BC Landfill
Serving the Residents of Benton County, Iowa
The Benton County Solid Waste Disposal Commission

Commission Meeting 

May 16th

Landfill Manager’s Report 

On 4/27 AmeriCorp personnel picked up litter.

The Haul Truck’s Parking Brake was replaced.

The new Pickup will be here shortly.

Because of continuing rain, more Leachate will

need to be moved and additional Rock will have

to be put down.

ECICOG Report

A written report was submitted by Alicia on the

summer reading program, and updated contracts

for recycling tires and electronics.

The Commission

Minutes were approved and the Treasurer’s

Report was accepted.

Resolutions passed to pay bills and transfer funds.

A change to our By Laws was tabled to the next

Commission Meeting.

New Contracts were approved for the recycling of

Tires and Electronics.

Approval was granted for hiring temporary

Summer help.

Continuing discussion was held on the future of

recycling in the County, in light of the continuing

increase in the costs to recycle versus the cost to

landfill them.  A resolution was passed, asking the

County Supervisors to repeal ordinance 44 which

prohibits our landfill from burying recyclables; a

meeting with the Supervisors will be tentatively

scheduled for Tuesday May 29th at 9:30 am.

BC Landfill
The Benton County Solid Waste Disposal Commission

Commission Meeting 

May 16th

Landfill Manager’s Report 

On 4/27 AmeriCorp personnel picked up litter.

The Haul Truck’s Parking Brake was replaced.

The new Pickup will be here shortly.

Because of continuing rain, more Leachate will need

to be moved and additional Rock will have to be put

down.

ECICOG Report

A written report was submitted by Alicia on the

summer reading program, and updated contracts for

recycling tires and electronics.

The Commission

Minutes were approved and the Treasurer’s Report

was accepted.

Resolutions passed to pay bills and transfer funds.

A change to our By Laws was tabled to the next

Commission Meeting.

New Contracts were approved for the recycling of

Tires and Electronics.

Approval was granted for hiring temporary Summer

help.

Continuing discussion was held on the future of

recycling in the County, in light of the continuing

increase in the costs to recycle versus the cost to

landfill them.  A resolution was passed, asking the

County Supervisors to repeal ordinance 44 which

prohibits our landfill from burying recyclables; a

meeting with the Supervisors will be tentatively

scheduled for Tuesday May 29th at 9:30 am.