east fill projectPhoto of a newly installed gas well as part of the South Quarry landfill gas expansion project - Bridgeton
Landfill, Jan. 10, 2018

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Solid Waste Management Program
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102

This page provides citizens with access to pertinent information and online forms regarding ongoing compliance issues and activities related to a subsurface smoldering event and associated odors around Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill at 13570 St. Charles Rock Road in Bridgeton.

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Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill Facility Information

Updated Feb. 20, 2018

New Reports

Monthly TRS Data

newOct. 12, 2017 (posted 02/13/18)

Bridgeton Weekly Air Sampling Reports

newOct. 3, 2017 (posted 02/20/18)
newOct. 11, 2017 (posted 02/20/18)
newOct. 18, 2017 (posted 02/20/18)
newOct. 24, 2017 (posted 02/20/18)

Bridgeton Weekly Data Submittal Reports

newFeb. 9, 2018 (posted 02/20/18)
newFeb. 9, 2018 - Heat removal pilot study (posted 02/20/18)
newFeb. 16, 2018 (posted 02/20/18)
newFeb. 16, 2018 - Heat removal pilot study (posted 02/20/18)











Recent Activities

Dec. 12, 2017 - Construction Update - Bridgeton Landfill, LLC plans to begin installation of 11 new landfill gas extraction wells in the South Quarry late this week (weather dependent). Odor control and odor monitoring efforts are planned as part of the project to minimize the potential for off-site odors. (posted 12/15/17)












Reports and Updates

Jan. 12, 2018 - Based on National Weather Service reports for the Bridgeton area, temperatures are forecasted to fall below 10 degrees Fahrenheit over periods of Monday, Jan. 15, and Tuesday, Jan. 16. When the temperature is below 10 degrees Fahrenheit, AreaRae monitors must be shutdown to avoid damage to the units. Once the temperature rises above 10 degrees Fahrenheit, the AreaRae monitors will be restarted and resume operation. Staff will monitor the temperature to ensure the AreaRae network is shutdown for the least amount of time practicable. Air monitoring using handheld devices will be conducted as normal. The department confirmed with Bridgeton Landfill that the facility will maintain routine operations, and no construction activity is planned over the next several days.

Data from the two sulfur dioxide air monitors monitored by Bridgeton Landfill, through a contractor, can be found at: inqenv.com/bridgeton/index.html.

Data from the sulfur dioxide air monitor monitored by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

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1st responder entrance construction

Photo of the construction activity at the First Responder's Entrance - Bridgeton Landfill, Jan. 10, 2018.


This website is updated as information becomes available. If you have questions about document availability send an email to swmp@dnr.mo.gov.

The documents provided are electronic copies and are being provided for reference only. The official records may be reviewed at the Solid Waste Management Program’s Office in Jefferson City at 1730 E. Elm Street. For documents originating from other sources, the department takes no responsibility for the views, content or accuracy of the information provided. Where necessary due to privacy laws and other legal statutes, the original document may be redacted to keep protected information confidential.