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Posted on: March 17, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Trash Transfer Station Operations Update

Trash Transfer Station Updates

Commercial customers may utilize the following payment options:

  • RFID program: vehicle tare weights and load types are saved, and a card is swiped at the scale. Customers using the RFID must have an account with a security deposit and will be billed at the beginning of each month. Current RFID users at the Trash Transfer Station should ensure they have a current tare weight on their vehicles, RFID cards work properly, and get additional cards if needed.
  • Card-on-File: Customer must have an account set up at the Trash Transfer Station, a credit card number is saved and charged as the customer exits the scale house. The customer must stop on the inbound and outbound scale. Receipts will be e-mailed and will not be provided at the window.
  • Charge Account: Customer may fill out an application and establish a security deposit. Customer must stop on inbound and outbound scale. Accounts are billed at the end of each month. During the no-direct contact policy, customers will not receive the pen pad for signatures or receive a receipt. Customers will receive tickets from that day’s transactions via email overnight.

Residential customers may utilize the following options:

  • Private Hauler: Contact a local hauler to manage your waste.
  • Card-on-File: Customers must have an account set up at the Trash Transfer Station, a credit card is saved and charged as the customer exits the scale house. The customer must stop on the inbound and outbound scale. Receipts will not be given at the window but can be emailed.
  • Charge Account: Customer may fill out an application and establish a security deposit. Customer must stop on inbound and outbound scale. Accounts are billed at the end of each month. During the no-direct contact policy, customers will not receive the pen pad for signatures or receive a receipt. Customers will receive tickets from that day’s transactions via email overnight.


Scale house staff will use microphones and the sliding drawer to interact with customers for the foreseeable future. This preparation process will likely cause delays. ISWR appreciates your understanding and patience during this unprecedented event.


Please contact Teton County ISWR with any questions at 307-733-7678.

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