Ask About the Grand Central Landfill Expansion Project

Grand Central Landfill has been providing waste disposal services in Plainfield Twp. since 1951 when it was opened by the Perin family. In 1983, the landfill became the second in the state to use a synthetic liner. The Perin family sold the landfill and hauling company to USA Waste in 1997. USA Waste later merged with Waste Management, the current operator of the landfill and hauling company.

Grand Central Landfill is dedicated to being the Slate Belt’s premiere waste solutions provider with a commitment to sustainability, biodiversity and environmental stewardship. To continue our commitment, the Grand Central Landfill has interest in submitting a rezoning application to Plainfield Township requesting that 211 acres of land located adjacent to the existing landfill be rezoned. The rezoning of the property would be the first step in a multi-step Township, State and Federal approval process required to allow the waste facility complex to continue its operations.