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Environmental Resources

Bulky Waste Coupons Are Back

Sedgwick County again will help residents dispose of bulky waste by offering a coupon covering the cost to dump up to 1,000 pounds; loads exceeding this limit are accepted, but will be subject to fees.

An online request form will be available beginning July 14, or residents may request a coupon by calling 660-9110.  Residents must be prepared to present their name and address online or over the phone.  The coupons will be mailed within one week of request and must be used by November 5, 2014.

Residents are first encouraged to reuse or recycle bulky waste if possible.  A guide to recycling in Sedgwick County is also available here

Only residents of Sedgwick County are eligible for the coupons and must be prepared to haul the trash.  Bulky waste may include:

  • Furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Rugs and carpets
  • Countertops, toilets, vanities, showers and bathtubs
  • Large appliances that do not contain refrigerant, such as stoves, dishwashers, washers and dryers
  • Console televisions and large televisions
  • Swing sets
  • Tree limbs

What is not accepted?

  • Tires
  • Appliances containing refrigerant
  • Liquids
  • Hazardous materials
  • Commercially generated construction and demolition material

The following locations will accept the coupons:

  • Waste Connections Transfer Station, 4300 W. 37th St. N., 941-4320
  • Waste Disposal LLC Transfer Station, 5550 W. 55th St. S., 522-3633

Video Guide to Trash and Recycling in Sedgwick County

Trash and recycling options vary from place to place. If you're new to Sedgwick County and want to order trash service, or if you're a seasoned resident who would like to know more about your recycling options, watch this video about trash and recycling in Sedgwick County.

Ozone Reduction Tips

Follow these tips to help reduce ozone.

  • Drive less.  Instead, use mass transit, carpool, bike or walk.
  • Tune up your vehicle and properly inflate your tires.
  • Refuel after 6 p.m. and don't top off your gas tank. Stop at the click.
  • Mow your lawn after 6 p.m. and use a no-spill gas can.
  • Better yet, use an electric or push mower.
  • Avoid lighter fluid when barbecuing.
  • Become more energy efficient. Use compact fluorescent light bulbs and turn the air conditioner up a few degrees.

Watch a short video about ozone and the small changes you can make to help reduce it.

Get tips to reduce ozone in Sedgwick County - printable flier.