Department staff in level A hazardous materials suits with SCBA respirators sampling a 55-gallon metal drum

The Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Commission was established by the Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 260.365, RSMo, in 1977. The commission promotes hazardous waste recycling, reuse and reduction; adopts, modifies and repeals rules and regulations to implement and enforce the Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Law; holds hearings on rules, complaints and permit appeals; and grant individual variances. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Environmental Remediation Program and Waste Management Program assists the commission in its duties.

Upcoming Meetings

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Past Meetings


Meeting
East Elm Street Conference Center
Jefferson City, Missouri
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Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri

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Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet, June 30, 2021

Meeting
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Statewide, Missouri
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Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet, March 18, 2021
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Meeting
Conference Call
Statewide, Missouri

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Meeting
Conference Call
Statewide, Missouri
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Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet, Sept. 17, 2020

Hearing
Conference Call
Statewide, Missouri
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Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet, Aug. 7, 2020
Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Public Hearing Transcript, Aug. 7, 2020

Meeting
Conference Call
Statewide, Missouri

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Meeting
East Elm Street Conference Center
Jefferson City, Missouri

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Additional Materials:
Hazardous Waste Management Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet, March 19, 2020

Members

Andrea J. Farr
Chair
Representing: Waste Generating Industry
Party Affiliation: Republican
Hannibal, MO
Mark E. Jordan
Vice-Chair
Representing: Retail Petroleum Industry
Party Affiliation: Republican
Wildwood, MO
James "Jamie" T. Frakes
Member
Representing: Agriculture
Party Affiliation: Republican
Portageville, MO
Kevin T. Kamp
Member
Representing: Waste Management Industry
Party Affiliation: Independent
St. Charles, MO
Adam Nanney
Member
Representing: Public
Party Affiliation: Independent
Holts Summit, MO
Daniel B. Oerther
Member
Representing: Public
Party Affiliation: Republican
Rolla, MO
Vacant
Member
Representing: Public
Richard Groeneman
Attorney General's Office Contact
Missouri Attorney General's Office
PO Box 899
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-3640
John D. Jurgensmeyer, Environmental Remediation Program Director
MoDNR Staff Contact
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-2747
Chris Nagel, Waste Management Program Director
MoDNR Staff Contact
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-526-3900
Debra Dobson
MoDNR Staff Assistant Contact
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-2747
debra.dobson@dnr.mo.gov

Responsibilities

The Hazardous Waste Management Co mission encourages efforts to recycle, incinerate, properly dispose of or otherwise treat hazardous waste. The commission is responsible for categorizing hazardous waste by disposal method and determines fees to be paid by owners or operators of hazardous waste facilities that must obtain a permit. The commission establishes regulations for the generation, transportation, treatment, storage, cleanup and disposal of hazardous waste and hazardous substances, as well as for the operation and cleanup of petroleum underground storage tanks. The commission also hears appeals and rules on requests for variances.

All members represent the general interest of the public and have an interest in and knowledge of waste management and the effects of improper waste management on the health of the public and the environment.

Learn more about the Laws, Rules and Regulations.