Feel free to visit our department publications page to order any of the following publications not available here. For local information contact your Solid Waste Management District.

Fact Sheets, Brochures, Technical Bulletins and Guidance Documents - Listed alphabetically by name

Fact Sheets, Brochures, Technical Bulletins and Guidance Documents - Listed by subject

Composting and Worms


Enforcement Infectious Waste Management and Disposal

Infectious Waste Links

List of Infectious Waste Facilities
List of Licensed Infectious Waste Transporters in Missouri
Missouri Department of Transportation's Hazardous (Infectious) Waste Transporter's License

Market Development

Permitted Facilities


Landfill Information Links
Demolition Landfills
Sanitary Landfills
Special Waste/Utility Waste Landfills

Transfer Stations/Processing Facilities

Transfer Stations/Processing Facilities Information Links
Composting Facilities
Infectious Waste
Resource Recovery Facilities
Transfer Stations

Recycling and Beneficial Use

Scrap Tires

Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB)

Solid Waste Advisory Board Members List
Solid Waste Advisory Board Minutes

Solid Waste Management Districts - General Information

  • District Map
  • Model Plan Guidelines for Comprehensive Solid Waste Management (Free to districts, cities and counties), Booklet--PUB193
    Hard Copy Price $85 - To order this publication, contact the department's Solid Waste Management Program's Planning Unit at 800-361-4827 or 573-751-5401
  • Planners List

Solid Waste Management Districts - Grants

Studies and Reports

Missouri Solid Waste Management Plan
The department’s Solid Waste Management Program is charged with a number of duties and responsibilities to help ensure that solid waste is managed in a way that protects both public health and the environment.  Development of the Missouri Solid Waste Management Plan is one of these responsibilities and the final document represents the culmination of a multi-year planning process.

Solid waste is an issue affecting all Missourians.  A comprehensive plan should include viewpoints from a broad range of stakeholders.  To develop the draft plan the department held a series of meetings with a large number of stakeholders, representing private citizens, business and industry, and state and local government.  These individuals created the vision for managing solid waste for the next 25 years.  Through their efforts, a number of objectives and strategies are proposed to help all Missourians manage waste as a resource and use disposal methods that are protective of human health and the environment.

The plan is presented below in several files to make downloading more efficient.  The first file contains the plan’s introduction, vision statement, goals and objectives and strategies.  The remaining files represent documents in the plan’s appendices.

Waste Management

Waste Reduction