Street & Rubble Site

Bryan Lambrechts
Street/Parks/Rubble Site Department Superintendent
Phone: 605-432-5051


Milbank Street Department
311 W 3rd Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
Phone: (605) 432-5051


Location: Northeast corner of town adjacent to Bell Avenue.

Monday – Friday 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

(Rubble site will be closed on all City recognized holidays)

Items available to dump:

  • Construction and demolition debris (non-burnable): Concrete, brick, stonework, asphaltic concrete, concrete block, asphaltic or fiberglass shingles, painted or stained wood, attached insulation, pipe, and similar wastes, excluding cardboard, plastic, Styrofoam, foam rubber, packaging material, and similar wastes.
  • Trees and burnables: Scrap lumber, untreated wood, trees, tree branches, and brush
  • Petroleum contaminated soil: Soil contaminated with diesel fuel, fuel oil, kerosene, jet fuel, or gasoline.
  • White goods/metals: Refrigerators, washers, dryers, freezers, stoves, water heaters and other recyclable metals, excluding petroleum fuel tanks unless they have been cleaned and can be recycled.
  • Miscellaneous wastes: Carpets, chairs, couches, mattresses, linoleum, glass, and similar items.
  • Ash
  • Yard waste: Leaves, grass clippings and similar vegetation

Items NOT available to dump:

  • Hazardous waste: Waste oil, solvents, PCBs, ash, etc including conditionally exempt small quantity generator (CESQG) waste.

  • Pesticide containers
  • Regulated asbestos-containing materials
  • Lead-acid batteries
  • Putrescible wastes: Municipal solid waste and household garbage.
  • Liquid waste: Petroleum products, sludges, tar, paint, used motor oil, contaminated water, or other liquid wastes.
  • Treated wood: Wood treated with inorganic chemicals, chromated copper arsenate (CCA), pentachlorophenol (PCP), or creosote. CCA and PCP treated wood is commonly referred to as green or brown treated.
  • Miscellaneous wastes: Cardboard, plastic, plastic containers, Styrofoam, foam rubber, packaging materials, containerized paints, sealants, adhesives, and similar materials.
  • Contaminated soil: Soil contaminated with pesticides, solvents, transformer oil, motor oil, lubricants, grease, tar, or similar materials.
  • Waste tires