Ripple Glass hosts a purple dumpster in the Mission Hy-Vee parking lot. Ripple Glass accepts all colors of food and beverage glass (labels can stay on). For more information, go to RippleGlass.com.
Household Hazardous Material Recycling
The Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste facility located in Mission off of I-35 and Lamar is now closed. The new facility is located at 11231 Mastin St. in Overland Park. All of the same materials will be accepted, paint can be purchased through the re-blended paint program, and the Free Store will still have usable items “free” to the public. Schedule a drop-off appointment here.
There are several options for recycling electronics – anything with a cord or batteries. Find electronic recycling options here.
Household Battery Recycling
The Mission Sustainability Commission hosts battery recycling. Click here for more information.
You can keep your food waste out of the landfill by composting them in your own yard or in a vermicompost bin. Several local companies offer curbside composting services.
Disposal of Unique Items
Have an item you’re not sure how to dispose of? To view a list of vendors who accept unique items, head to RecycleSpot.org and enter the name of your item and location.
City of Mission
6090 Woodson Street
Mission, KS 66202
8:00 AM-5:00 PM