During the Covid-19 Situation, all County Landfills and Transfer Stations are OPEN Normal Business Hours.

The County of San Bernardino Solid Waste Management Division (SWMD) is responsible for the operation and management of the solid waste disposal system for the largest county in the United States.  Our disposal system consists of five regional landfills  and nine transfer stations.

Additionally, the SWMD administers the County’s Solid Waste Franchise Program with 20 Franchise Areas and the refuse collection permit program which authorizes and regulates trash collection by private haulers in the Unincorporated Areas.   Our goal is to provide efficient waste disposal sites to service the needs of our County.

For Information Contact

Darren J. Meeka
Deputy Director
(800) 722-8004

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Substation for waste management.
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