Street/Parks/Rubble Site Department Superintendent
Milbank Street Department
311 W 3rd Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
Phone: (605) 432-5051
Rubble Site Location
Location: Northeast corner of town adjacent to Bell Avenue.
Turn west onto Milbank Avenue (at Hardees)
Turn north onto Lloyd Street
Turn right onto Bell Avenue
Continue on Bell Avenue (479th Avenue) around the Catholic Cemetery
The Rubble Site will be on your right, watch for the sign
Rubble Site Hours:
Monday – Friday 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 3:00 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.
- 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