Landfill Construction and Closure

Unique qualifications

Veit offers landfill clients a distinct advantage: We own and operate two industrial waste landfills and four construction and demolition debris landfills in Minnesota and have 20 years’ experience in landfill construction and closure.

Veit’s working knowledge of current regulations and operating issues makes us uniquely qualified to manage these complex landfill construction projects for clients in private industry and the public sector. And our award winning safety program is your assurance of worksite safety.

Successful landfill construction projects require precise placement of materials and liners. Veit has perfected complex excavation and placement techniques, including the use of GPS-guided equipment for grading to exact tolerances. We also have proven expertise in the construction of industrial, MSW, hazardous waste, and construction /demolition landfills. Veit’s experience ranges from managing waste materials during closure operations to working on clay liner installation projects. Our large fleet of specialized equipment, including off-road trucks and scrapers, expedites every landfill project. Turn to Veit for safe, compliant landfill construction and closure.

Featured Projects:


Landfill Waste Consolidation and Closure

Waste relocation, geomembrane liner, active gas collection system for permanent closure of landfill.

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Landfill Construction

100,000 cubic yards of earthwork on an 11 acre landfill site. Featured construction of a re-compacted clay liner and composite liner & leachate systems.

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Capabilities
  • Permitting/regulatory compliance solutions
  • New landfill construction, cell expansion, and cell closure
  • Subgrade preparation
  • Compacted low-permeability clay liners and caps
  • Geotextile liners
  • Containment berms
  • Landfill gas/leachate collection system construction
  • Stormwater/erosion controls
  • Geosynthetic Clay Liners
  • Geomembranes including PVC, HDPE, and GCL