Bill Andrews, Phillips County Landfill Supervisor
22736 County Road 29
Holyoke, CO 80734
(T) 970- 854-2166
(F) 970 - 854-4313
Tuesday – Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fee Schedule Effective April 10, 2012
Phillips County Landfill Acceptable Waste Policy
The Phillips County Landfill is designed to provide services for municipal solid waste generated by the residents of Phillips County.
Sludge, liquid wastes, combustion renderings, radioactive waste, PCB’s, friable asbestos, hazardous wastes, or large animals. The term “hazardous” means, any solid, liquid, or gaseous waste, regardless of the amount, which is defined to be hazardous under any applicable federal, state, or local laws, rules, regulations, permits, or administrative or judicial decision, including, but not limited to those wastes listed or characterized as hazardous by the U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA).
It is preferable that waste be accepted on cash on delivery basis. When this is not feasible, charge accounts will be permitted after credit has been properly established by the landfill supervisor.
Accounts Receivable: All amounts outstanding are billed on or about the 5th day of the following month, and are due and payable by the end of the month.
Delinquent Accounts: Any account that is not paid in full when due. All delinquent accounts are reported to the Phillips County Board of Commissioners on a monthly basis. The supervisor of the Phillips County Landfill shall have authority to refuse waste on delinquent accounts.
Late Charges: 1.5% will be added monthly to all delinquent accounts.
Daily Log: A receipt of each load as well as a daily log will be filled out and kept on file for each load delivered by a commercial carrier.
Special Waste: Any waste not included on the fee schedule. Special waste is accepted on a case by case basis (price and requirements to be negotiated with the supervisor before delivery).
Right to Reject: Phillips County Landfill reserves the right to reject any or all waste not suitable for the site.
Inspection: All waste is subject to inspection and/or laboratory testing prior to disposal. These wastes will not always be accepted on demand and may require special acceptance disposal fees.