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Judy AllenLandfill Director
Address:804 Landfill RoadWaynesboro, GA 30830 Email: email@example.com Phone: 706-554-4125 Fax: 706-554-8759 Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday
8:00AM to 5:00PM
Fees begin at a minimum $5.00 and go up to $44.88 per ton.
CASH AND CHECK ONLY
JULY 4TH WEEKEND SCHEDULE
BURKE COUNTY LANDFILL WILL BE CLOSED NEXT SATURDAY, JULY 3RD THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 5TH FOR JULY 4TH WEEKEND. WE WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY, JULY 6TH. HAVE A HAPPY JULY 4TH WEEKEND!
Burke County Landfill to Open
Every Saturday Starting January 9th
The Burke County landfill will begin opening on Saturdays starting on January 9th. Hours of operation will be from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. There will still be a tipping fee for waste disposal. Fees begin at a minimum $5.00 and go up to $44.88 per ton. Please cover all loads to prevent littering on our roads and highways.
Follow the Rules & Keep Burke County Safe, Healthy and Clean
Illegal dumping is just what it says, (Illegal).
Our goal at this landfill site is protect Human Health and the Environment by providing a safe and effective way to dispose of your waste products here in Burke County.
By disposing your waste properly, you help to prevent environmental issues such as;
Diseases carried by mosquitos, flies, and rats.
Contamination of ground water.
Contamination of drinking water wells.
Contamination of our river and streams.
Please use your tax dollars wisely by using this facility instead of dumping trash on roadway, and other areas that are (NOT) legal dumping sites.
Any illegal dumping should be reported to your local Code Enforcement Department, at (706)554-8758 or (706)551-1136.