Find West Virginia Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

Get rid of your unwanted items at dumps and landfills in West Virginia

Red tires at a garbage dump

Across the many landfills, dumps, and transfer stations in West Virginia, more than 2 million tonnes of solid waste is processed every year. And although there are great efforts to increase recycling rates around the state, there will likely be a need for dumps for many years to come. That’s good news for you, as it means there’s probably a dump not too far away.

You’ll find some in areas such as Charlestown, Buckhannon, Wayne, Lewisburg, Peterstown, Ripley, Foster, Winfeld, Capels, and many more locations. These dumps can process most everyday items, but only a few can safely handle toxic or hazardous waste, So make sure to give them a quick call to check what they can and can’t accept.

Finding a dump close by is simply, just scroll through the list below to see them all or enter your location into the map to get started.

Although most of the dumps around West Virginia are owned by local counties, some are also owned by private organisations. This is a similar case when you look at a lot of the dumps in Washington. Dumping your trash at privately owned locations will generally attract higher fees than those owned by the local counties. Give their website a visit or give them a quick call for accurate pricing.

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

Scrap metals ready for the garbage dump

List of West Virginia Garbage Dumps

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


Generally speaking, no. You can dump as much as you like, but remember, you’re also going to have to pay for it. Tipping fees to tend to go up and down depending on how much you’ve got.

If you think your waste is potentially toxic or hazardous, make sure it’s processed safely at the correct facility. That way there should be little inpact on the local environment.