HHW Collection Facilities

Missouri residents who live in participating communities can take their household hazardous waste (HHW) at no cost to either of the following HHW facilities. Please note when appointments are required. ID and proof of residency are required.

Download this information: Missouri Regional HHW Collection Program brochure (pdf)

 

Kansas City, Missouri Facility
4707 Deramus
(just south of the Chouteau Bridge in the east river bottoms)
816-513-8400

Facility accepts:  

automotive products, antifreeze, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs (Tube and CFL), fertilizers, flammables, fuels, hazardous cleaners, hazardous liquids, household cleaners, lawn and garden products, paint, pesticides, photographic chemicals, pool chemicals, solvents, thinners, used oil

Facility does not accept:   explosives, yard waste, commercial waste, pressurized gas cylinders, asbestos, tires, appliances
Hours:   Thu. and Fri. 9 a.m.–6 p.m.,
Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
No appointment required.
Who can bring waste:



 
 

No charge for residents of Regional HHW Collection Program. Must bring ID with proof of residency. Fees can no longer be accepted at the KC facility or at mobile events from residents of non-participating communities, however they may still access the Lee’s Summit facility for a fee.

 

 

Lee's Summit Facility
2101 SE Hamblen Road
(at the Summit Waste Systems Resource Recovery Park)
816-623-3066
Facility accepts:   automotive products, antifreeze, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs (tube and CFL), fertilizers, flammables, fuels, hazardous cleaners, hazardous liquids, household cleaners, lawn and garden products, paint, pesticides, photographic chemicals, pool chemicals, solvents, thinners, used oil
Facility does not accept:   explosives, yard waste, commercial waste, pressurized gas cylinders, asbestos, tires, appliances
Hours:   Appointment required. Open year-round, third Wednesday of each month,, 2–6 p.m. (paint, antifreeze, motor oil, batteries, and fluorescent light bulbs only on Wednesdays). Open April through November, first Saturday of each month, 7 a.m.–noon. 100-pound limit per visit.
Who can bring waste:

 
 

No charge for residents of Regional HHW Collection Program. Must bring ID with proof of residency. A disposal fee is charged per vehicle for residents of non-participating communities.