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Maximum efficiency.
minimum impact to the environment.

Here at the solid waste department we are more than just a landfill.  We are a county resource.
Learn how in this Waste Advantage Magazine - In The Spotlight Article CLICK HERE

Still have questions? Call the Solid Waste & Recycling Info Line at 877-270-3989 and we'll tell you where to put it!

Proud to be an Associated Recyclers Of Wisconsin member and supporting sponsor of Recycle Right Wisconsin. You too can take the pledge to recycle right and make recycling in Wisconsin more successful than ever!

directions

The Marathon County Solid Waste Department, Landfill, and Hazardous Waste Facility are located at 172900 STATE HWY 29 (formerly R18500 State Hwy 29), Ringle, WI, 54471, approximately 12 miles East of Wausau on the North side of HWY 29 (1.5 miles East of the Ringle/Q exit. DO NOT take the Ringle exit. Continue past Q and turn from the left-hand turn lane directly off of HWY 29).

If you are bringing materials to the landfill for disposal, do not wear open toed shoes such as sandals or flip flops.  For your own safety please wear appropriate, sturdy, closed toed footwear. 
Read our Landfill Visitors Notice for rules and awareness while at the site.

 

fees

Hours

WEEKDAYS:

Receiving Hours
(for all garbage and recyclables): 
Mon-Fri  7:00AM - 3:30PM

Office hours: 
Mon-Fri 7:00AM - 4:00PM

SATURDAYS
(Mar - Nov):

Receiving Hours
(for all garbage and recyclables): 
Sat 8AM-11:30AM

Beginning in December we will be closed on Saturdays.

Thanksgiving Day 11/22: closed

 

For specific pricing on
materials see our
What Do I Do With...? section.

 

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What do i do with...?

Feeling cramped?  Have some things laying around?  If you have questions regarding how to dispose of various materials from asphalt to water heaters, don't worry... ...we'll tell you where to put it.

 

Videos & additional Marketing materials

Marathon County Solid Waste Bluebird Landfill

Join WAOW Channel 9 and Jordan Betts as she takes "Jordan on the Job" to the Marathon County Solid Waste Department
 

recycle your shingles

 

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