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1290 S. Marietta St.
Excelsior Springs, MO 64024
At the City's recycle drop-off site we will receive the following items Monday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.:
Corrugated cardboard, paperboard or chipboard, carrier stock (cardboard soft drink and beer boxes)
| Steel and bi-metal cans, rinsed
Newspaper, magazines, advertising inserts, phone books, junk mail, catalogs, and office paper.
Plastics #1 and #2 with a neck
Scrap metals such as appliances PLEASE NOTE: All CFC's must be removed from freezers and refrigerators before being recycled.
Things you cannot recycle at the drop-off site:
Household hazardous waste - oil containers, automotive product bottles, paint containers and batteries
Coated containers like juice boxes
Dishwashers, electronics, toilets, furniture or microwaves
We do not accept household hazardous materials such as paint, batteries, oil or any other toxic chemical. These can be recycled at the Kansas City Collection Center located at 4707 Deramus St., KCMO 64120 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. No appointment necessary! Also, Lee's Summit Facility by appointment only, 816-969-1805, is open the first Saturday of the month,April through November. Open every third Wednesday for the year for antifreeze, batteries, oil and paint ONLY. 100 pound per limit visit. This is free to all residents of Excelsior Springs.
The City of Excelsior Springs is a member of the Regional Household Hazardous Waste Program, a service coordinated by the MARC Solid Waste Management District. Residents have year round access to the safe disposal of unwanted products such as paint, lawn and garden chemicals, automotive fluids, batteries, fluorescent bulbs and housecleaners. Business waste is NOT accepted. Residents can access the permanent facilities in Lee's Summit and Kansas City and can also attend any of the mobile events scheduled April through October. In 2015 nearby events are in Kearney on June 27 and Richmond on August 29. For more information, please visit the website and click on the "HHW" tab, or call 816-701-8226.
2015 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Schedule
Safe Alternatives to Common Household Chemicals brochure
What to do about electronics?
The solution is E-Cycle Missouri, a tiered voluntary program through the Department of Natural Resources. The US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that more than 2 million tons of computers and other electronics are disposed of each year. Currently only about 20 percent of these materials are being recycled. Please visit Dept. of Natural Resources website or call (573) 751-3176 or 1-800-361-4827.
What you can recycle:
Computers - CPUs, monitors, keyboards and mice
You may also contact electronic retailers in your community to find out if they have a take-back program. Visit the manufacturer's website to find out if they participate in a take-back program.
The recycling drop-off site was construced with grant monies received from the Department of Natural Resources and Mid-America Regional Council Solid Waste Management District. With this grant the City constructed a new concerete site for parking and unloading of recyclables, the building itself and the fence, pictured above.