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Chastang Sanitary Landfill

  Map Code: AL-5
Location: 17045 Highway 43
  Mount Vernon, AL (Mobile County)
Days & Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-4pm, Sat 7am-12pm
Facility Access: Highway
Facility Size: 465 Acres
Avg. Daily Intake: 890 Tons/Day
Waste Shed: County/Metro. Exclusive
Operator: Waste Management Inc (WMI)
(Private) Mr. Ed Fox
Title: Operations Manager
Dept./Div.: Chastang Landfill
Address: 17045 Highway 43
  Mount Vernon, AL 36560 Phone(334) 829-4006
Owner: City of Mobile
(Public) Mr. John Bell, Sr.
Title: Executive Director
Dept./Div.: Public Services
Address: PO Box 1827
  Mobile, AL 36633 Phone(334) 208-7158
Avg. Tipping Fee: $30.00/Ton
Permit Number: 49-05R
Startup Date: June 1978
Expected Closure Date: January 2030
Remaining Capacity: 8,210,198 Tons Lifespan25 Years
Waste Types Accepted: Construction & Demolition, Contaminated Soil, Dry Industrial, Municipal Solid Waste, Non-Friable Asbestos, Sludge, Yard Waste.

Description and Explanation of Data Fields

Facility Name and Location

Facility name most commonly used by those who use it. Address includes city and county.

Map Code

Each Facility has a unique code beginning the 2-letter abbreviation for the state, that corresponds to its location on maps of the state and region.

Days & Hours

Days and hours of operation.

Facility Access

Whether accessable by rail, road, waterway.

Facility Size

Number of acres in use or for the entire facility.

Avg. Daily Intake

Intake as reported by the facility (in tons).

Waste Shed

Area served by this facility.

Owner and Operator

Entity names, contact individuals, addresses, and phone numbers for both the owner and operator of the facility, and whether they are public or private.

Avg. Tipping Fee

The most recent fee charged for the primary type of waste (usually MSW) accepted. This is a spot or gate rate charged to regular commercial haulers.

Permit Number

Most recent state regulatory agency permit number under which facility is operating.

Startup Date

The month and year that the facility commenced operations.

Expected Closure Date

The month and year that the facility is expected to close, not just when the permit will expire.

Remaining Capacity and Lifespan

Actual or expected number of tons of available remainig capacity. Facility lifespan considers both remaining capacity divided by yearly volumes disposed and the expected closure date.


Common Waste Types

Asbestos Fibrous material formerly used as insulation. Friable Asbestos: easily crumbled. Non-friable is generally easier to handle.
Sludge Mudlike sediment produced during the treatment of sewage or other industrial process.
Dry Industrial Waste Non-hazardous by-product of manufacturing. For example, metal shavings, rubber dust, saw dust, etc.
Construction & Demolition Wood, sheet rock, concrete, cement block, brick, beams, etc.
Municipal Solid Waste Regular household garbage or office waste.
Waste Oil Used oil drained from automobile and truck engines.
Contaminated Soil Almost always is petroleum contaminated soil from leaky underground storage tanks.
Yard Waste Leafs, branches, tree stumps, limbs, etc.
Medical Waste Non-hazardous waste from hospitals.
Waste Tires Automobile, truck, tractor trailer and equipment tires; tipping fee often varies with size.

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