Garland’s C. M. Hinton, Jr. Regional Landfill opened in April 2002 and is designed for an approximate 50-year lifespan. The Hinton Landfill accepts municipal solid waste, construction, and demolition waste from residents, private waste haulers, and commercial businesses, taking in approximately 1,100 tons of garbage every day.
HOLIDAY NOTICE: Hinton Landfill will be closed Monday, Jan. 15. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Garland and Sachse residents can use the Hinton Landfill at no cost for household waste they haul and unload themselves with proof of residency (current driver’s license and recent City utility bill). If you cannot supply proof of residency, you will be charged a non-refundable fee. There is a minimum charge of $25. The waste must come from the home in which the resident resides.
Rowlett residents will be allowed to dispose of debris, without charge, twice within a calendar year at the Hinton Landfill and Transfer Station in Garland by obtaining a Landfill Pass from the City of Rowlett. Read about Rowlett's Landfill Pass Information (PDF).
Non-Garland residents, private waste haulers and customers with commercially generated waste will be charged a per-ton fee based on the weight of the load.