Beginning on Wednesday, March 23rd, the Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency expects to commence construction on a new truck scale for the inbound lane at the scale house. The Agency anticipates two weeks to complete the construction. The new scale will be 70 feet long and will have digital technology. It will replace the 50-foot scale installed in 1986.
BuRRT will continue to operate during this downtime. All transactions, both flat rate and re-weigh, will be done using the outbound scale on the left side of the scale house. Customers are asked to be patient during expected delays and safe when entering and exiting the outbound scale. Flaggers will be on hand to help manage traffic during this time.
The Agency operates both BuRRT and the Caja del Rio Landfill. The Agency facilities provide a safe and environmentally responsible way for residents and businesses to dispose of their waste and recyclables.
Our Promise to You…
SFSWMA is committed to be an innovative, responsive, and integrated solid waste organization that provides a safe, cost-efficient and environmentally-sound management of solid waste generated for its customers in Santa Fe County while educating the public in the importance of waste diversion programs including waste reduction, recycling, composting, and special waste.
NEW CELL CONSTRUCTION
As a continued part of the expansion of the Caja del Rio landfill, the Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency (Agency) will be commencing construction of a new cell, which we are calling Cell 5B starting in September. MORE INFO >
LANDFILL PERMIT RENEWAL
Visit our new webpage to learn more about the Caja del Rio Landfill Permit Renewal and Modification Project!