Before taking waste to the landfill, first determine whether it can be reduced, recycled or reused. If items cannot be reused or recycled, waste may be discarded in the waste stream (i.e. garbage cans and dumpsters).
Davis County has two main landfills that serve it's citizens: Wasatch Integrated and the Bountiful Landfill. Both of these landfills will accept a wide variety of waste types, including green waste, commercial waste, animal wastes, and appliances, and mobile homes. Wasatch Integrated also offers a household hazardous waste facility.
Please note that the Health Department does require any individual or enterprise who collect or salvage any waste materials within the county to obtain a Waste Hauler Permit. Examples of waste haulers include the collection and transport of sewage, septic tank contents, blood, bones, offal, used animal fat, dead animals, animal and vegetable matter resulting from the handling or preparation of food, any solid or liquid matter normally generated by a family in a residence in the course of day-to-day living, used oil, metals, surplus items, chemicals, and drums.