The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Central Landfill located at 1201 N. 49th State Street in Palmer and all Borough Transfer Stations will be closed on Monday, March 26th 2018 in observance of Seward's Day.
For current disposal rates and fees view the Services and Rates page.
The Butte Transfer Station is a facility utilized to consolidate the loads of several waste collection deliveries into a single, larger container for shipment to the final disposal site at the Central Landfill in Palmer.
This facility consists of two 120 cubic yard semitrailers adjacent to a concrete retaining wall for the collection of waste. We have a Connex for the collection of antifreeze, batteries, cooking oil, motor oil and latex paint. We accept barbeque size empty propane bottles and standard house hold size refrigerators and freezers with the contents and doors removed. We cannot accept commercial size units at this facility.
Loads may not exceed five cubic yards in volume. Loads may not exceed 8 feet in length. This is due to the limitations of the transport container. These types of loads will be redirected to the Central Landfill in Palmer.
All loads must be secured when arriving at the facility or an unsecured load fee will be charged. Loads may be secured to vehicle with rope, bungee, net, tarp, etc.
Please be mindful that staff working at the facility are upholding Borough Policy. They do not establish the rates or fees, nor do they establish the limitations of the facility. Abusive language will not be tolerated and disagreement may result in redirection to the Central Landfill in Palmer for disposal.
For questions or concerns contact:
Solid Waste Management Team
Transfer Station Supervisor
Solid Waste Division Manager