In the spring the City offered no-cost opportunities for difficult to dispose of items. For Clean Green’s fall offerings, the City has allocated $10,000 to provide 500 vouchers to cover tipping fees at the landfill (a $20 value). This voucher will cover the disposal of up to 1,240 pounds of waste per citizen, which generally accounts for a pickup truck or trailer-load of household bulky items. Citizens may be required to cover the difference if disposing of extremely heavy items like shingles or dense furniture.
“The goal is to provide an opportunity for residents who may not be a part of a registered neighborhood to still be able to dispose of bulky items at no cost,” explains Superintendent of Solid Waste Erick Roberts. “Many residents don’t realize how close Springfield’s Noble Hill Sanitary Landfill is to town and how convenient it can be for everyday residents to use to help clean up their properties and neighborhoods.”
The voucher is good for ONE tipping fee per Springfield resident (a $20 value) and will cover the disposal of up to 1,240 pounds of waste. This generally accounts for a pickup truck or trailer-load of household trash and bulky items.
Citizens may be required to cover the difference in cost if disposing of extremely heavy items such as shingles or dense furniture.
Yardwaste, including leaves, grass clippings, limbs and brush is prohibited from disposal at the Noble Hill Sanitary Landfill. Please visit Springfield’s Yardwaste Recycling Center (3790 South Farm Road 119) to dispose of yardwaste items.
Visit springfieldmo.gov/solidwaste to review complete landfill customer guidelines, types of waste accepted and other information prior to arriving at the landfill. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in your being denied service and/or entrance to the disposal facility.
City and State statutes require your truck beds and trailers to be covered and/or secured until they reach the disposal area. This also includes any remaining debris on your vehicle or trailer when you leave the facility.
From the intersection of Highway 13 and I-44, travel 9 miles north, turning left / west onto Farm Road 34. Follow the signs. Call 417-742-3536 – after hours call 417-864-1010.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Saturday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.