They re-open it for 9/11 to help with searching for remains . It took sometime for local officials to finally close the 2,200 acre landfill . Everything goes out by rail to landfills by design to help close it . There's about 50 acres with remains that family's don't wont it to be used for park redevelopment over 30 years .Tom M said:After 9/11 Staten Island dumps got overloaded and everything was being transfered to Pennsylvania for a while. Not sure about now but like supplies and gas price increase but never decrease.
Local yard does it by yard no scales . Around 45 bucks or so looks at van or pickup size bed . Still run by mob . Don't tell no one thou .Easy Gibson said:$95/ton. Totally reasonable for around here. I actually don't know if they pro-rate or if there's a 1 ton minimum. Most places will round to the nearest $20. I had 1800 pounds, so I just assumed they rounded up to the full ton. You're right though, I'd have paid double.