A message regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dear Finney County Landfill Customer:
Our number one value at Finney County Landfill is the safety of our employees, our customers, and the communities we serve. We are closely monitoring the current situation and are following guidance from the CDC, WHO, and our state and local public health officials. We recognize that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has tremendous unknowns and could cause unanticipated service delays, service interruptions, or unusually high call volumes.
We provide an essential service within our communities and strive to meet our customer commitments. At Finney County Landfill, we have developed and implemented business continuity plans to ensure our operations run as effectively as possible during this unique period in order to keep our commitment to provide the best possible service in a courteous, effective manner, and show respect and gratitude for those we are fortunate to serve.
To help ensure your safety and the safety of our employees, we ask that residential garbage customers bag all trash before placing it in your container.
Please continue to follow all guidelines regarding disposal of Household Hazardous Waste.
Items and materials categorized as corrosive, toxic, reactive, or flammable should not be placed in your garbage, but instead taken to a Household Hazardous Waste collection center.
You can view disposal guidelines for various items here:
Thank you. We greatly appreciate your patience and trust in Finney County Landfill.