Sandy Transfer StationClackamas County Transfer Station Operated by Waste Management
19600 SE Canyon Valley Rd | Sandy, OR 97055
Open Thursday - Monday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Effective: July 1, 2016
NOTICE - All demolition debris loads must comply with DEQ asbestos rules and regulations.|
The Oregon DEQ now requires an owner or operator to have an accredited inspector perform an asbestos survey before demolishing a residential building built prior to January 1, 2004. More information is available on the DEQ website.
Light Waste or General Garbage
(per cubic yard)
|Light can – 32 Gallon|
Heavy Waste or Demo Debris
(per cubic yard)
|Heavy Can – 32 Gallon|
|Passenger/Lt Truck <=16”|
|Large Truck/Trailer 17”- 21”|
|Tires over 21”|
– even if refrigerant is removed
|Stuffed Chair/Recliner/ Love seat or Couch|
|Sectional or Hide a bed|
Loose loads must be covered to prevent litter.
Unsecured loads are subject to an additional $10 fee.
Please prepare properly
Clean Glass Bottles & Jars
Separate brown, green and clear. NO light bulbs, plates, glassware, cookware, vases, mirrors, picture frame or window glass, ceramics, etc.
Flattened cardboard & brown paper bags.
Newspaper and what comes in the newspaper only. NO plastic bags.
|Clean Mixed Recyclables|
- Paper - Junk mail, magazines, catalogs, phone books, cereal & cracker type boxes, office paper, shredded paper in a paper bag, milk, soup & juice cartons (rinse & drain). NO freezer boxes, coffee/paper cups, paper plates, napkins, paper towels, tissues, pet food bags or food-soiled paper.
- Metal - Clean cans, foil, pie plates and trays, empty spray cans
- Clean Plastic Bottles and Tubs - 6 ounces or larger, clean buckets - five gallons & smaller, rigid nursery pots, 4 in. across & larger. NO dirt, lids, Styrofoam, to-go containers, cups, plates, utensils, blister packaging, or motor oil or hazardous material containers.
Scrap Metal - Washers, dryers, dishwashers, hot water heaters, metal doors, bicycles, lawnmowers, barbeques, etc. All liquids must be removed, no propane tanks.
Electronics - TV's, laptops, computers, monitors, cables.
Motor Oil - Motor oil only. NO other automotive fluids.
Cooking Oil - Cooking oil only.
Wire - Christmas lights, extension cords, household wiring, etc.
Lead Acid Batteries - Vehicle batteries only.
To find a recycler for materials not recycled here:
Check Metro's Recycling Hotline:
503-234-3000 or www.oregonmetro.gov/findarecycler.
The Following Materials Are Not Accepted
Asbestos, medical waste, contaminated soils, propane tanks, gas cylinders, fire extinguishers, explosives, ammunition, Creosote-treated wood, liquids except for motor oil and cooking oil.
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal:
Metro South Transfer Station
2001 Washington St., Oregon City
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Saturday
Safe disposal of paint, batteries, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, stains, thinners, solvents, cleaners, automotive fluids, spa and pool chemicals, hobby and art chemicals, propane tanks, sharps - lancets, syringes & needles, and mercury-containing products, such as fluorescent bulbs or tubes & old thermometers.
A $5 fee is charged for up to 35 gallons of household hazardous waste. Additional charges apply for containers larger than 10 gallons.