Tulsa Indoor Dump accepts a wide variety of waste products, from household items to construction and demolition material. Disposing of small loads is even easier with our new pickup truck dump area—where you can just Dump-N-Go!
The five-door dump area allows customers with a pickup truck, car/SUV, cargo van, or small box van truck a convenient area to back into to dump their trash.
Mr. Murph recycle bins (brown with green lids) are conveniently located as you enter the site from N. Peoria Ave. We accept paper & cardboard, plastic bottles & containers, steel & aluminum cans.
$45 minimum – per load (up to 2,000 lbs.)
Loads over 2,000 lbs. are $0.45 per 20 lbs.
$10 with a chain.
Mattresses & Futons
$10.00 ea. (King, Queen, Full)
$7.00 ea. (Twin, Crib)
$10.00 ea. (Auto & light truck less than 20″)
$15.00 ea. (Light truck over 20″)
PAYMENT HOLDS WILL OCCUR ON:
$100 – Gross weight of 10,000 lbs. – 15,000 lbs.
$150 – Gross weight over 15,000 lbs.
Our convenient five-door dump area allows plenty of space to back up and unload differently sized loads. Just Dump-N-Go!
Help our environment by disposing of accepted items, like paper and plastic, in our Mr. Murph recycling bins.
Non-recyclable items go to our environmental landfill. We turn your trash to energy, powering homes and benefitting our community!
Save time and money—weigh, pay and then be on your way!
Mon – Fri: 7 AM to 5:00 PM
Sat: 8 AM to 2:00 PM
1150 N Peoria Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106
Founded in 1987, Tulsa Indoor Dump is Tulsa’s only state-licensed transfer station for the general public and businesses to dispose of their waste and recyclables. Conveniently located just north of downtown Tulsa, our drive-through indoor city dump keeps you out of the weather and allows for quick and safe disposal of your waste.
Our friendly and courteous staff want to make your visit trouble-free and earn your repeat business. Tulsa Indoor Dump meets all your disposal needs. That means anything the landfill can take, we can take. Plus, we’ll help you stay green with Mr. Murph recycling.
What we can’t recycle through Mr. Murph, we turn into energy at our Waste-to-Energy Landfill. Here, we’re generating enough electricity to power over 4,800 homes in Northeast Oklahoma—365 days a year!