Find Oklahoma Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

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

Old car parts at a scrapyard

Around 5.5 million tonnes of waste ends up in landfills and dumps around Oklahoma every year, and despite many people pushing recycling programs, it looks like the need for landfills are going to be around for many years to come. That’s good news for you as it means you’re likely not too far away from a dump ready to process your trash.

You’ll find locations all around the state in areas such as Oklahoma City, Durant, Spencer, Lawton, Prague, Alderson, Enid, Wewoka, Morris, Stillwater, and many more.

To find your nearest dump, enter your location into the map to get started, or scroll through the list to see them all.

Scrap metals, construction rubble, common household goods, yard waste, furniture, white goods, and car parts are some of the most commonly accepted waste materials. If you have something toxic or potentially hazardous, give them a quick call to see if they safely process it.

Keep in mind as well, that you may be charged a tipping fee depending on what materials you have and how much you’ve got. If you don’t want to pay, wait for one of the ‘Free Tipping’ days some of the counties give out. As well, you’ll likely save a bit of cash if you dump at a county-owned landfill or transfer station compared to a private one.

Lastly, if you know of any more landfills, dumps, or transfer stations in Oklahoma that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in. Happy dumping!

Construction waste going to a transfer station

List of Oklahoma Garbage Dumps

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


Household goods, yard waste, bricks, sand, scrap metals, papers, glassware, plastics, and car parts are the most commonly accepted items. For everything else, it’s best to give them a quick call to confirm.

Tipping fees will go up and down depending on what kind of trash you have and much it weights, or how many cubic feet you have. They also vary depending on whether it’s a private or coujnty-owned dump. Give them a quick call or check their website for accurate pricing.