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Kiefer landfill accepts household waste from the public, businesses, and private waste haulers, as well as some recyclable material, some household hazardous (special) waste and hard to handle items.
Secure Your Load! It's the law. Loads must be properly covered or secured.
12701 Kiefer Boulevard and Grant Line Road
Sloughhouse, CA 95683
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Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday - 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thanksgiving Day, closed at 2 p.m.
Christmas Day and New Year's Day, closed at 2.p.m. if on a weekday, or all day if on a Saturday or Sunday.
Fees & Payments:
The Kiefer Landfill accepts cash, credit cards, or checks. Businesses may apply for a Sacramento County account by contacting Consolidated Utilities Billing Service (CUBS) at (916) 875-5555.
Kiefer Landfill is permitted to accept household waste from the public, businesses, and private waste haulers. The landfill also accepts recyclable material and hard to handle wastes. Customers are not required to be residents of Sacramento County. There is a Special Waste Facility onsite but has different operating days and hours. For more information on waste acceptability, you can view the fees listed above, visit the "How do I get rid of" feature in the information box, or view our
Solid Waste Acceptance Policy.
- All loads delivered to Kiefer Landfill must be covered or secured ((California State Vehicle Code Sections 23114. (a) and 23115. (a))
- Do not remove tarps until you reach the tipping area. This prevents littering onsite.
- Stop at the scale house to pay required fees.
- Follow the signs for the landfilling tipping area or recycling areas.
- Drop off recyclable material in designated areas only.
- Customers must unload all materials as instructed by Kiefer Landfill staff.
- For Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQGs), please review our current fees (not all items are accepted).
Landfill & Gas-to-Energy Plant:
The landfill facility sits on 1,084 acres near the intersection of Kiefer Boulevard and Grant Line Road and is surrounded by more than 3,000 acres of open space. Most of these buffer lands will remain in agricultural use and for habitat protection. The Gas-to-Energy Plant opened in 1999 and removes gases from decaying garbage. Gas generated at the landfill powers 8,900 homes in the Sacramento area.
CalRecycle Grant for using Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA)
To encourage the reuse of waste tires, the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) has sponsored a Grant for using Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA).