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Olinda Customer Information





Operating Hours

Monday through Saturday
7am - 4pm  all customers
6am - 7am  transfer trucks only 

Closed major holidays:  New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas


1942 North Valencia Avenue, Brea, CA 92823

Commercial Access

Commercial hauler access is available using the Orange/57 Freeway. Exit at Imperial Highway to Valencia Avenue. Click here to see map.

Public Access

Orange County residents only. If State permitted daily tonnage limit is reached at any Orange County landfill, waste haulers are subject to diversion at any time to local transfer stations located throughout the county, due to the regulatory tonnage capacity of this landfill.

Public access is available using the Orange/57 Freeway. Exit at Lambert Road to Valencia Avenue. Click here to see map.

Special Waste

Tires are no longer accepted at Orange County Landfills. For additional information about waste tire hauling and disposal, visit

Acceptable Waste

Municipal solid waste from commercial haulers and the public.

Unacceptable Waste

  • Asbestos, batteries, brake linings, chemicals, fuel tanks
  • Mufflers, paints, poisons, hazardous waste, animal parts
  • Body parts, medical wastes, radioactive material
  • Auto body shredder wastes, fuels, heavy metals, explosives
  • Pesticides, contaminated soil
  • Liquid waste (moisture content 50% or greater)
  • Nuisance dust
  • Chemically treated wood waste (railroad ties, telephone poles, lumber for fencing, decking, playground equipment, etc.)
  • Tires

Landfill Permit

Olinda Landfill opened in 1960.It is permitted to receive a daily maximum of no more than 8,000 TPD. The landfill is required to comply with numerous landfill regulations from federal, state and local regulatory agencies. The landfill is subject to regular inspections from the California Integrated Waste Management Board and the Board's Local Enforcement Agency, the California Regional Water Quality Control Board and the South Coast Air Quality Management District to assure compliance with those regulations.Olinda Landfill is approximately 565 acres with about 420 acres permitted for refuse disposal. The proposed end use after landfill closure is a county regional park.