Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Saturday17827 Whitney Lane NEWoodburn OR 97071Phone 503-588-5169
Notice: Effective December 1, 2013, the minimum transaction charge has increased. The minimum charge for garbage is now $25.00 (covers the first 580 pounds). The minimum charge for yard waste is $15.00 (covers the first 640 pounds). The garbage per ton rate remains the same at $87.45 per ton, and yard debris remains the same at $47.00 per ton.This new minimum fee also applies at the Salem-Keizer Recycling and Transfer Station.
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Wondering how to recycle or dispose of something not on this list? Check out our Recycling Guide!Or call our officeMonday through Friday from 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 503-588-5169, press "0".
Materials accepted at this sitefor a fee (see rates below):
Recycling items accepted for free:
Residential and commercial garbage
Compostable yard waste
Electronics: TV's, stereos, computers, phones, printers, microwaves, photocopy machines, cell phones, PDA's, MP3 players, cameras, CD's, DVD's, VHS tapes, floppy disks and all other media formats & more.
Clear & colored container glass - no dishes!
Household batteries & wet cell vehicle batteries
Latex paint & oil based paint
Scrap metal (anything that is at least 90% metal)
Mixed paper, cardboard, & Grey board
Used vegetable cooking oil- no longer accepted at this location. It is accepted at Republic Services - Woodburn. 2215 N. Front St.
Plastics: Rigid containers recycling #'s 1-7
Aseptic packaging (milk cartons, juice boxes, etc.)
Recyclables that can be mixed together - Complete list,
Information on Household Hazardous Waste Disposal.
Garbage Disposal Rates:
All demolition material disposal will be the same rate as garbage.
Small tire (less than 20"rim) - $1.25
Small tire on rim - $2.75
*(Small tires greater than 12"width are charged at medium tire rate)
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.
Marion County No Longer Accepts AMERICAN EXPRESS or DISCOVER Credit Cards.
Pathological and biological waste
Animal remains greater than 65 pounds
Cesspool and other human waste
Syringes, needles and sharps
Containers of oil
Closed barrels, tanks, or containers
Railroad ties and telephone poles or other creosote treated wood
Barrels, drums, or containers marked: Flammable, Dangerous, Poison, Corrosive, Oxidizer, Non-Flammable Gas, Explosives, or Radioactive.
Unbagged Insulation that is in pieces 1 square foot or less. Please tape bags shut.
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). Wondering how to recycle or dispose of something not on this list? Check out our searchable database!For specific disposal requirements, call 588-5169, press "0".
Note Regarding Unrestrained Loads
All unrestrained loads will be charged an additional $10.00 fee. Fees double 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.
Options for tires larger than 26" rim size
Tire Disposal and RecyclingCustomers should call ahead to find out about prices and hours of operation.1333 N. HarborgatePortland, OR 97203(503) 240-1919
RB Recycling(503) 283-2261
Transfer stations in Marion County are for public use. Garbage brought here is transported to the Marion County Waste-to-Energy Facility and incinerated. Energy is recovered and turned into electricity which is purchased by Portland General Electric. Compostable material goes to a commercial composting facility and is processed into a soil amendment. Recyclable items are hauled to nearby recycling markets for processing.