Municipal Services

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAM

Municipal Services administers the household hazardous waste program for the City of Independence. The City participates in a regional program through the Mid-America Regional Council.  This partnership enables Independence residents to participate in the mobile collections held throughout the metropolitan area. 

2022 Mobile Collection Event Schedule

DateHostLocationTime
April 2 Independence Independence Square/Walnut and Liberty Streets 9 am - 1 pm
May 21 Parkville with Riverside Platte Landing Park- 164 S. Main St 8 am - Noon
June 4 Belton with Raymore Yeokum Center- 613 Mill St 8 am - Noon
June 18 Harrisonville Streets and Maintenance Department- 1403 S. Independence 8 am - Noon
June 25 Lone Jack with Lake Lotawana/Lake Winnebego/Greenwood Lone Jack High School- 313 S. Bynum Rd 8 am - Noon 
July 30 Platte County with Platte City/Weston Platte Ridge Park- 17130 Missouri Highway 371 (North of Platte City) 8 am - Noon
August 13 Gladstone Happy Rock Park-76th and N. Antioch 8 am - Noon
September 10 Liberty with Clay County Pleasant Valley Baptist Church- 1600 Rte. 291 8 am - Noon
September 24 Jackson County with Grain Valley Jackson County Maintenance Facility- 34900 E. Old U.S. 40 Highway (Between Grain Valley and Oak Grove) 8 am - Noon
October 8 Excelsior Springs with Richmond/Lawson Excelsior Springs Public Works- 103 E. Water St. 8 am - Noon
October 29 Blue Springs Pink Hill Park- 2715 NW Park Dr 8 am - Noon

Independence residents can also use the two permanent household hazardous waste facilities throughout the year.  Identification such as a driver's license or recent utility bill is required.  For more information please visit recyclespot.org or call (816) 701-8226.

 
City of Kansas City, MO facility
4707 Deramus Road (south of the Chouteau Bridge)
(816) 513-8400   www.kcwater.us
City of Lee's Summit facility
2101 SE Hamblen Road (Lee's Summit Resource Recovery Park)
(816) 550-1612    www.LSPDA.com

 


        

The Household Hazardous Waste Program provides an environmentally responsible alternative for disposing of certain wastes.  Proper disposal of household hazardous wastes makes homes safer and reduces health risks. The average home can accumulate as much as 100 pounds of chemical wastes each year from very common household and lawn & garden products such as paint, kitchen and bathroom cleaners, pesticides, weed killers, fertilizers, antifreeze, motor oil, and gasoline.