Division of Solid Waste

Ryan Murphy, Manager
3962 Hoffman Road
Toledo, Ohio 43611

 

FOR QUESTIONS AND INQUIRIES ABOUT YOUR SERVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ENGAGE TOLEDO AT 419.936.2020.


 

We regret the temporary inconvenience, yet effective 3/19 until further notice, there will be no general public access to the Hoffman Road Landfill.  There are alternatives.   

Brooklyn North Recycling, 4242 Creekside, will accept CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION DEBRIS (CDD) ONLY from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Monday thru Friday.  NO HOUSEHOLD TRASH OR SOLID WASTE. Call 419.476.0655 for pricing and details.   PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON WHAT BROOKLYN NORTH CAN ACCEPT.  

Republic’s Vienna Junction Landfill, 6196 Hagman Rd,  will also accept CDD AND household trash from Toledo residents.  Call 419.726.9465 for hours and pricing.

THE CITY STILL EXPECTS TO AGAIN PROVIDE 4 FREE DISPOSAL DAYS FOR CITY OF TOLEDO RESIDENTS IN 2020.  CLICK HERE FOR THE FLYER.  CHECK BACK PERIODICALLY FOR UPDATES ON THIS

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE 2020 REFUSE & RECYCLING CALENDAR FROM REPUBLIC SERVICES.  

MISSION STATEMENT

The Division of Solid Waste is dedicated to the operation and maintenance of the City of Toledo’s Hoffman Road landfill to support the Lucas County refuse collection operations.  The Division ensures a safe and reliable location for the disposal and management of solid waste at the Hoffman Road Landfill.

DIVISIONAL GOALS, OBJECTIVES & INITIATIVES

  1. To continue support of Lucas County’s Republic Services’ contract for collection of Lucas County’s residential refuse.
  2. To effectively and efficiently manage the landfill as a city asset, employing technology and innovative practices to achieve an overall, annual in place density of at least 1600 pounds per cubic yard.
  3. To secure permit modifications and/or alterations that will extend the life of the Landfill
  4. Continue to develop an engaged, well-trained and effective workforce.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS

  1. Provides access to the Hoffman Road Landfill for Lucas County refuse collection operations, Lucas County residents, and other customers approved by City Council for solid waste disposal.
  2. Works closely with the Lucas County Health Department and Ohio EPA to ensure landfill operations are in compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations

KEY MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE FOR THE DIVISION

  1. Operating the Landfill in accordance with established industry guidelines as well as State and Federal regulations. Measured by monthly Ohio EPA inspections, with no violations noted.
  2. Continue to generate revenue by selectively considering new customers 
  3. Increasing number of years of life of Landfill – measured by success of alterations of the Landfill design,  permit modifications and waste compaction efforts.