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Omaha Recycling Guide

Bricks & Pavers

Not Accepted, Alternative Options Available

HA Bricks

Bulky Item: Requires Special Disposal

Do NOT place this item in a City of Omaha curbside recycling cart of drop-off site container.

Do NOT place this item in a black-lid waste cart. Bulky items require special disposal in the City of Omaha.

Bricks, pavers, and landscaping blocks can be taken to River City Recycling & Transfer Station, 6404 South 60th Street (60th & Harrison Streets). There may be a fee for processing certain items. Call (402) 731-0414 or find more information at this link:


This item can also be taken to the Douglas County Pheasant Point landfill located at Highway 36 and 216th Street. Flat rates and/or special handling fees may apply. Call (402) 238-2970 or find more information at this link:

HA Bricks

Where Else Could It Go?

Some local companies recycle clean concrete, bricks, and rock into reusable materials.

Conreco accepts clean concrete, asphalt, retaining wall blocks, granite, brick, and stone or cement pavers. There are fees for dumping. NO vegetation or trash will be accepted.


Heimes Corporation accepts clean concrete block, brick, pavers, and rock. There is a fee for concrete that contains metal. NO asphalt, no trash, no dirt or yardwaste, and no wood or plastic will be accepted. You will be turned away if trash or unaccepted items are in your load.

Heimes Corporation

Always call ahead to confirm if your item can be accepted. Restrictions and fees may apply.

Ways to Reduce or Reuse

Consider donating bricks and blocks in good condition to Habitat for Humanity's ReStore. To be accepted, bricks and blocks must be fully intact. Broken pieces or items with mortar, cement, or dirt on them will NOT be accepted. Large loads require palletization. Other restrictions apply. Call ahead for manager approval.

Habitat ReStore