The proper disposal of contaminated soil
The Dry Creek Landfill is approved by the State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to accept a certain petroleum contaminated soils. The landfill can also accept contaminated soil from construction and demolition operations - if no asbestos is present and all required agreements and pre-approvals are followed. Learn more here about asbestos and how to test. Please note that we cannot accept any hazardous or PCB-regulated materials. Materials with low-level PCB contamination may be acceptable. Call our Main Office at 541.779.4161 for more information.
Rules and regulations related to contaminated soil
Dry Creek Landfill will only accept contaminated soil on a prearranged basis. Only contaminated soil from known sources will be accepted for approval. Generators must provide reliable documentation describing the source and nature of the contamination. To determine if we can accept your material, please complete the following form and submit it to email@example.com for evaluation. Once all of the required documentation is submitted (including laboratory tests) we will evaluate your material and let you know if we can accept it for disposal. During this process additional laboratory testing may be needed.
Download the fillable Soil Waste Profile Form
Landfill specifics related to contaminated soil disposal
Contaminated soil is only accepted at the Dry Creek Landfill, and you must notify the landfill 24 hours in advance.
Dry Creek Landfill
5500 Highway 140
White City, Oregon
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 am to 4:30 pm
For questions regarding contaminated soil disposal, call our Main Office at 541.779.4161
To schedule your appointment at the landfill, call 541.826.4949