Clean Wood & Brush
Lumber, sawdust and pallets that have never been painted, stained, treated or glued.
Branches larger than 1/4″ diameter, limbs, tree trunks less than 36″ diameter, pruning, etc.
Clean wood is ground into small pieces and mixed with biosolids to create a compost product that is applied to finished sections of Logan Landfill. Material must be free of dirt and stones.
Grass, leaves, straw, manure, garden remains, plant trimmings, branches less than 1/4″ diameter, etc.
Yard waste is ground into small pieces and mixed with biosolids to create a valuable compost product that is applied on finished sections of the Logan Landfill. Material must be free of dirt and stones.
Food scraps and expired foods can be composted at home to reduce household waste and capture nutrients for gardening or soil amendment. Logan Landfill and the Bozeman Convenience Site are not equipped to include food waste with compost, but it is accepted as household trash. Fee-based curbside food waste collection is available for some Gallatin County residents. See our Food Waste page for more information.
Logan Landfill accepts biosolids from the City of Bozeman and Manhattan wastewater treatment facilities. This material is mixed with wood chips and included as part of our compost used for the top layer of closed sections of the landfill.
Small Animals (Under 250 lbs) $15/head
Large Animals (250 lbs +) $30/head
Logan Landfill accepts deceased domestic animals, carcasses and roadkill.
*Deceased animals are NOT accepted at Bozeman Convenience Site; carcasses are accepted during hunting season from August to the end of February .