Lincoln County Landfills
Lincoln County Solid Waste operates landfills in Libby, Eureka, Troy and Happy’s Inn. Our goal is to provide for safe, convenient recycling and waste disposal while protecting human health and the environment.
Lincoln County Solid Waste Regulations require you to secure your load when traveling on any county roadway!
Garbage or refuse transported on roads of the county must be protected from the wind and be loaded in such a manner that none of it shall fall, drop or spill upon the ground. Rubbish and refuse shall be transported in such a manner as not to litter a roadway.
Download & Share the Secure/Covered Loads Brochure (PDF)
Landfill Locations and Hours:
2501 Pipe Creek Road
Open Monday–Saturday 8am to 6pm
653 Airport Road
Open Monday–Saturday 8am to 5:30pm
273 Dump Road
Open Friday–Tuesday, 10am to 6pm
Closed Wed. & Thurs.
Happy’s Inn Landfill
101 Dump Road
Open Friday-Monday 9am to 5pm
Several private companies serve most of Lincoln County with trash pickup for a fee.
Call to inquire about your needs.
Libby and Troy - Kootenai Disposal: (406) 293-3711
Eureka - North Lincoln Sanitation: (406) 297-2777
Lincoln County Landfills Accept:
- yard waste
- general home waste
- used appliances
- scrap metal
- wood products
- batteries (auto or lead acid)
- motor oil**
- anti freeze**
**Troy transfer station does not accept these products.
Landfill Fee Schedule
There is no per use fee for disposal of household wastes at landfills or greenbox sites. Landfill operations are supported through the $135/unit refuse assessment fee paid with property taxes. If you have any questions before bringing a load, you may want to contact the landfill so your load is not refused.
Click here for the current landfill fee schedule.
Please review the Demolition project requirements for contractors and homeowners for asbestos inspection requirements and information for disposal of construction and demolition debris. Contact the Lincoln County Asbestos Resource Program for addiitonal information or if you have questions.
Please contact the Montana Asbestos Control Program for information on state regulations associated construction and demolition projects being completed public/commercial buildings.
Demolition project requirements for contractors and homeowners
Disposal policies & procedures (coming soon)