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

Commission Meeting 

June 20th

Landfill Manager’s Report 

A lightning strike knocked out the scale’s

electronics, but the computers were protected.

We continue to take in greater amounts of HHM

(Household Hazardous Material).

Working on a “Dead Animal” policy.

Continuing rain will necessitate removing more

Leachate.

ECICOG Report

The summer reading program is in full swing.

The Commission

Minutes were approved and the Treasurer’s

Report was accepted.

Resolutions passed to pay bills and transfer funds

Pay raises were approved.

A change was made to the Landfill’s By Laws

allowing for the payment of “ordinary” bills in the

absence of a quorum.

Discussions were held on installing an electrical

generator to mitigate power outages.

Commissioner, and County Supervisor, Seeman

reported that the 1st reading to rescind County

Ordinance 44 passed.

Discussions were held on potential ways of

reducing costs to county residents.

BC Landfill
The Benton County Solid Waste Disposal Commission

Commission Meeting 

June 20th

Landfill Manager’s Report 

A lightning strike knocked out the scale’s

electronics, but the computers were protected.

We continue to take in greater amounts of HHM

(Household Hazardous Material).

Working on a “Dead Animal” policy.

Continuing rain will necessitate removing more

Leachate.

ECICOG Report

The summer reading program is in full swing.

The Commission

Minutes were approved and the Treasurer’s Report

was accepted.

Resolutions passed to pay bills and transfer funds

Pay raises were approved.

A change was made to the Landfill’s By Laws

allowing for the payment of “ordinary” bills in the

absence of a quorum.

Discussions were held on installing an electrical

generator to mitigate power outages.

Commissioner, and County Supervisor, Seeman

reported that the 1st reading to rescind County

Ordinance 44 passed.

Discussions were held on potential ways of reducing

costs to county residents.