Solid Waste Management District


Hancock County Sanitary Landfill

3763 County Road 140, Findlay, OH  45840
 PHONE:  419-299-3638

*****The Landfill will return to Winter Hours on October 30, 2023.***** 
Those hours will be:
Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm        Saturday: 7:00 am - 11:30 am 

***All loads must be Covered/Secured while enroute to AND returning from the Landfill.  The Fee for an uncovered/unsecured load is $25.00.  

Let's work together to keep our roads clean! 

2023 Holiday Hours:

The Landfill will be OPEN on:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day- January 16, 2023
Presidents Day- February 20, 2023
Juneteenth Day- June 19, 2023
Columbus Day- October 09, 2023  
Veterans Day- November 10, 2023
Friday after Thanksgiving- November 24, 2023
New Years Eve- December 30, 2023 

Landfill will be CLOSED on:
Memorial Day- May 29, 2023
Independence Day- July 4, 2023
Labor Day- September 4, 2023
Thanksgiving Day- November 23, 2023
Christmas Day, December 25, 2023
New Years Day- January 1, 2024

There will be an additional charge of $12.00 per Mattress, $12.00 per Box Spring and $12.00 per Sleeper Sofa.  This will be in addition to the charge by weight.

The landfill has a minimum charge of $15.00, which covers the disposal of up to 800 pounds of waste.  After 800 lbs. a charge of $1.50 per 100 lbs. will apply. 

Cost per ton for municipal trash (generated within Hancock County) is $37.75, which includes fee's.


*The landfill does accept televisions of all types and sizes. "Old style" projection and tube televisions. 

**Household furniture can be disposed of at our facility.**

*Asphalt shingles, drywall, construction debris are all accepted, but no debris containing any type of asbestos is permitted.*

WE CANNOT accept AG Tires of any type, Brush, Yard Waste, Infectious or Hazardous Waste Materials.


The Hancock County Sanitary Landfill is permitted as a Municipal Solid Waste Landfill facility. This means that the facility can accept municipal and industrial solid waste.

The landfills operating permit was issued in compliance  with  Federal Subtitle “D” regulations. To  satisfy the Ohio EPA requirements, Steven C. Wilson P.E., P.S., has been contracted by the  Hancock  County Board  of Commissioners to act as sanitary engineer for the landfill.