Central Transfer Station

General Information
Phone Numbers
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690 W Hwy 26

Central Transfer Station

251 N 690 W
Blackfoot, ID 83221

(208) 782-3867

Standard Operating Hours
Monday - Saturday
7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Winter Operating Hours
Monday - Saturday
7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Rattlesnake Landfill

1316 Wolverine Rd.
Shelley, ID 83274

(208) 782-3872

Operating Hours
Tues. Thurs. & Sat.
9:00 am - 4:45 pm

Aberdeen Landfill

2559 W 1800 S
Aberdeen, ID 83210

(208) 782-3871

Standard Operating Hours
11:00 am - 4:45 pm
9:00 am - 4:45 pm

Winter Operating Hours
9:00 am - 4:45 pm

** New Winter Operating Hours to start November 6th, 2023 **
Central Transfer Station - Operating Hours

Monday - Saturday
7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Winter Operating Hours (November 6th, 2023 - March 4th, 2024)
Monday - Saturday
7:30 am to 4:30 pm

All loads must be covered and/or secured. 

Loads that are not covered or secured will incur an additional $10.00 charge.

* DEAD Animals are accepted ONLY at the Rattlesnake Landfill.*

Burn Barrels are not Accepted

The Central Transfer Station in Moreland receives all the household garbage (Municipal Solid Waste - MSW) in Bingham County. Aberdeen and Rattlesnake Landfills transport all their household garbage to the Moreland location where it is collected and loaded onto transport trailers and hauled off site to the Bannock County Municipal Solid Waste Landfill for final disposal.

The Moreland Central Solid Waste Transfer Station does accept Construction & Demolition (C&D) Waste (Non-Municipal Solid Waste - NMSW) where it is collected in roll off waste containers and transported to the county's Rattlesnake Landfill for final disposal. Clean Fill material and Inert Waste can be taken at the Moreland location and disposed of on site.

License plates & descriptions of all vehicles coming into and leaving the Moreland Central Solid Waste Transfer Station are recorded.

ACCEPTABLE MATERIALS: Concrete, block, brick, wood, tree limbs, grass, metal wire, posts, scrap metal, dirt, rocks, construction waste, demolition and remodeling waste.  The following chart will apply for individual residents (not commercial) bringing their own yard debris.

Items in need of disposing that are not on this list may be prohibited by local. state. or federal regulations. 

By state law, Construction & Demolition Waste must be disposed of separately from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), this includes household garbage).

In an event you have items for disposal not listed above please contact the Bingham County Solid Waste's Moreland Transfer Station Scale House for further assistance @ (208) 782-3867 or (208) 782-3870 or contact your local Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.

This is a general list. Some restrictions and exclusions may apply, specific items may not qualify. 

The Central Transfer Station  transfers the Tier 1 & Tier 2 waste material to the appropriate Landfill and can only accept the following:

Construction & Demolition Waste

(Placed in Appropriate Bins Only)

Cardboard - Broken DownMetal WireSheet Rock
DirtPaint Cans - DriedShingles
Electrical WiringPlasterSiding
Fiberglass InsulationConstruction PlasticsTile
GlassPlywood & Similar MaterialTree Limbs
Insulation - Blue Board, etc.PostsVinyl Fencing
Insulation - Non-AsbestosRoofing PaperVinyl Flooring
LinoleumScrap Metal
Windows & Frames
LumberInert Material - Concrete, etc.
Wood - Untreated

Containers filled with liquids are not accepted in the fill areas.

Containers such as oil receptacles, soda pop bottles, water and milk jugs, food jars, etc. are classified as MSW and must be placed in the household bins.

If items are going to rot, leach or blow, they are not accepted. Contaminated loads will be considered MSW.

Non-Acceptable Waste items to be transferred to Bingham County's Landfills must be deposited in the Central Transfer Station. 

All the item specified below are classified as Municipal Solid Waste (MSW):

Municipal Solid Waste

(Must be deposited inside the Central Transfer Station)

Household waste, (MSW)Carpet Padding
Food items or their containersFabric Furniture
ClothingFlorescent Ballast & Tubes

Batteries, White Goods (Stove, Washing Machines, Dryers, etc.), Refrigerator Units, and tires are accepted at this location.

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