The City of Lebanon would like to inform our residents that, due to grant reductions, effective December 31st, the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) program will be discontinued at our public works facility. We understand that this program has been valuable to our community, and we want to express our gratitude for your participation over the years.
While the HHW program is ending, residents do have alternative options available to ensure the responsible disposal of hazardous materials. Residents can contact the Lake Area Solid Waste Management District at (573) 723-0079 to locate an HHW collection center near them, ensuring that these materials are handled safely and in an environmentally friendly manner.
The city remains committed to providing sustainable waste management solutions. We will continue to accept yard waste, including grass clippings, leaves, limbs, and brush at the Lebanon Public Works facility located on West Commercial. Additionally, our community can still drop off plastics #1 & #2, cardboard, aluminum cans, metal cans, scrap metal, and metal.
To make the transition smoother, here are some alternatives for specific items:
- O’Reilly Auto - Lebanon (701 S. Jefferson) can assist with batteries and used oil. Contact them at (417) 532-3188.
- Sawyer Tires - Lebanon (1410 S. Jefferson) offers tire disposal at $3 per tire, with a limit of 3-4 tires per visit. Contact them at (417) 991-3590.
- Autozone - Lebanon (815 S. Jefferson) accepts used oil (5 gallons per person per visit), used filters, batteries, and tires. Contact them at (417) 588-5887.
- Hillcrest Education Center (301 Hoover) is available for the disposal of computers, TV's, and all corded and/or battery-operated devices. Contact them at (417) 657-6008.
- Light Bulbs: Lowes Lebanon (190 Hwy. 32) can assist with light bulb disposal. Contact them at (417) 588-6970.
We understand the importance of maintaining a clean and sustainable environment for our community, and we are committed to providing the necessary resources and information for proper waste disposal. Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to working together to ensure a cleaner and safer Lebanon.
For more information, please contact Melissa Richardson at (417) 532-2345 or Kelly Roberts at (417) 991-3901.