Schedule an appointment to drop off unwanted household chemicals for free. We recycle paint and properly dispose of lawn chemicals, cleaning supplies, automotive products and much more. Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste facility is open year round by appoinment only and is free to Johnson County residents.
By Appointment Only:
Schedule or modify an appointment
Note: There is no charge to use this drop off service. Johnson County residents only.
If you have questions about our HHW program call 913-715-6907.
5901 Jim Bills Road, Mission, KS 66203
Just off Foxridge Dr. and Lamar
Located within the Nelson Wastewater Treatment Plant
Press the white call button to enter through the gate.
NOTE: The City of Olathe Household Hazardous Waste Facillity currently accepts items from all Johnson County residents. This may be a more convenient option if you live in southern Johnson County.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00am - 3:00pm
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Mobile pickup is available to homebound residents. Call 913-715-6907 for more information.
Shop for free at our FREE Store where you can find all sorts of good quality usable products for your next project or household need. And did we mention they are FREE. Items include but not limited to: oil, household cleaners, stains, and car care products.
Re-Blended Paint for Sale: We sell quality re-blended latex paint in 5 gallon buckets. For more information.
IMPORTANT!! There will continue to be NO CHARGE to drop off latex paint for recycling or for all other items from our FREE Store. These changes only apply to the recycled paint we redistribute.
For more information check out our electronics page.
Oil based paint and stains
Used motor oil (No Transformer Oil)
Gasoline and other solvents
Paint thinner and solvents
Lead acid/Car batteries
Tires (4 per customer)
Fluorescent bulbs and tubes
Pesticides, herbicides, and lawn care items
Propane (25 lb. max)
Arts and crafts items
Business and Non-Household Waste
We also accept waste from businesses, churches, and schools. Interested parties must apply and disposal fees will be assesed based on the type of chemical and current disposal methods. For more information.