KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Household trash can be difficult to get rid of. What do you do with a musty mattress? Hazardous waste? That old hand-me-down TV you’ve had since college?
This weekend, Kansas City, Missouri, is offering its residents a way to dispose of these odd items.
Saturday, May 18, KCMO is holding a “Hard to Recycle Collection Event” from 8 a.m. to noon at 1320 E Truman Rd.
That’s across the street from Manual Tech High School.
The city advised some trash will cost money to drop off, and the event is cash-only.
KCMO is accepting a myriad of items at this event, including:
- Waste Tires
- Bulky Items
- Leaf and Brush
- Hazardous Waste
- Recyclable Glass
- Paper Documents that need shredded
- Electronics/Freon, including CRT monitors ($5), CRT TVs 26″ or less ($30), CRT TVs 27″ or more ($50), wood console and true big screen/projection TVs ($50), LED/LCD/plasma TVs ($20), and any freon-containing unit ($10)