Solid Waste Facility
City of Casper Regional Solid Waste Facility
The city of Casper operates a state of the art solid waste facility. The city bales residential and commercial trash from all over Natrona County and Wyoming. The facility includes the baler building, landfill, and compost yard
. The facility is also home to one of Casper’s nine recycling depots and accepts electronics
and metals for recycling.
Secured Load Ordinance By city ordinance 8.40.100(a), all loads entering the solid waste facility must be secured in such a manner that none of the load escapes the vehicle during transport. Examples of ways to secure loads include: rope, bungees, tie downs, tarps or cargo nets. For instance, a pickup carrying loose leaves in the bed would require a tarp and rope to be considered secure. Violation of the secured load ordinance will result in $15.00 per load fee for residents and a $50.00 per load fee for commercial customers. Residents will be offered a tarp and bungees or a cargo net upon paying the fee.
Residents of Casper who utilize city trash services are provided one free balefill pass on each utility bill. One utility bill is good for one entry and is good for one year from the billing date. The free balefill pass on each utility bill is valid for one car, standard size pickup bed (4’ by 8’) or 10 foot trailer load of trash.
Utility bill balefill passes are also provided by the town of Bar Nunn, Evansville and a punch pass is provided by the town of Mills. Citizens of Glenrock may present a valid Wyoming driver's license showing a physical Glenrock address as a pass. All passes are subject to the same rules.
The following items are not eligible for utility bill use: trailers over 10 feet in length, non-standard pick up beds, commercial loads, non-friable asbestos, Freon containing appliances and tires. See the rates
section for more details.