Brown's Island Demolition Landfill
The Brown’s Island Demolition Landfill is permitted by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality as a demolition landfill. The permit restricts the types of materials which may be accepted.
No wood materials except as noted below.
Only the following materials are acceptable:
- Asphalt Shingles*
- Vinyl Flooring*
- Window Glass
- Styrofoam Insulation
PVC and other plastics
The charge for disposing of these materials is $13 per cubic yard, with a minimum charge of $13.
Please note that lightweight materials (like Visqueen) may be disposed of for less money at the Salem-Keizer Recycling & Transfer Station because the rate is based on weight, not volume as it is at the Brown's Island Facility.
Payment Options: Customers may pay with cash, personal checks, debit or credit cards including Master Card and Visa. Please note that you will be required to show photo ID for checks and card payments. $100 bills cannot be accepted at this facility. Marion County No Longer Accepts AMERICAN EXPRESS or DISCOVER Credit Cards.
All unrestrained loads will be charged an additional $10.00 fee. This fee doubles for each repeated occurrence.
An unrestrained load is defined as any load that can drop, sift, leak, blow or otherwise escape from the transporting vehicle. Trash in closed plastic bags that are below the sidewalls is acceptable. If bags are above sidewalls, they must be restrained with a rope, net or tarp. Tailgates shall be used.
*Asbestos By Permit Only
Information about Asbestos removal, disposal, and shipment.
Certain wastes are not acceptable for disposal at Marion County Disposal Facilities. If you have this type of waste, call the Marion County Department of Environmental Services for instructions on proper disposal.
Disposal of household hazardous waste is prohibited at the transfer stations in the paid disposal or the recycling areas. Appropriate disposal is available at our
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility (located separately at the Salem-Keizer Transfer Station).
The following materials are unacceptable:
- Hazardous Waste
- Pathological and biological waste
- Radioactive materials
- Sewage sludge
- Animal remains
- Organic Debris
- Cesspool and other human waste
Syringes, needles and sharps
- Liquid waste
- Containers of oil
- Closed barrels, tanks, or containers
- Rail road ties and telephone poles
- Barrels, drums, or containers marked: Flammable, Dangerous, Poison, Corrosive, Oxidizer, Non-Flammable Gas, Explosives, or Radioactive.
For specific disposal requirements, call 588-5169, press "0".