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Landfill Services in Vermont

If you require landfill services in Vermont, look no further than Casella Waste Systems for state-of-the-art facilities and responsible practices. We're able to safely and effectively dispose of more than 3 million tons of solid waste every year thanks to the secure, environmentally sound disposal sites we develop and manage. Our sites include fully permitted Subtitle D MSW landfills (non-hazardous) that accept special waste, including, but not limited to, asbestos, contaminated soils and PCB bulk waste.

The Comprehensive Service You Need

Casella Waste Systems is well-equipped to provide the safe and cost-effective handling of special wastes your Vermont community needs. On top of our extensive network of transfer stations and landfill sites across the U.S. Northeast, we also offer a complete selection of transport and solidification options to serve our customers better. Our experienced regulatory advisors are always on hand to answer any questions about our testing and approval process and explain how we determine the acceptability of special wastes.

Special Waste
Special Waste
Accepted at
Many Locations
Special waste that we handle include...
  • Asbestos (friable and non-friable)
  • PCB bulk waste
  • Contaminated soils
  • Sludges
  • Drill cuttings
  • Ash
  • and more!
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Our Focus on Sustainability

Our landfill services in Vermont are set apart by their sustainability and our forward-thinking attitude towards solid waste disposal. Our vision for landfills is that they can be so much more than disposal sites alone; in fact, our sites are environmental campuses where our experts extract resources from the waste stream at every opportunity. We work closely with local and state governments to design, construct and operate landfill disposal facilities in the Northeast that are safe, secure and environmentally sound — and that work to minimize the unnecessary environmental impacts of shipping waste to far-off disposal sites.