The Crookston Transfer Station and Fosston Incinerator are again open to the public and accepting wastes from self-hauling. The only change to the Crookston transfer station facility is that recycling is only accepted during normal business hours (Monday 7am-7pm) and (Tuesday-Friday 7am-5:30pm). Residents entering any portion of the facility must wear a face covering to protect our staff and other visitors from COVID-19. We appreciate your cooperation during this difficult time and we aim to continue to provide our residents with all our services.
The product exchange services are now open for HHW products available for residents to pickup at our facility. Only one household may use the product exchange room at a time, no mixed households can be in this room as this room does not allow space for social distancing.
Crookston Transfer Station218-281-6445Fosston Incinerator218-435-6501
Polk County Solid Waste is charged with implementing, applying, and enforcing the rules and regulations found within the Polk County Solid Waste Ordinance and those mandated by State or Federal law. Polk County’s Solid Waste Ordinance is applied county-wide, to provide for safe, legal and proper management of solid waste materials.
Polk County Solid Waste plans and manages the waste streams within Polk County. This is done through working with disposal facilities and end markets to ensure that viable outlets for waste materials are available to the residents of Polk County.