Mono County

Welcome to Public Works - Solid Waste

  • Transfer Station Hours to Change May 1, 2013
    All Mono County Transfer Stations will have new hours beginning May 1, 2013.

    In recent years, these facilities have operated different hours during winter and summer seasons. Because this has created confusion among users as well as operational inefficiencies, it has been decided to eliminate the seasonal schedule and to establish consistent, year-round operating hours that provide the greatest benefit to the greatest number of users without reducing actual operating hours.

    The new year- round hours are as follows:

  • 2013 Mandatory Commercial Recycling Survey

    We believe the recycling program in the County can be improved. We have ideas about how this can be accomplished, and would like your help in confirming these opportunities or suggesting ideas of your own. We have created the below survey to obtain information on commercial recycling efforts within the county and would appreciate a moment of your time to answer the basic questions and provide any additional comments or feedback.

  • Solid Waste FAQ's

    Below you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Solid Waste system in Mono County, along with links to additional resources.

    1. How do I dispose of wood, soil, trash, metal, appliances, oil, hazardous waste, etc?

    The best way to determine how to dispose of a given item, and the associated cost for dumping the item (including items that are accepted for no charge) can be found by looking through the Fee Summary for the landfill or transfer station you wish to visit.

  • Recycling

    Mono County provides 6 recycling facilities within the county. These facilities are extensions of our Transfer Stations, where separated recyclables can be dropped off, and transported to processing centers.

  • Landfills and Transfer Stations
    Mono County operates 7 disposal facilities, 3 of which are active landfills. To find out additional information about each facility, what is accepted, hours of operation and other information, follow links below.
  • Solid Waste Task Force

    The Solid Waste Task Force is a diverse group of citizens with a stake in the operations of the Solid Waste Program in Mono County. The group is governed by a set of bylaws that were adopted in September 2012 by both the Mono County Board of Supervisors as well as the Town of Mammoth Lakes Town Council.