2625 S. Tyler
Wichita, KS 67215
Contact Environmental Resources
The HHW Facility is a place Sedgwick County residents
can dispose of old chemicals and household hazardous
waste free of charge. It offers a way to get rid of old
chemicals and materials to help prevent them from
getting into the waste stream and polluting the
801 StillwellWichita, KS 67213(316) 660-7458South of Kellogg off of Seneca (at the corner of Osage and Stillwell)
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Friday9 a.m. to 3 p.m. SaturdaysCLOSED SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
We will accept almost all chemical items from a residential
house, such as: paint, aerosols, batteries, used oil, gasoline, antifreeze,
pesticides, herbicides, garden chemicals, household cleaners, fluorescent bulbs,
propane, and old, unwanted medication (no controlled substances).
Any resident of Sedgwick County can bring their left
over or unused hazardous waste materials to the facility.
We strongly discourage this idea. Any individual that
transports household hazardous waste for another party assumes all liability
during the transport. State and federal laws allow individuals to
transport their own products. Parties that transport household hazardous
waste for other people must have a permit from the Kansas Department of Health
and Environmental and the Environmental Protection Agency to be in full
compliance with state and federal laws.
Businesses generating less than 55 pounds a month of hazardous waste
are eligible to use the Small Quantity Generator program at the
Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Call 660-7464 for more
We have a Swap-&-Shop where residents can take selected materials home for free. Some materials that might be found in
the Swap-&-Shop are paint, fertilizers, aerosols, and household
The city of Wichita used to operate a facility at 2305 E 57
S., but Sedgwick County took over responsibilities for household
hazardous waste disposal in 2002. The facility in south
Wichita closed when the new HHW facility opened.
Call the Sedgwick County Household Hazardous Waste
Facility at (316) 660-7464.
Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.
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