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sun country materials landfill Waste Disposal, Diversion and Recycling

We provide non-hazardous solid waste collection, recycling and landfill disposal services to commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers.

Whether you have a spring cleaning project or have commercial needs, you’ll find friendly assistance and professional service at Waste Connections.

We recover a variety of recyclable materials such as cardboard, office paper, plastics, oil, glass, and a variety of metals for reuse.

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sun country materials landfill

Waste Connections' Sun Country Materials Management Facility, located southeast of Tampa in Riverview, FL, has offered safe disposal of non-hazardous construction and demolition debris since 1995.

Address

11457 COUNTY ROAD 672,RIVERVIEW, FL 33598

Phone

813-642-9594

Travis County Landfill Rates

Travis County Landfill Rates

Open from 7:00 AM - 4:45 PM

PRICES INCLUDE ENVIRONMENTAL FEE

All customers MUST wear hard hats, safety vests and safety glasses.

Non Account Customers: Vehicles to 16 ft
Loose C&D Debris
Min Charge $110.00/Covers up to 3 cu. yds.
$32.67 per yd. after 3 cu. yds.
Non Compactible
Carpet or cut up tires min. $213.84/Up to 3 cu. yds.
$71.28 per yd. after 3 cu. yds.
Shingles
Min Charge $162.86/Covers up to 3 cu. yds.
$54.29 per yd. after 3 cu. yds.
Dump Trucks and Trailers Over 16 ft.
2 Ton min. $137.84
$68.92 per yd. after 2 tons
All Customers
Car Tires-No Rim
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$11.00 priced individually
Car Tires-With Rim
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$16.50 priced individually
Truck Tires-No Rim
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$24.20 priced individually
Truck Tires-With Rim
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$38.50 priced individually
Tractor Trailer Tires-No Rim
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$33.00 priced individually
Tractor Trailer Tires-With Rim
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$55.00 priced individually
Mattress
Same fee for all sizes
$27.50 priced individually
Box Springs
Same fee for all sizes
$27.50 priced individually
Pull Off
Non Refundable
$55.00 non refundable
Safety Kit
Hard hat & safety vest
$27.06 non refundable
Tarp Fee
Un-tarped loads are subject to fee
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Rejected Load Fee
Rejected loads are subject to fee if we reload
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Waste Connections

Waste Connections' Sun Country Materials Management Facility, located southeast of Tampa in Riverview, FL, has offered safe disposal of non-hazardous construction and demolition debris since 1995.

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General Rates

Our rates are based on the net weight dumped.

  • Payment terms
    Accepting Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, ​ American Express and local checks only with Cold Canyon Landfill certified weight. Checks must be numbered over 700 in the check series number and must be imprinted with name and address. Must have a valid California ID.
  • Entrance deposit and load checks policy
    A mandatory deposit of Cash or Check is required at the scale house upon entrance. All loads are subject to random load checks and inspections for prohibited material.

About sun country materials landfill

Your Trusted Partner

Waste Connections’ Sun Country Materials Management Facility, located just southeast of Tampa in Riverview, FL, approximately 1.5 miles East of the intersection of County Road 672 and U.S. Route 301, has provided safe, responsible and efficient non-hazardous construction and demolition debris disposal since 1995. As a result of our diversified operations, including roll-off service and transfer stations in Tampa and Palmetto that are accessible for use by residents and 3rd party waste collections companies, we can accommodate non-hazardous waste disposal needs that arise from demolition, new construction projects and manufactured housing.

Managing materials for Southwest Florida

SUN COUNTRY MATERIALS Management Facility and it’s affiliated Waste Connections companies serve various counties throughout central southwest Florida.

Waste Connections Purpose, Vision & Values Statement

Waste Connections Managers are Servant Leaders. Our Managers are provided multi-level Servant Leadership training and our values are ingrained in our daily operations and decision making. Honoring our commitments provides our stakeholders peace of mind and establishes us as the premier waste services company in the markets we serve. This creates a safe and rewarding environment for our employees while protecting the health and welfare of the communities we serve, thereby increasing value for our shareholders.

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Are you still uncertain about other details? Contact us to get more information regarding your specific needs.

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813-642-9594

FAQs

Have any questions related to your specific needs?
When are we open?
Does my load have to be covered/tarped?
What do we take in our Landfills?
Can I come out to the landfill and salvage or pick through the trash?
Can I bring my old paint, chemicals and/or cleaning supplies to the landfill?
What if I need to get rid of chemically contaminated soil and/or other contaminated material?

