Landfill Near Cincinnati, Ohio

Address: 3800 Struble Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45251
Phone number: (800) 828-8171
Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Saturday

Keeping greater Cincinnati clean and green has been our mission since 1932. Rumpke Sanitary Landfill in Colerain Township provides an environmentally sound waste disposal option for Hamilton County and the surrounding region.

 

Located on Struble Road (near I-275 and Colerain Avenue), our landfill is conveniently located to accommodate homeowners, business owners, or construction teams from the close knit community of Northbrook to the charming Village of Woodlawn and beyond.

 

Our duty doesn’t stop after we’ve collected your residential trash or commercial trash. Proper waste disposal is paramount for the health of the community. Rumpke’s landfill - just outside of Cincinnati - is specially designed to protect the environment, while also prioritizing human health and safety.

 

Our team of environmentalists, engineers, landfill managers, and full-time licensed geologists t follow strict guidelines to ensure everything is disposed of properly and efficiently - from the initial construction of our landfill to the daily disposal of municipal solid waste.

 

And on a daily basis, our Cincinnati landfill is carefully monitored to ensure environmental compliance with all local, state, and federal regulating agencies.

 

What We Accept at the Rumpke Sanitary Landfill:

●       Municipal solid waste (garbage, waste materials)

●       Construction debris (drywall, brick, concrete)

●       Wood waste (pallets, scrap lumber)

●       Demolition debris

●       Mattresses

●       Furniture and appliances

●       Yard waste (branches, bagged grass clippings or leaves) -  at our composting site

 

Restricted items and hazardous materials include lead acid batteries, medical waste, corrosive or toxic materials, and appliances containing refrigerant. For a full list of household hazardous wastes and other materials that are not permitted for disposal in Ohio landfills, please check our list of waste restrictions.

 

Landfill Disposal in Cincinnati FAQs:

How is a landfill different from a dump?

Solid waste landfills are highly engineered structures designed to protect human health and the environment by properly disposing of trash.  Landfills have several liners to prevent trash from reaching soil or water. They also have environmental safeguards in place to remove and destroy landfill gas. 

 

What is a sanitary landfill?

A sanitary landfill is a place where nonhazardous trash is disposed of in a way that’s safe for the environment and the community at large. 

 

What does a landfill site look like?

All of Rumpke's landfills are built in sections called “cells”, which are capped with a liner system similar to the one placed at the bottom of the landfill. Once the final cap has been installed, the landfills are monitored for at least 30 years. The bottom of the landfill features layers of gravel as well as intermittent leachate pipes designed to siphon leachate from the landfill and transfer it to a local water treatment facility. 

On the outside, Rumpke partners with energy companies to capture landfill gas as natural gas. Currently, our Rumpke Sanitary Landfill is the largest landfill gas-to-pipeline energy production facility in the world.

** While our solid waste disposal landfill does support the disposal of recyclables, Rumpke also has green solutions for homeowners, businesses, and construction crews looking to improve their environmental impact. We have a recycling center that supports single stream recycling, making it easier than ever to recycle your waste.