Hazardous Waste Program

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Hazardous Waste Program Fee Stakeholder Workgroup

Conduct a comprehensive
review of the Hazardous Waste
Fee Structure and develop
proposed changes.

Learn more...

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Electronics Recycling

Information on how and
where to recycle and links
to Missouri's Electronics
Scrap Management Rule.


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Long-Term Stewardship

the maintenance of residual
contamination at sites to
protect human and environmental


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Route 66 Historic Highway Project

Working with communities along
Historic Route 66 to provide
assessment of abandoned gasoline
stations for pertroleum contamination.


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The goal of the Hazardous Waste Program is to protect human health and the environment from threats posed by hazardous waste. The program does the following to accomplish this goal:

Meet the Hazardous Waste Program Director

Looking for information on E-scrap? Check out our Web page with details specific for manufacturers, retailers, consumers and recyclers. Computer manufacturers who sell computers and computer accessories in Missouri must have a department approved recovery plan that specifies how the products will be freely and conveniently collected from consumers and recycled or reused.

Interested in reviewing and improving hazardous waste methods and regulations?  Visit Hazardous Waste Forum to learn more.

For more information on Hazardous Waste Program fees and stakeholder efforts visit the Hazardous Waste Program Fee Stakeholder Workgroup page.

Missouri Risk-Based Corrective Action, or MRBCA, guidance documents

Hazardous Waste Operating Sections

Picture of an underground storage tank.Each section has an important role in the protection of Missouri's natural resources from hazardous waste contamination.  For more information, call the Hazardous Waste Program at 573-751-3176.