Construction & Demolition Landfill Management Includes digging cells, managing erosion control devices, and maintaining filled landfill sites.
C&D Landfill temporarily closed Saturdays
1) Pull into weigh station
2) Tell Attendant what items you are throwing away
3) Tell Attendant where you are from
4) You will be handed a card with a number.
5) Drive to dump site
6) Pull back into weigh station for re-weigh and payment
Address & Hours
P.O. Box 261
Lexington, GA 30648
882 Athens Rd
Crawford, GA 30630
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday: 8 -4:45 pm
Saturday: 8 - 11:45 am
Temporarily Closed Saturdays
Mobile Home Disposal
A C&D landfill receives construction and demolition debris, which typically consists of roadwork material, excavated material, demolition waste, renovation waste, and site clearance waste. C&D landfills do not receive hazardous waste or industrial solid waste.
What is a C&D Landfill?
If you are a construction and demolition hauling company, fill out a landfill business account application. By creating an account, you will save time and be invoiced monthly instead paying each time.
Click HERE for application.
C& D Hauling Business
If you have asbestos demolition or construction waste, please call to set an appointment. Appointment is required. Additionally, please have ready your asbestos manifest at the time of your appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I able to take dead animal to the landfill?
No, we do not accept dead animals. This is because we are a C&D Landfill, which means we can only accept construction, demolition, and yard waste material. This is different from a solid waste landfill in the sense that C&D landfills do not have protective liners in places to protect groundwater from pollutants.
What should I do with dead livestock?
The Public Works Departments does offer complimentary service of burying dead livestock. Please call 706-743-3649.
Is there a certification process for Landfill Operators?
Yes, state law requires that a landfill have at least one landfill operator to be certified. Oglethorpe County currently has five certified landfill operators to ensure work place safety, proper disposal of waste, and compiance with state law and regulation.