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Posted on: September 7, 2022

Free Landfill Drop-Off for Residents

Truck at the weigh station at the Hunter Ferrell Landfill

Irving residents have free access to drop off limited items at the Hunter Ferrell Landfill, 110 E. Hunter Ferrell Road. To access the landfill for free, residents must provide identification (drivers license, state identification card, etc.) and an Irving utility bill with a matching address.

Free Daily Drop-Off Service

During regular landfill hours, residents can bring the following items for disposal for no additional fee:

  • Household trash
  • Loose leaves (not contaminated)
  • Loose grass clipping (not contaminated)
  • Clean brush (not contaminated)
  • Recyclable materials (not contaminated)
  • Dirt, brick, gravel, etc. (not contaminated)

Standard landfill fees apply to construction and demolition debris. Leaves, grass clippings, brush, recyclables and other accepted items must be separated and not contain other materials or trash.

Free Landfill Saturdays

Residents can bring bulky items, as well as items accepted during daily drop-off service, quarterly on Free Landfill Saturdays for disposal from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. with no additional fee. Standard landfill fees apply to construction and demolition debris.

  • Aug. 5, 2023

Subscribe to the Solid Waste Services calendar to receive email notices of special disposal days and events, including shredding and hazardous household waste collection.

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