Items Not Accepted

Items Banned From Wisconsin Landfills


View the complete list of items banned from Wisconsin landfills.

Demolition, Remodeling, or Building Materials


Demolition, remodeling, or building materials are NOT accepted at the landfill.

Contact Duluth Superior Landfill at (715) 392-1889 or AA Roll-Off at (715) 394-4285 for further information.

Appliances


Appliances are NOT accepted at the landfill.

Contact AA Roll-Off at (715) 394-4285 or Afterlife Electronics Graveyard at (218) 940-9274 for information on disposal.

Oil


As of January 1, 2011, used oil filters, absorbents, and containers will be banned from landfills per Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter 287.07(4m). Used waste oil is already banned from disposal in landfills. The Moccasin Mike Landfill facility has a public drop off for used oil, absorbents, and filters. Plastic containers used to collect used oil should be rinsed and recycled or reused.

Recyclables


Recyclable materials banned from landfills include plastics, cardboard, paper, magazines, office paper, bimetal, and aluminum.

Hazardous Waste


For disposal of hazardous waste, contact the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (WLSSD) at 218-722-0761 for information on disposal.


Special Handling Materials (includes ash, sludge, grit)


Cost per ton of special handling material disposal to be determined by the Public Works Director.

Disposal Options for Commercial Hazardous Waste


  • OSI Environmental Inc. (800) 777-8542
  • Safety-Kleen Corp. (218) 879-0915
  • Shamrock Environmental (218) 878-0112