Hunter Ferrell Municipal Solid Waste Landfill
The landfill was opened by the City of Irving in 1981.
Location and Hours
The landfill is located at 110 E. Hunter Ferrell Road, east of the intersection of MacArthur Blvd. and Hunter Ferrell Road. Landfill hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day except city-designated holidays.
The landfill opens at 9:00 a.m. on the last Wednesday of every month. These dates are as follows:
- October 28, 2015
- November 18, 2015
- December 30, 2015
- January 27, 2016
- February 24, 2016
- March 30, 2016
- April 27, 2016
- May 25, 2016
- June 29, 2016
- July 27, 2016
- August 31, 2016
- September 28, 2016
The landfill is closed on the following 2015 holidays:
- New Years Day, Jan. 1
- Memorial Day, May 25
- Independence Day, July 4
- Labor Day, Sept. 7
- Thanksgiving, Nov. 26 and 27
- Christmas, Dec. 24 and 25
Fees / Charges
Fees are determined by the vehicle that is used to transport waste to the landfill.
- There is a charge of $10 per 1/4 ton for pickup trucks that are one ton and larger, and trailers that are 9 feet or longer in length.
- Residents will not be charged for household waste transported in passenger cars, station wagons, pickups with less than a one ton rating, or in trailers less than 9 feet in length.
- All commercial entities must pay the fee listed above regardless of vehicle size.
- An anti-litter fee will be charged if waste loads are not secured to prevent spillage.
- If the weighing scales at the landfill are temporarily inoperable, patrons will be charged based on vehicle size and category, as outlined in Irving City Code, Sec. 33-19.
- Only waste generated within the city of Irving is allowed.
- Proof of residency, driver's license and a current water bill (the names must match), is required upon entry.
- Salvaging is not allowed.
- Individuals are responsible for unloading their waste materials at the designated area. Individuals not unloading waste, especially children, should remain in their car.
- Vehicles immobilized or left unattended will be towed at the owner's expense.
Items That Require Special Handling or Prohibited
- Chemicals or flammable materials (i.e. gasoline, household cleaners, pool chemicals, etc.) or waste that is considered hazardous, unidentifiable or questionable cannot be disposed of at the landfill. Dallas County residents should call the Home Chemical Collection Center at (214) 553-1765 for more information on how to properly dispose of household hazardous materials.
- Roofing materials are accepted from residents in vehicles as described under the fees/charges section. Residents with roofing materials must have a roofing permit with their name and address matching their driver's license.
- Household paint must be put in sealed containers, preferably original container, not larger than 5 gallons in size. No more than 5 gallons at any one time.
Items That Are Recycled and Must Be Separated From Other Waste
- Used motor oil must be put in a container less than 1 gallon in size with a secure lid or cap. No more than 5 gallons at any one time.
- Automotive tires must be from a passenger car or light truck, only. If you have more than 5 tires, a fee of $1 per tire, plus the tipping fee for the weight of the load ($40 per ton) will be assessed. No one address or individual will be allowed to dispose of more than 16 tires in any one month.
- Lead acid automotive batteries should be from a passenger car or light truck, only. No more than three at any one time.
- Appliances and metal materials are recycled at the landfill and must be separated from other waste. The vehicle fees stated above still apply.