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816 969-1800
Environment

Resource Recovery Park (RRP)

 

Landfill

The landfill is located at the City's Resource Recovery Park, 2101 SE Hamblen Road (64082). See map.

CLOSED:  Dec. 25, 2013 & Jan. 1, 2014

Hours:  Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.


Materials Accepted:

  • Municipal solid waste
  • Demolition and construction waste
  • Large brush and wood waste

NOTE:  Residential trash pickup is provided by licensed private solid waste haulers.  For more information on residential trash service, visit the Residential Trash page.


Trash Fees:

By the cubic yard (yd3):                            $12.10 / yd3**
By the ton (1 ton vehicle and larger):     $36.32 / ton
Minimum charge:                                     $6.05 (1/2 yd3)

**For vehicles smaller than 1 ton, price is estimated by the cubic yard.  Trucks, load sizes, and materials within loads vary from trip to trip.  Therefore, because the size of a load is estimated by the scalehouse attendant (for vehicles smaller than 1 ton), the cost may vary from one load to the next.

The formula for calculating a cubic yard is:  Length (feet) x Width (feet) x Height (feet) / 27


LARGE VOLUME DISCOUNTS: 

Users who deposit at least 676 tons of acceptable solid waste in a given month are eligible for a 10% discount on the monthly tipping fee for that month.  

Users who deposit more than 1,200 tons of acceptable solid waste in a given month are eligible for a 12% discount on the monthly tipping feefor that month, provided; however, that no user may deposit nore than 2,000 tons of solid waste in any given month, unless the average daily tonnage is equal to or below 350 tons per day.


Other Fees and Charges:
 

MATERIALS ACCEPTED PRICE - RESIDENT
(individual residence)  
PRICE - NON-RESIDENT / COMMERCIAL
Tires* $7.50 each (regular)
$10.75 each (large truck)
$7.50 each (regular)
$10.75 each (large truck)
Appliances* (washer, stove, etc.) $15.00 each $15.00 each
Vehicle Batteries*, all types $7.50 each $7.50 each
Concrete, Brick, & Block*
(NO wire mesh or rebar)
$3.00 / yd3 $3.00 / yd3
Asphalt Shingles* (clean, separate) $36.32 / ton $36.32 / ton
Carpet and associated pad*
(NO: carpet tiles or carpet with
rubber or plastic backing)
$10.00 / yd3

 
$10.00 / yd3

 
Electronics* (refer to the
Electronics Recycling page for details)

$10.00 / yd3

 

$10.00 / yd3

 

Yard Waste* (grass and leaves) $4.05 / yd3 or $0.75 / bag $9.38 / yd3 or $1.50 / bag
Brush* $5.25 / yd3 $13.75 / yd3
Clean Lumber* $8.50 / yd3 or $16.95 / ton $8.50 / yd3 or $16.95 / ton
 
Holiday Tree* $1.00 each $1.00 each
Uncovered / Unsecured loads $15.00 / load in addition to any applicable disposal fees
Banned items hidden in loads $10.00 / item in addition to any applicable disposal fees

*items are recycled or otherwise diverted from the landfill. 

 NOTE:  Proof of residency will be required.

MATERIALS FOR SALE PRICE

Compost

**LIMITED TIME**  LS residents receive 50% discount

$8.00 / half yd3 or $2.00 / bag

**$4.00 / half yd3 or $1.00 / bag**

Unstained, Plain Wood Mulch (from trees) $3.00 / yd3
Stained and Unstained Wood Mulch (from clean lumber)  $8.00 / half yd3
Gravel (depending on availability) $5.00 / yd3
 NOTE:  Bulk purchases of compost and mulch are eligible for a discount. 

   


For more information, call the Resource Recovery Park hotline at 969-1980.


Long-Term Solid Waste Planning

In 2006, the Lee's Summit City Council created a Solid Waste Management Task Force to analyze issues associated with the impending closure of the landfill, currently estimated to occur in 2017 / 2018. The task force, comprised of citizens, business representatives and industry leaders, met monthly to research the issue and develop a recommendation for the City Council. With the help of SCS Engineers, a Solid Waste Management Plan was developed.

In September 2006, the Solid Waste Task Force presented the plan to the City Council, who referred the matter to the Public Works Committee for additional discussion and action. If you have any questions about the report, please call the Public Works Department at 969-1800.