New Household Waste Collection and Reuse facility open in Overland Park

Tan storefront of new Household Hazardous Waste Facility

Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is pleased to announce that the new Johnson County Household Waste Collection and Reuse facility (also known as Household Hazardous Waste) is now open.

The location is 11231 Mastin Street in Overland Park, off College Boulevard. The drop-off location is open to Johnson County residents by appointment only and allows for the safe disposal of unwanted paint, household chemicals, yard waste, and much more. For 30 years the former Household Hazardous Waste facility was in Mission. Residents can expect an enhanced experience with the new location.

The Johnson County facility is open year-round on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

There are two options for scheduling a drop off:

For qualifying disabled or homebound residents, Johnson County offers a mobile collection service. For more information, please call 913-715-6907.

Since its inception, the Johnson County HHW program has collected over 12 million pounds of waste from over 300,000 residents.

Although not available right now, once stock is built up, five-gallon buckets of blended latex paint will be available for purchase. Residents can also shop in the Free Store, once stock is built up, where usable products such as stain, household cleaners, car care products, etc. are free to the public.

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