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Solid Waste Transfer Facility

 
Solid Waste Transfer Facility
3495 Jackass Gulch
Emmett, ID 83617
Phone: (208) 365-2604
                                                                  WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH FOR LABOR DAY                                             
Change of Services due to Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
The Solid waste Transfer Facility (JAG) is implementing measures to reduce the risk of exposure and assure the safety of our personnel and the public. Services at the facility are restricted as follows:

Jackass Gulch Facility…
  • Open Monday thru Saturday, 9:00-AM to 4:30-PM..
  • We are limiting our interactions with public for the protection of both.
  • We will not be helping public unload their items..
Montour Facility…
  • Only open Saturdays 8:00-AM to 1:00-PM.
  • Only one (1) car allowed in the site at a time. If violated facility will be closed.
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Department Head: Martin Joyce
Phone: (208) 365-2604

Hours of Operation: Mon – Sat, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

We are closed on the following holidays:
New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday after, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day And Juneteenth.
 
Fee Schedule:
Tires without Rims …… $2.50
Tires with Rims …..…… $3.50
Batteries ………………… $1.50
Oil …………………………. $.25 per gallon
Antifreeze...........................$2.50 per gallon
Propane Tanks …..…….. $1.50
Mattresses ………….….. $2.00 each
Televisions ……………… $4.00 each
Cleanup (furniture clothing bedding small appliances etc)  ………………..… $40.00 per ton
Construction Waste …… $40.00 per ton
Processed Lumber …..… $40.00 per ton
Metal …………………..…. $40.00 per ton
Commercial landscape ...........$40.00 per ton
County residents kitchen trash and green waste (grass and brush) ..... free

OUT OF COUNTY RESIDENTS … $80.00 per ton
 
Frequently Asked Questions – Answers
Is JAG a Landfill or Transfer Station?
JAG is considered both. Most of our waste is transferred to Clay Peak Landfill in Payette County, We bury sheetrock, concrete and asphalt shingles. Brush is burned in fall and winter.

Why do we need to be stopped and weighed?
The weight of all waste needs to be reported to Southwest District Health Department.

What is considered household trash?
Household trash is your kitchen garbage waste.

What don’t you accept?
Hazardous waste, tractor tires, semi (truck) tires. No campers, boats or trailers.
Absolutely no wet paint or old fuel.
Why do I need to separate my lumber?
Processed wood is treated and needs to be hauled to Payette County.

Why do I need to put grass clippings in the barn and not with brush?
Many people treat their lawn with chemicals so we need to haul to Payette County.

What does JAG recycle?
Newspapers, aluminum cans, metal, cardboard.