WIN Waste New Lexington

Landfill in New Lexington, OH


WIN Waste New Lexington (formerly Tunnel Hill Reclamation Landfill) is a fully permitted and licensed subtitle D landfill equipped with the latest technology. We employ the most up-to-date safeguards to protect the environment and public health and work in collaboration with the Perry County Health Department and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to ensure we’re operating in accordance with federal and state regulations. We also work with the Coshocton-Fairfield-Licking-Perry Joint Solid Waste District on recycling and reuse programs in support of its solid waste management plan.

Any individual or business can dispose of waste at the landfill as long as the waste meets our acceptance criteria and gains approval. We service both local and out-of-state customers by truck and rail.



Accepted Materials: municipal solid waste, construction and demolition debris, remediation soils and certain nonhazardous specialty wastes


Prohibited Materials: whole tires, yard waste, batteries, CFC appliances, PCB toxic wastes, liquid paints, or hazardous and untreated bulk infectious waste


8822 Tunnel Hill Road
New Lexington, OH


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Our commitment to sustainability is more important today than it ever has been. WIN Waste Innovations scores high on sustainability with a 4-star rating (out of 5) and are ranked in the top five companies globally for sustainability performance within our sector: environmental services — waste treatment. See how we embed sustainability at every step of our operations:


In the community

WIN Waste is an essential and active community partner. We are committed to community success and strive every day to not only service the communities we operate in, but we aim to make them even better. We focus our time, talent and resources to support a cleaner environment, a more vibrant community and more equitable opportunities for our workforce. We prioritize the environment in our services and support community organizations that work towards a more sustainable future — from planting urban tree canopies in Baltimore to restoring sparrow nests in New England’s coastal marshes.

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