Find Utah Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

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

Old constructions bricks ready for garbage

Utah has one of the lowest recycling rates in the country, meaning it still sends off millions of tonnes of solid waste to landfills and dumps around the state every year. And although some landfills are being converted into solar power farms, there are still plenty around meaning there’s likely one near you.

You’ll find dumps all across Utah in areas such as Salt Lake City, West Haven, Cedar City, Sigurd, Woods Cross, Vernal, Washington, Payson, Beaver, and many more. These locations will accept the vast majority of waste materials, however, give them a call or check their website before you head down if you think you have something that could be toxic or hazardous.

To find you nearest dump in Utah, enter your location into the map or scroll through the list below to see all the locations.

Most of the transfer stations and landfills in Pennsylvania are owned by the local counties of the state, which you’ll see is the same case within many of the locations in Utah. Fees at county-owned dumps are generally lower than those owned by private corporations.

Please note that fees also vary depending on what type of material you’re dumping and how much you’ve got.

If you know of any more dumps in Utah that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in. Thank you!

Plywood and other household construction material in a dumpster

List of Utah Garbage Dumps

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


Generally speaking, there is not limit, but prices do increase depending on how much you’ve got. So expect to be charged quite high fees if you’re bringing in trucks of it.

Everyday household items such as yard waste, construction rubble, car parts, tires, household goods, and construction materials are the most commonly accepted items.