Holiday schedule for Pima County landfills - Tucson News Now

Holiday schedule for Pima County landfills

Memorial Day is fast approaching and Pima County is posting their holiday schedule for landfills and transfer stations.

May 27, the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality Solid Waste Division will be closed, this includes landfills in Sahuarita and Ajo, as well as the Tangerine Landfill and the Catalina and Ryan Field Transfer stations. 

In addition the Solid Waste Administrative Office, (5301 W. Ina Road) will be closed.

For more information on the closures, please call the 24-hour Landfill Information Line at (520) 724-7400 or visit www.pima.gov/deq.

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