waste every year, meaning there’s a great need for landfills. The need is even greater than other states due to the relatively low recycling rates around Nevada. That’s good news for you if you’re looking for a dump or landfill because it means there’s likely one nearby.

You’ll find them across the many regions and counties in Nevada including North Las Vegas, Reno, Mesquite, Eureka, Fallon, Carson City, Hawthorne, Pahrump, and many more.

If you’re wondering what you can and can’t dump at these locations, most will accept common items such as household waste, scrap materials, yard waste, and so on. If you have waste that could be potentially dangerous to the environment, double check that they can dispose of it safely. In any case, your waste is much better off at a dump than not.

Most of the dumps you’ll find in Texas are owned by the local counties, which is similar to the case here in Nevada. Residents living in the counties where the dump or transfer station is located should receive lower tipping fees compared to outsiders.

If you’re thinking about paying a visit to a privately owned landfill, make sure to give them a call to avoid any unwanted surprise fees.

You can find a dump near you in Nevada by scrolling through the list below or entering your location into the map to get started.

If you know of any more transfer stations, landfills, or dumps around the state that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in. Thank you!

Two garbage bins ready for the dump

List of Nevada Garbage Dumps

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


Most location will accept all types of every day trash from your household or a construction site. Whereas only are few are capable of handling toxic or hazardous waste. It’s best to give them a call to check to see if they can process your waste safely.

Tipping fees vary depending on whether you’re dumping at a private or county-owned dump, how much material you’re offloading, and what kind of materials you have. Check their website or give them a call to confirm prices.