INERT LANDFILL CONDITIONS: Inert material is defined as non-water soluble and non-decomposable material that does not undergo biological, chemical, physical, or radiological transformation. For materials to be considered inert, they cannot contain hazardous wastes or leach hazardous constituents above appropriate surface or groundwater protection levels. By signing below, applicant represents that any material being unloaded in the Henderson Pit by applicant is inert and non-hazardous. Customer is responsible for all clean-up costs associated with depositing any active or hazardous material.
Materials accepted: Clean fill, dirt, earth, rock, clay, soil, sand, gravel, masonry, aggregate, fully cured asphalt, concrete, brick, tile, other inert material.
Materials NOT accepted: Wood, tree trimmings, liquid of any kind, plastics, vegetation, trash, hazardous or contaminated material.
Acknowledgement: By typing in the Signature Box below, I am acknowledging that I have read and understand the definitions and types of inert landfill materials acceptable to Henderson Pit. I understand I am legally and financially liable for the removal of any material unloaded in the Henderson Pit by my company, employees, or agents of my company including clean-up costs, disposal fees, and attorneys fees incurred in the enforcement of any action required.