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Environment

  • Companies that are subject to air quality regulations under the Clean Air Act have their operations reviewed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Johnson County Health and Environment conducts unannounced inspections at these facilities to determine compliance with air regulations and permits. 

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  • Johnson County is part of a regional air quality monitoring program for Kansas City. There are two current monitoring locations located at Heritage Park. One monitor is for particulate matter and the other is for ozone.

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  • The Commercial/Industrial On-Site Program issues permits to install and operate non-residential septic systems where property owners are not served by a public wastewater collection system.

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  • Request an environmental history for a Johnson County property from the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment.

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  • Report issues, concerns and complaints to the Johnson County Environmental Division concerning air quality, illegal dumping, public swimming pools and spas, septic systems, solid waste, water quality and other matters. 

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  • This page houses all of the forms and fees for Air Quality, Hazardous Materials, Rabies Control, Records Requests, Septic Systems and Pools and Solid Waste.

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  • Stop by the FREE Store at the Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Recycled products include stain and paint, household cleaners, automotive, arts and crafts and more.

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  • The Green Business Program is a voluntary recognition and assistance program, which aims to work with businesses, schools, places of worship, and other commercial entities to reduce waste and improve sustainability. Qualifying partners can also be recognized as a Johnson County Certified Green Business. 

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  • Johnson County residents can safely dispose of their old or unwanted paint, stain, yard chemicals and other household hazardous waste by appointment only at the Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste facility.

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  • Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) enforces the state air quality regulations on open burning. These regulations are designed to protect human health and the environment. JCDHE issues open burning exemptions in accordance with these regulations when prudent and necessary. 

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  • The established "ozone season" for the Kansas City region is April 1 through October 31. Five counties in two states work together along with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to monitor and evaluate sources of air pollution and work to decrease it.

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  • Purchase high quality latex paint in five gallon buckets. Paint from Johnson County homes is collected at our Household Hazardous Waste facility and re-blended on site.

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  • Apply for a resale inspection performed by a Johnson County Department of Health and Environment environmental health specialist to determine the functional status of a private sewage treatment system. 

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  • Businesses and organizations such as churches, schools, government agencies, and non-profit groups, can use our Small Quantity Generator disposal program.

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  • Johnson County Department of Health and Environment staff provide free waste diversion assistance and sustainability consulting to businesses, schools, restaurants and other commercial entities. Qualifying organizations may be eligible to receive up to $500 in supplies to assist in waste reduction efforts. 

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  • Report issues, concerns and complaints to the Johnson County Environmental Division concerning air quality, illegal dumping, public swimming pools and spas, septic systems, solid waste, water quality and other matters.

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