Tips on using the landfill
Your load should have a cover during the transport. If not the City of Laredo will assess a $10 sub charge per load. Vehicles with a trailer must enter the landfill 30 minutes before closing.
The first ton is $2.00 subsequent weight is charged at $31.50 a ton. Residential rate applies if the load is under the ton and it is within the limit of two visits per month excluding Saturdays.
Within the City of Laredo $31.50 per ton. Outside the City of Laredo limits but within Webb County $66.50 per ton. Outside of Webb County $201.50 per ton. Payment Methods: Credit Card, Checks or Cash.
A special waste form is required to be filled out to any commercial customer that is going to dispose any type of material that is not generated in Laredo, or for material that has been rejected by the FDA, merchandise that is expired or spoiled, or any large quantity of any material of an unwanted product.
Laredo residents may bring up to 4 passenger tires to the landfill per day with proof of ID and City of Laredo utililty bill matching the address. Passenger tires for commercial accounts are acceoted at $2 per tire. 18 wheeler tires are charged at $6.00 each regardless if they are residential or commercial. Tractor trailer or special size tires are $100 per ton.
Yard trimmings will be accepted for free with proof of residency for residential accounts. Although, load must be brought covered and with no trash such as plastic bags, rocks, dirt, or other type of waste. Commercial accounts pay a fee of $16.50 per ton.
Used Oil Recycling
Texas law prohibits dumping used oil on land or into sewers or waterways. This includes the use of used oil as a dust suppressant. Texas has also banned used oil filters from being placed in or accepted for disposal in a landfill.
City of Laredo Landfill HWY 359
- Fire Station #2 at 2100 Chacota St.
- Fire Station # 3 at 2420 San Bernardo
- Fire Station #5 at 2601 Bartlett Ave
- Fire Station # 8 at 510 E. Del Mar
- Fire Station # 9 at 11700 Mines Rd.
- 5512 Daughtery
Prohibited items for disposal are:
- Whole tires
- Lead acid batteries (automotive)
- Computer monitors
- Oil and oil filters
Please call our office to learn how and where to dispose of prohibited items, (956) 796-1098.