Waste Wizard is Here! This new tool will assist residents with how and/or where to dispose of or recycle many differerent items in Dodge County.
DODGE COUNTY TRANSFER STATION IS CLOSED TO PUBLIC SELF-HAULERS AS OF 3-20-2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Please call 507-634-7875 or 507-635-6273 for information on the option of the SELF-SERVE WASTE DEPOT. Thank you!
COVID 19 Precautions:
We are asking for your help in reducing the frequency of customer contact with Transfer Station staff. Please look into these options before you come visit us.
IF YOU ARE SICK:
1. Look at hiring a hauler to pick-up your waste and recyclables regularly.
2. Store waste at home until you are well - to extend the time you can store waste, look for ways to reduce what you throw away and reduce the amount of food waste in your garbage by using your in-sink garbage disposal or compost at home.
3. If you regularly use the Transfer Station for disposal, please consider becoming an authorized self-serve waste depot customer. See information below.
UPDATES: (Sign up here for E-Notify)
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please keep plastic bags and film out of your recycling bins! Clean plastic bags can be taken back to the retail stores for recycling. Keep your recyclables loose in the cart or bin. If you collect your recycling in a bag please dump it out of the bag into the recycling bin and throw the bag in with your garbage. Thank you!
2020 Transfer Station Fees (All prices subject to change.)
2020-2021 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE - Dodge County Transfer Station
Ask at the Transfer Station about the SELF-SERVE WASTE DEPOT.
Self-Serve Waste Depot Agreement
Rules of Use
*If you are already a Self-Serve Customer - ask us how you can order bags by mail. Call (507) 635-6273.
Dodge County now Quarantined for Emerald Ash Borer
For more information see attachments: EAB News Release
CURBSIDE GARBAGE COLLECTION is provided by licensed haulers. All haulers are required to provide their customers with volume based pricing..."so the less you throw away, the less you pay".
DODGE COUNTY LICENSED HAULERS
Advanced Disposal 507-281-5850
Freeborn County Coop Oil 507-373-3991
Hometown Haulers 507-633-6000
Kruckeberg Industries 507-438-7237
Skjeveland Enterprises 507-528-9900
Sunshine Sanitation 507-285-5550
Veit Disposal 507-281-3867
Waste Management Rochester 507-282-2420
Rural Garbage Collection can be provided by licensed haulers, but it may be hard to find a hauler to service remote areas. If hauling service is not available, garbage is accepted at the Dodge County Transfer Station. Fees are based on weight and volume of waste. Or check out the Self-Serve Waste Depot (above) for another option.
DODGE COUNTY TRANSFER STATION accepts waste from haulers, businesses, and residents. Waste is processed and transported to the Olmsted Waste-to-Energy Facility where it is converted into steam and electricity.
LOCATION: 1 mile N of Kasson on Cty Rd 21
62236 240th Ave Kasson, MN
Map to Transfer Station
HOURS: Monday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - Noon
PAINT The Recycling Center (Building #3) can now accept PaintCare acceptable material such as oil based and latex architectural paint during business hours only. Please visit www.paintcare.org to find acceptable items.
Ken Paulson - SW Facility Manager email@example.com
PUNCH CARDS are available for customers who self-haul their trash to the Transfer Station in bags. The cost to dispose of a bag of trash is $5.00/bag but with the punch card you can dispose of 10 bags for $45. A savings of 50 cents per bag. Ask about the punch cards at the Transfer Station Office.
SHARPS DISPOSAL - Dodge County Transfer Station accepts sharps/syringes from residents at no charge.
* All sharps must be in a leak-proof, puncture-proof sealed container such as a laundry
detergent bottle or sharps container.
* Bring them to the Dodge County Recycling Center Building and put the container in the large sharps gondola.
They are picked up by Mayo Clinic and disposed of in their medical incinerator. PLEASE do not put loose sharps in the drop box recycling bins or in the garbage as this is a health hazard for everyone who handles your waste.
TAKE IT TO THE BOX PROGRAM
Click here to learn where you can take your outdated and leftover medications in Dodge County.
|Dodge County Solid Waste Ordinances|
|1. General Ordinance (Revised June 2016)|
|2. Solid Waste Designation Ordinance|
|4. Mandatory Recycling Ordinance|
|5. Waste Management Fees|
|6. Waste to Energy Service Charge Ordinance|
Hauler Forms for Waste to Energy Service Charge:
Click here for 24% Hauler Remittance Form -Starts for March 2020 billings
Click here for Hauler Reimbursement Form
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN 2014 through 2023
Appendix F #1
Appendix F #2