Hours of Operations
Monday - Saturday: 8am to 4pm
New years Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas
The landfill operates with certified scales. Vehicles are weighed in then weighed out, and the amount due is calculated by the pound for what is left in the landfill.
About The Landfill
The Asotin County Regional Landfill (ACRL) is located about 3 miles southwest of the City of Clarkston, Washington in the Clarkston Heights. The landfill occupies approximately 76 acres. In 1975, the ACRL began accepting waste in a 46-acre, unlined area on the western portion of the property. In 1993, this area was closed. Waste filling then transitioned to the modern landfilling area to the east. The active landfill is comprised of four lined cells (Cells A-D). Cell A began filling in 1991, and Cells B and C opened together in 1997. Cell D was opened in 2013. Filling operations are currently occurring in Cell D. Approximately 55,000 tons of municipal solid waste are disposed at the ACRL each year.
The ACRL is proud to serve not only all of Asotin County, but also our waste partners – the City of Pomeroy and Garfield County in Washington, and the City of Lewiston and Nez Perce County in Idaho.
Strategic Planning & Development
Future plans for expanding the Asotin County Regional Landfill (ACRL) include building a new cell, Cell E, to the east of Cells A-D, and relocating the entrance facilities to the north side of 6th Avenue, after 6th Avenue is realigned. Cell E will be developed in two phases. The first phase will be the south half of the cell. The north half will follow and will necessitate the relocation of the entrance facilities. With the addition of Cell E, the ACRL will gain over 3 million cubic yards of airspace and extend its operational life by more than 25 years. Together, with the remaining airspace in Cells A-D, the ACRL has about 40 years of remaining life.