Are you still uncertain about sizing, pricing, or other details? Contact one of our professionals to get more information regarding which option is the best for you.

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805-549-8332

FAQs

Have any questions related to special waste?
Is advanced notice of shipment required?
Does special waste have any additional delivery requirements?
Does my load have to be covered/tarped?
Are special waste shipments accepted on weekends?
What types of special wastes are not accepted at Anson Landfill?

Contact our Special Waste Sales Representative, Helen Grigg, for questions. Helen.Grigg@WasteConnections.com

Call her today
704-773-5317

FAQs

Have any questions related to your specific needs?
What do we take in our landfills?
What about special waste?
Does my load have to be covered/tarped?
Can I come out to the landfill and salvage or pick through the trash?
Can I bring my old paint, chemicals and/or cleaning supplies to the landfill?
What if I need to get rid of asbestos/chemically contaminated soil and/or other contaminated material?

Remember the last load time is 30 minutes before closing and we do not accept cards for payment only cash or check (small bills only).

Call us today
575-394-9109

FAQs

Have any questions related to your specific needs?
Does my load have to be covered/tarped?
Can I come out to the landfill and salvage or pick through the trash?
Can I bring my old paint, chemicals and/or cleaning supplies to the landfill?
What if I need to get rid of asbestos/chemically contaminated soil and/or other contaminated material?
What methods of payment do you accept?

Are you still uncertain about sizing, pricing, or other details? Contact one of our professionals to get more information regarding which option is the best for you.

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844-708-7274
Community Support

Serving our Community

When first permitted in 1991, the Sun Country Materials Facility was located in, what was then, rural Hillsborough County. Since then, rapid suburban growth has encroached and surrounded the landfill on its Northern, Western and Southern boundaries. Given its close proximity to residential communities, the facility’s technical and management staff take a very self-reflective view of its operations to design and implement effective nuisance control measures. Sun Country Materials aims to have solid mutually respectful relationships with local leaders, municipal officials and especially the neighbors in close proximity to its operations. These parties are encouraged to contact our Facility District Manager with questions or concerns they may have about our facility.

Involvement | Part of our community infrastructure

Waste Connections gives back to its surrounding areas by contributing to youth, environmental, cultural and economic programs.We’re committed to many local charities and we’re an active participant in numerous special events. In addition, we have speakers who regularly talk to school groups around the county about the solid waste industry and recycling.

Empowering our team to make a difference

Our employees are encouraged to participate in the community by serving on non-profit boards and committees. Many of our employees also serve on local school boards and church councils; they are soccer coaches, tutors and volunteers. We have thoroughly committed to be a good and responsible corporate citizen.

Bike Building

Our parent company, Waste Connections, started building bikes in 2011 for children in need at Christmas time. At Sun Country Materials we embrace the Christmas Promise Bike Build that gives us an opportunity to give back to the community where we live and serve. In 2019 Sun Country Materials, along with its affiliated companies in the Tampa area, were able to raise funds for, build and gift 175 bicycles and safety helmets to organizations helping children in the surrounding area.

Environmental Protections

Sun Country Materials , along with our parent company, Waste Connections, supports sustainability efforts across the company and the communities we serve. We recognize the importance of continuing efforts to minimize our impact on the environment by: encouraging materials recycling and reuse; using waste to generate clean, renewable energy; reducing our carbon footprint and use of fossil fuels; and exploring alternatives to land disposal. Sun Country Materials recycles methane associated with the decomposition of organic material in the landfill. While construction and demolition debris does not generate very much methane as compared to municipal solid waste, Sun Country Materials uses this captured fuel to destroy carbon dioxide and compounds that can be a potential source of odors at the facility. Sun Country Materials has been very cooperative with conservation efforts in the immediate area incorporating, within its development plan, approximately 200 plus acres of property to act as natural buffers Our well maintained land hosts various forms of wildlife including , various species of birds observed at the site include; blue herons, ducks, roseate spoon bills, hawks, kestrels, etc.. Sun Country, as part of their Natural Resources Permit, manages two Kestrel nesting boxes for local population on the eastern property buffer.

