Find Oregon Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

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

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Oregon generates more than 5 million tonnes of solid waste every year, and for what can’t be recycled, it ends up in landfills. And even though there are many recycling programs around, the rates are nowhere near high enough to get rid of dumps and landfills altogether. That means there will likely be a dump near you for many years to come.

Despite some objections, there are new landfills being built, and current ones being expanded to keep up with demand. You’ll find them across the state in areas such as Salem, Eagle Point, Eugene, Coos Bay, Blue River, Oakland, Lakeview, Vale, and many more.

Enter your location into the map to find your nearest dump, or scroll through the list below to see them all.

Some of the most commonly accepted items include materials such as scrap metals, construction rubble, sand, yard waste, common household goods, tires, electronics, and more. If you have hazardous waste make sure it ends up at the right location as it can cause serious damage to the local environment.

Tipping fees will vary from location to location. County-owned dumps, like many of them in Ohio, generally have lower fees than those owned by privately-owned companies. You’ll also discover that fees will go up and down depending on what type of materials you’re dropping off and how much you’ve got.

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

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List of Oregon Garbage Dumps

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


Almost all everyday items and construction materials will be accepted by the majority of dumps in Ohio. If you have something toxic or hazardous to the environment, check their website or give them a call to see if they can accept your items.

You will most likely be charged a ‘tipping fee’ to unload your trash at the dump or transfer station. These vary from site to site so give them a quick call to confirm.