- Construction of landfill cells 1, 2 and 3 were completed in October 2006 and totaled approximately 23.6 acres. Cell 5 was completed in 2010 and is approximately 9.3 acres, Cell 6 was completed in 2014 and is about 8.95 acres.
- Construction of the remaining cells will be phased in throughout the life of the landfill.
Series of basins that collect stormwater, not leachate, for controlled discharge to streams to prevent flooding.
Series of shallow ponds that collect sediment, i.e. silt/sand, from stormwater to prevent silting of streams.
- Regional Landfill Offices
- Scale house to control access to site and weigh incoming waste.
- Buildings for the maintenance/storage of landfill equipment, facilities for landfill personnel, and landfill office.
- Building for storage of sand for ice control on landfill roads.
Leachate pump station collects leachate from landfill cell's liner system and pumps to leachate storage tanks.
Two, 1.3 million gallon dual containment tanks to store the leachate collected by the liner systems. Leachate is pumped into tankers for transportation and disposal at a waste water treatment facility.
Landfill Gas Area
Consists of a landfill gas powered electrical generation building operated by WMRE and currently utilizing two engines. There are also two twin landfill flares employed to destroy excess landfill gas not used by the engines.