Wayne County Solid Waste Facility Fact Sheet: Hanksville Class IVb Landfill

August 2007

Facility Owner

Wayne County

Facility Operator

Wayne County

Property Owner


Facility Location

Township 28 south, Range 11 east, Section 1/4, The site is located approximately 2 miles east, northeast of Hanksville, Utah.

Remaining Capacity

  • Acres: N/A
  • Tons: N/A
  • Cubic Yards: N/A
  • Years: N/A

Waste Accepted

The permit is for disposal of non-hazardous construction/demolition waste, as defined in UAC R315-301-2(17); yard waste, as defined in UAC R315-301-2(87); inert waste, as defined in UAC R315-301-2(37); dead animals when placed in a separate area and covered each day or placed in the working face and covered with waste immediately, waste tires, when the requirements of UAC R315-320 are met, and petroleum contaminated soils as allowed in UAC R315-315-8(3).

Waste Excluded

No hazardous waste as defined by UAC R315-1 and R315-2; no PCB’s as defined by UAC R315-301-2(53), except construction/demolition waste containing PCB’s as specified by UAC R315-315-7(2)(a) and (c); no household waste, except waste resulting from the abatement, rehabilitation, renovation and remodeling of homes and other residences; no municipal waste; no special waste, except as specified in this permit; no commercial waste; and no industrial waste shall be accepted for treatment, storage, or disposal at the landfill. Any prohibited waste received and accepted for treatment, storage, or disposal at the facility will constitute a violation of this permit, of UCA 19-6-101 through 123 and of UAC R315-301 through 320.

Permit Effective Date

August 1, 2007

Facility Contact

Chairman Scott Durfey
Phone: (435) 836-2731

DEQ Contact

Rob Powers (rdpowers@utah.gov)
Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control
PO Box 144880
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4880
Phone (801) 536-0255

Local Health Department

Central Utah
Phone: (435) 896-5451

Facility Documents


For more information, please contact Brian Speer (bspeer@utah.gov) (801) 536-0219.

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