C&D

Wastes from home and commercial construction and demolition (C&D) projects, including remodel jobs, need to be kept separate from household waste. The District has landfill areas dedicated specifically to burying other C&D materials.  But in order to bury materials in those areas, they must be clean of other waste and separate from garbage.  C&D waste must meet the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality criteria.   View the list of C&D accepted materials.  For disposal, these materials will be accepted at the following facilities. Please check with operator or staff for proper disposal directions:

Dubois Landfill
Lander Bale Facility
Sand Draw Landfill
Shoshoni Landfill

  • Limited volumes (less than 4 cubic yards) of C&D are accepted at the Riverton Bale Station and at District Transfer Stations.

Commercial:  For any demolition project larger than 100 cubic yards, the owner or contractor must complete a Fremont County Solid Waste Disposal District construction/demoltion permit application request and receive approval from the Superintendent of Operations.  Download a construction and demolition permit.  All applicants shall pay a $50.00 processing fee with the completed application, which is non-refundable, even if the application is later withdrawn by applicant or the permit is denied.

Habitat for Humanity
We encourage residents and businesses to find reuse opportunities for good, clean items as often as possible. This can be done by contacting local contractors or putting out advertisements or other means to find others who could use the material.  A donation site for Habitat for Humanity Re-Store can be found in Lander and Riverton.