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Starting June 1, Residential Customers Will Not Pay Construction Demolition Tipping Fee at Reno County Landfill

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HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Beginning June 1, 2023, the construction demolition tipping fee for residential users will not be charged at the Reno County Landfill. The fee will be applied to commercial users only within Reno County.

Reno County Commissioners voted on the change by approving Resolution 2023-11 at the commission meeting held Tuesday, May 23, 2023.

According to Resolution 2023-11:

Reno County shall continue to implement a Construction Demolition Fee applicable to commercial users only within Reno County. Any delivery vehicle which has a business identification on the vehicle, or has a commercial tag on the vehicle, or landfill staff determine in their sole judgment to be commercial, shall be deemed to be a commercial user and subject to this fee.

If the Construction Demolition Debris is separated upon delivery to the landfill (no other trash within the load) it will be assessed a tipping fee at the rate of $10 per ton and fractional portions thereof with a $10 minimum fee per load. If the load is mixed with other types of municipal solid waste, then the authorized Construction Demolition will be assessed a tipping fee at the rate of $20 per ton and a fractional portions thereof with a $20 minimum fee per load.

Construction Demolition Tipping Fees must be paid by credit or debit cards only.

Any Construction and Demolition projects expected to generate or produce 1,000 tons or more will be inspected by landfill personnel upon delivery and prior to disposal in the landfill. This Construction Demolition Tipping Fee shall be effective June 1, 2023.

Resolution 2023-11 replaces former Resolution 2021-11 that was approved in May, 2021.

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