Landfill / Recycling

*Tornado/Storm Debris Cleanup from April 29th, 2022 Event – Butler County

The Butler County Landfill will waive fees for debris cleanup related to the tornado/storm event.

Hours of Operation:

7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday
 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Closed - Sunday

Fees for all storm waste will be waived. All loads will need to cross the scales for load counts and weights. Tree and brush debris should be separated from building debris and household type debris. Refrigerators and freezers should be emptied first and delivered separately from loads of waste.


*E-Waste building is closed indefinitely BUT E-Waste and HHW items can still be dropped off.  Please stop at the Scalehouse for directions.

Facility Holidays


The facilities will be closed five holidays a year. Those holidays are New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

About the Landfill


Owned by Butler County, Butler County Landfill serves all of Butler County. The Landfill is located on a 480-acre site with 116 acres permitted by Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE). The Landfill is located four miles south of Highway 254 on Boyer Road.

The landfill contains a Sub-Title D operational municipal solid waste cell, construction/demolition waste cell, and electronic waste (e-waste) household hazardous waste (HHW) collection facility.

Fees


The Landfill fees support the operating expenses of Butler County Landfill, solid waste disposal issues and environmental concerns. Disposal fees are based on the type and weight of materials brought to the Landfill.

Recycling


The Landfill also recycles: refrigeration units, tires, white goods, used oil, scrape metal, and batteries. 

Yard Waste Composting/Wood Chip Program


A yard waste composting / wood chip program is also featured. Wood chips are available to citizens of Butler County for personal residential use.

Please call (316) 322-4158 in advance to confirm that wood chips are available; during peak gardening season, the stockpile is sometimes depleted. When available, residents of Butler County may load their own wood chips.