San Juan Transfer station is committed to doing our part to protect our employees, customers and the general public.
Please do your part and respect the way we need to operate when you bring us your garbage and recyclables.
- PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE TRANSFER STATION IF YOU FEEL ILL
- Wear gloves and other PPE when at the Transfer Station
- Please use credit/debit cards when paying and disinfect if possible before handing card over to staff. We prefer to not take cash at this time.
- Respect the distances in place when at the scale house and when unloading
- Maintain minimum distance of 6-10’ from our staff and fellow customers
- Don’t mingle and have conversations while at the transfer station
As a company:
We are constantly cleaning and disinfecting all offices, payment methods, writing utensils and common areas. We are limiting direct interaction between staff and Customers. We are following all CDC practices and staying up to date with best industry practices.
It is all of our responsibility to work together to provide this essential service in the safest manner possible. Thank you and be safe!
Information regarding the 2020 noxious weed disposal fund
San Juan County has provided funding over the last several years for
“free” noxious weed disposal for residents. The incentivized no-cost
weed disposal has been both popular and well used. The County reimburses
the waste station operators for the cost of weed disposal unless paid
for by the resident.
Unfortunately, the annual budget for free weed disposal has been
quickly overspent this year due to historically high volumes of noxious
weeds being brought into the waste stations. County waste stations will
not be able to accept noxious weeds for free beginning October 1 through
the end of the year. From now through Sept. 30 each household will
still be still able to dispose of one standard (approximately 32 gallon)
can/bag of approved noxious weeds for free (additional bags charged).
Please see the press release here: https://www.islandsweekly.com/news/2020-noxious-weed-disposal-fund-ends-early/