FAQs

What do we do?

Butler County Landfill is located in Butler County near David City, NE. We are the one of the major Landfills on the eastern side of Nebraska. The landfill can properly handle municipal solid waste, construction and demolition and non-hazardous special waste including fly ash, contaminated soil, asbestos and other non-hazardous special wastes. The landfill also has an active methane gas collection system.

What do we take?

We accept Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Construction Demolition (CD), approved special waste and contaminated soils. Yard waste is allowed all year round due to our active gas collection system.

BANNED FROM LANDFILL DISPOSAL (Neb. Rev. Stat. 13-2039)

Waste Oil
Lead-Acid Batteries
Unregulated Hazardous Waste
Scrap Tires (in any form) - We accept seperately for processing.
Discarded Household Appliances - We accept separately for recycling.

How can you find us?


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What is the price for a typical public load?

Anything under or around 700 lbs. is $15.00 plus surcharges. Otherwise it is $38.75 per ton MSW and $28.00 per ton CD.

Is there a special price for Tires, E-Waste, White Goods, Batteries, Green Waste, Wood Waste, etc?

Tires are $2.50 for car, $5 for truck and $10 for tractor. All appliances are $5 each, we do not accept Freon appliances that has or had Freon.

Do we take Checks, ATM or Credit Cards?

Yes, no ATM.

What is the Phone Number?

402-367-4662

Can I email a question?

Yes, you can email Annette Snyder (annettes@wcnx.org) office clerk or Kelly Danielson (kellyd@wncx.org) Assistant District Manager.

Who is the Special Waste Contact?

Annette Snyder and Kelly Danielson.