CD DISPOSAL

Construction Debris Disposal

Public Demolition Landfill for Privately Hauled Construction Debris

Do you need efficient and affordable waste collection and disposal at your construction or demolition site? Tarkio CD Disposal LLC, a subsidiary of Bayer Construction Company Inc., is the place to go for professional assistance. 

This is a KDHE licensed construction demolition landfill where privately hauled waste is accepted. Five sizes of roll-off containers are available to choose from.

Our fleet of trucks are efficiently dispatched to ensure prompt pickup and delivery.

Call Pat Briggs at 785-776-8839 to get started.

Roll-Off Container Specifics

  • 10 Cubic Yard
  • 15 Cubic Yard
  • 20 Cubic Yard
  • 30 Cubic Yard
  • 40 Cubic Yard

Types of Construction and Demolition Waste Accepted

At Tarkio CD Disposal, typical waste includes, but is not limited to:
  • Wood pallets
  • Trees and brush
  • Scrap metal
  • Sheetrock
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Plumbing
  • Foundations
  • Windows and doors
  • Cabinets and counters
  • Lumber
  • Brick, rock, and tiles
Disposal container

Unacceptable Waste

  • Tires
  • Paint
  • Caulking tubes
  • Toxic chemicals
  • Household trash
  • Mud trap waste
  • Processed wood with oil or water-borne preservatives
  • Bagged or bulk quantities of leaves and/or grass clippings
  • Friable asbestos
  • Appliances still containing CFCs
  • Electrical equipment containing hazardous materials

Per KDHE regulations, materials that are not acceptable in a CD landfill will be dumped and an additional charge will be assessed to the customer.

Be sure to contact us if you have questions concerning unacceptable waste.
Disposal truck

Lots of Benefits for You

  • Established in 1935
  • 6 quarries in North Central Kansas
  • Highly experienced crews
  • FREE estimates
  • Employee-owned since 1993
  • Quality work at affordable prices
  • On-time job completion
Call for Your FREE Construction and Demolition Waste Disposal Estimate
785-776-8839
6 convenient quarry locations throughout North Central Kansas
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