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Electronics and Carpet Recycling

The City's Resource Recovery Park now accepts carpet and electronics for recycling.

Household Hazardous Waste

APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED!!  Up to 100 pounds of HHW are accepted per household, per appointment, per day. 

Environmental Records Request

All environmental records requests should be directed to the Lee's Summit Fire Department via their Contact Us page.

Environmental Services

Holiday Light Strand Recycling Begins

As you and your family prepare for the upcoming holiday season, you may find broken or unwanted holiday light strands among your decorations. Instead of tossing them in the trash, bring them to the City’s holiday light strand recycling drop-off location at the City's North Recycling Center, 1951 NE Douglas St., from Nov. 14, 2014 through Jan. 20, 2015.


Resource Recovery Park Debuts New Mulch Bays

The City of Lee’s Summit’s Resource Recovery Park (RRP), 2101 SE Hamblen Road, recently completed a new customer-friendly structure for finished mulch storage. Stained mulch in three colors (red, black, and brown) is available for purchase for $16 per cubic yard from the RRP by contractors, businesses, and the public.

"Outstanding Collection Program" Award

The City of Lee’s Summit is the proud recipient of the “Outstanding Collection Program” award for RecycleFEST from the Missouri Recycling Association (MORA).

Attention Scout Leaders!

Did you know? The City of Lee's Summit offers tours and activities to help Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts complete steps, electives, and achievements for Journeys and badges.

Compost Discount for LS Residents

For a limited time, Lee's Summit residents can purchase compost from the Lee's Summit Resource Recovery Park (RRP), 2101 SE Hamblen Road, at a 50% discount, which equates to $8.00 per cubic yard.

Public Works Department received Sustainable Practices Award

The Lee's Summit Public Works Department received the Kansas City Metro Chapter of the American Public Works Association's (APWA) Sustainable Practices Award during a luncheon on April 16 at Grand Street Cafe, 4740 Grand Avenue, Kansas City, MO.

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