C.M. Hinton Jr. Regional Landfill

Garland’s C. M. Hinton, Jr. Regional Landfill opened in April 2002 and is designed for an approximate 50-year lifespan. The Hinton Landfill accepts municipal solid waste, construction, and demolition waste from residents, private waste haulers, and commercial businesses, taking in approximately 1,100 tons of garbage every day. Please note that only brick and masonry goods that are 100% clean and free of trash, wire, and/or rebar will be accepted free of charge at the landfill.

  1. Prohibited Materials
  2. Hotline
  3. Landfill Rules
  4.  Residents
  5. Non-Residents
  6. Things to Know
  • Ammunition
  • Any material determined by the Managing Director to have the potential of causing harm to the general health and welfare of human beings or the environment
  • Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) containing items, such as refrigerators and air conditioners;
  • Closed drums
  • Commercial loads of electronics, including televisions, office machines, and computer equipment
  • Debris from nonhazardous chemical spills
  • Devices that once contained petroleum-based compounds such as gasoline, fuel oil, hydraulic fluid, lubricants or other chemicals
  • Friable asbestos
  • Fuel tanks
  • Hazardous waste, including paint, pesticides, fertilizer, pool chemicals, etc.
  • High-pH and low-pH materials
  • Infectious and/or hospital waste including any and all body parts and waste materials which have been in contact with said body parts, and are considered hazardous as defined by state and/or federal regulations. This includes, but is not limited to all “red bag” waste
  • Large appliances such as stoves, dishwashers, refrigerators, air conditioners, etc.
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Liquids
  • Motor oil, used oil filters
  • Motor-driven vehicles
  • Sandblast grit and non-liquid paint wastes
  • Septic tank clean-out waste
  • Spent filter media residue
  • Tires
  • Unsecured load

Need to dispose of hazardous waste? Visit the Dallas County Home Chemical Collection Center at 11234 Plano Road in Dallas or call 214-553-1765 for information. 

Need to dispose of large household appliances? Visit Garland's Recycling Center's scrap metal collection area at 1426 Commerce Street.