County Landfill / Environmental Facilities   

Sullivan County Division of Solid Waste operates the Sullivan County Landfill & Recycling Center in Monticello, as well as five (5) Recycling & Transfer Stations located conveniently throughout the county. Each facility is open specific days and hours as noted on the chart below. Our facilities accept many types of solid waste and recyclables, with some hazardous materials exceptions. Please contact the facility directly for information on specific materials.

Fees: Fees are charged for the disposal of all solid waste. There are no fees for most recyclables. Please refer to complete fee information

Landfill, Transfer Stations & Recycling Locations

DPW Waste Map

Detailed maps and calendars (including holiday closings) for county operated facilities are available by clicking on the appropriate location link below.

redAMONTICELLO TRANSFER STATION OPERATING SCHEULE:

  • 91 LANDFILL DRIVE, MONTICELLO, NY 12701
  • COMMERCIAL HAULERS:
  • Monday through Friday 7:45 AM – 2:45 PM (Scale closes at 2:30 PM).
  • Saturday and Sunday (Sunday hours effective July 10, 2011 through September 25, 2011) 7:45 AM – 12:00 PM (Scale Closes at 11:00)
  • RESIDENTIAL USERS:
  • MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:45 AM – 2:45 PM, (SCALES CLOSE AT 2:30 PM)
  • SATURDAY 7:45 AM - 12:00 NOON; (SCALE CLOSES AT 11:00 AM)
  • RECYCLING CENTER CLOSED SATURDAYS.
  • TEL. (845) 807-0290
  • redBFERNDALE TRANSFER STATION

  • 78 LT. J. G. BRENDER HIGHWAY(OFF CR 78), FERNDALE, NY
  • HOURS: Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday 7:45 AM – 2:45 PM. (Scales Close 2:30 PM).
  • [No Commercial hauler access.  All Commercial haulers are to utilize the new Monticello Transfer Station]
  • TEL:  (845) 292-3670
  • redCHIGHLAND TRANSFER STATION

    • 475 STATE ROUTE 55, ELDRED, NY
    • HOURS: TUES. THURS. & SAT. 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM
    • [NO COMMERCIAL HAULERS PERMITTED]
    • TEL. (845) 557-6983

    redDMAMAKATING TRANSFER STATION

    • 164 DUMP RD. (OFF C.R. 56 MASTEN LAKE RD.), WURTSBORO, NY
    • HOURS: Wednesday and Sunday 7:45 AM – 2:45 PM
    • [No Commercial hauler access.  All Commercial haulers are to utilize the new Monticello Transfer Station]
    • TEL. (845) 888-0256

    redEROCKLAND TRANSFER STATION

    • 131 OVERLOOK DR. (OFF C.R. 151),  LIVINGSTON MANOR NY
    • HOURS: TUES., THURS. & SAT. 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM (Scales Close 2:30pm)
    • [NO COMMERCIAL HAULERS PERMITTED]
    • TEL. (845) 439-3654

    redFINTERIM WESTERN SULLIVAN TRANSFER STATION

    • 433 MITCHELL POND EAST RD. (OFF C.R. 114), COCHECTON, NY
    • HOURS: WED. & SAT. 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM
    • [NO COMMERCIAL HAULERS PERMITTED]
    • TEL. (845) 932-8845

    Commercial haulers: Note that commercial haulers are not permitted at the Interim Western Sullivan County Transfer Station. In addition, Transfer Stations have limited hours for commercial haulers on weekends — please refer to each facility individually in the list above.


    Town Recycling Facilities: The towns of Bethel and Neversink operate recycling & transfer stations for their residents' recycling and sanitation needs. The County provides receptacles for recyclables at these locations. These stations are listed below for information purposes. However, hours are not listed — please contact each town recycling center directly for their open hours, rules and regulations.

    green1BETHEL RECYCLING STATION

    • OLD WHITE LAKE TURNPIKE OFF C.R. 14, BETHEL
    • TEL. (845) 292-4505

    green2NEVERSINK RECYCLING STATION

    • NYS RT. 55, GRAHAMSVILLE
    • TEL. (845) 985-2911

    green3TUSTEN RECYCLING STATION - NO LONGER OPERATIONAL !!!!


    Sullivan County Landfill/Environmental Facilities
    Fire Debris Reporting Requirements for Refuse Generators

    Pursuant to Section 2, 3. 4 of the Sullivan County Solid Waste Management Rules, commercial building debris and ash resulting from a fire must meet the following criteria before acceptance for disposal:

    Receipt of a letter from a licensed professional engineer stating that based on his/her review of building inventory and construction materials, the debris and ash are non-hazardous.

    If the non-hazardous determination cannot be made as stated above, a TCLP test must be performed for the specific constituent(s) in question.  If the test results do not exceed regulatory levels, the debris and ash can be accepted for disposal.

    For residential buildings:

    Residential building debris and ash resulting from a fire does not require testing.

    A signed letter from the Town Building Inspector, stating that the burned structure is a residential dwelling, is required by the Commissioner of Public Works/Solid Waste or his designee.

     

     


     

     

     

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