The Sun Country Materials facility design and related environmental protection systems meet all state and federal regulations. The Sun Country Materials Facility encompasses a total of approximately 450 acres of land, which includes approximately 126 acres that were permitted by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for the disposal of C&D debris. Of the 126 acres, the initial 36 acres permitted in 1991 and filled consist of an unlined disposal area. This 36-acre disposal area was certified as closed by FDEP in 2009. An additional approximate 55-acres of disposal area was permitted for C&D debris disposal in 2005. This additional permitted area (referred to as the Phase I Expansion) is constructed to include high density polyethylene (HDPE) bottom liner system. Leachate (liquid, i.e., rain that percolates through the C&D debris) is collected on top of this liner system. Any liquids percolating through the debris flows through a geotextile filter fabric and sand drainage layer to the lowest portion of the disposal cell where it is collected and pumped to on-site temporary leachate storage bladders. Leachate is then conveyed via force main to one or two of the Hillsborough County wastewater treatment facilities for treatment.

To help ensure the integrity of the facility’s containment system, twenty-five(25) groundwater monitoring wells are strategically placed throughout the site to ensure that facility operations do not affect groundwater quality. Sun Country Materials follows an aggressive capping schedule to control rain infiltration, erosion and to control potential odors from decomposing organic materials. A combination of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) liners, drainage materials and geotextiles are used to cap and seal the facility as it is filled to design grades. Soil and sod are then placed above the synthetic capping system. Active gas collection is not required under FDEP rules; however, Sun Country Materials has permitted (via FDEP) gas collection and destruction devices and incorporates these control features into the capping design for the facility. Though very little gas volume is created versus the amount created at a putrescible landfill, gas at C&D disposal facilities can contain high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) which has a very pungent “rotten egg” odor even at very low concentrations. H2S concentrations at the Sun Country Materials perimeter checkpoints are very low, if detectable at all, because our gas extraction features allows us to draw H2S by vacuum and destroy it at a flare that uses the methane component of the captured gas as fuel.

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Please review the list of acceptable and unacceptable items for disposal outlined above. ​ If you have a question about wastes for disposal, please contact us in advance of bringing the material to the landfill. ​ Call Champ Landfill or email us.

Accepted Landfill Materials: Clean fill - soil, Concrete and asphalt, Construction debris, Farm or agricultural waste, Household municipal waste (Includes carpet, furniture, mattresses), Non-hazardous commercial waste, Tires that are chipped or shredded only and tree branches over 6 inches in diameter.

Unaccepted Landfill Materials: Appliances (major), Bulk liquids, Explosives, Highly flammable or volatile substances, Propane gas containers, Radioactive materials, Regulated infectious waste, Regulated quantities of hazardous waste, Regulated quantities of PCB, Septic tank pumpings, Tires, Whole, Toxic waste, Waste oil, Yard waste (keep separate for green waste recycling).

Green Waste Recycling

For safety reasons, yard waste materials are only accepted Monday through Friday. ​ They are closed on Saturdays. ​ If you have a question about what kind of green wastes are accepted for recycling, please call Hansen's Environmental Wood Resources at 636-379-1830.

Accepted Green Materials: Brush and logs 6 inches or less in diameter, Christmas trees, Garden vegetation, Leaves, Sawdust, Untreated or unpainted lumber & pallets, Wood chips and Yard clippings.

Unaccepted Green Materials: Bio solids, Decorative or ceremonial items, Dead animals, Human waste, Liquid waste, Stumps, roots, or shrubs with intact root balls and Other organic material not specially listed.

FAQs

Have any questions related to your specific needs?
Does my load have to be covered/tarped?
Can I come out to the landfill and salvage or pick through the trash?
Do we take Checks, ATM or Credit Cards?
Can I bring my old paint, chemicals and/or cleaning supplies to the landfill?
What if I need to get rid of chemically contaminated soil and/or other contaminated material?

Are you still uncertain about sizing, pricing, or other details? Contact one of our professionals to get more information regarding which option is the best for you.

Call us today
5414812233
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Butler County Landfill Services & Rates

Butler County Landfill is a modern municipal solid waste disposal facility permitted by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and is in full compliance with Nebraska rules and regulations as well as Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

Non-hazardous waste disposal services

Asbestos-Friable and Asbestos-Non-Friable
Construction & Demolition Debris
Industrial & Special Waste
Municipal Solid Waste and Yard Waste
CERCLA Waste

Unacceptable Items

Waste Oil
Lead-Acid Batteries
Unregulated Hazardous Waste
Scrap Tires (in any form) - We accept seperately for processing.
Discarded Household Appliances - We accept separately for recyclinge

Tires

Car:
$3.00
Truck:
$6.00
Tractor:
$12.00
Bulk Tires:
$120/ton

White goods

Appliances:
$7.00
No freon appliances allowed:
refrigerators, freezers, air conditioner. Not even gutted, ​ tagged, or wires cut
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