Hazardous Waste Disposal Kansas City Missouri
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Composting Yard Waste
Composting, the easy, practical way to turn yard waste into a soil enriching resource, is gaining momentum nationwide. Your own back yard is the best place to start. The cheapest, most efficient and environmentally safe way to recycle yard waste is to keep clippings, branches, flowers and leaves in a compost pile. You can build your own compost structure from wire wood or fencing.
Hazardous Waste in Your House
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) includes household cleaners, lawn and garden products, automotive fluids, paints and paint-related products. Common HHW products that can be taken to a collection facility include:
- Automotive products
- CFL light bulbs
- Hazardous cleaners
- Hazardous liquids
- Household cleaners
- Lawn and garden products
- Paint and paint related products
- Photographic chemicals
- Pool chemicals
- Used Oil
Facility does not accept:
- Yard waste
- Commercial waste
- Pressurized gas cylinders
- Items containing asbestos
Residents of the participating communities in Clay County have access to centers in Kansas City and also to a number of mobile collections held throughout the County, free of charge.
You must bring ID with proof of residency. There is a disposal charge per vehicle for residents of non-participating communities.
4707 Deramus Ave
Kansas City, MO 64120
(816) 513-8400 (new)
Open Thursday and Friday 9-6 and Saturday 9-4.
No appointment necessary.
Lee's Summit Facility
By appointment only
100-pound limit per visit
Open first Saturday of the month April thru November
Open every third Wednesday for the year for Antifreeze, batteries, oil and paint only.
Leaves & Brush Drop-Off locations
Locations, drop-off times, residency requirements, fees and closing dates are here:
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