Dry Creek Landfill is committed to the local residents and natural resources of the area we call home.
We are committed to being a good neighbor, partner and steward to the people and communities we serve.
A New Generation of Landfill Management
The Dry Creek Landfill of today is a regional facility open to commercial accounts of all types. Whatever the challenge, whatever the product, we’re happy to work with you and your team to find a feasible solution. Every day, trucks from throughout southern Oregon and northern California make their way to this state-of-the-art site. Here, minimizing environmental impact is the priority that guides everything we do. Dry Creek is a sub-title D compliant facility with an engineering design that exceeds U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards and a projected operational life exceeding 100 years.
Learn about our commitment to our community
We’ve implemented stringent environmental measures to ensure that the land, water and air around us remain as pristine as possible for future generations.
Average amount of disposal materials accepted per day.
Number of homes powered by the landfill gas-to-energy plant.
Number of trucks diverted from Dry Creek Road, onto our privately built road.
Number of truckloads replaced by on-site waste water pipeline.
Number of gas wells on site to capture methane.
Pounds of carbon dioxide reduced by supporting renewable energy.
Dry Creek Landfill Basics
Once waste is unloaded on site, it’s thoroughly compacted and covered daily to meet stringent state and federal regulations. Dry Creek is permitted to accept special types of waste, including contaminated soil and materials with asbestos.
Serving Southern Oregon and Northern California
Dry Creek Landfill is only available to commercial accounts throughout the region. We provide environmentally sound disposal options for all of Southwest Oregon and Northwest California.
Hot Zone Plan puts safety first at Dry Creek Landfill
Tour the Landfill
Today’s landfill is a complex feat of environmental engineering. Schedule a tour and you’ll learn how we convert gas from decomposing trash to renewable energy, and get to see our high-tech liner system.