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Trash in Sedgwick County

The following businesses are licensed to haul waste in Sedgwick County.

Company

Address

City

State

Zip

Phone

Allen and Sons Waste Service      4521 S. Broadway Wichita KS 67277 316-558-8050

Ballinger Trash Service

405 N Baehr

Wichita

KS

67212

316-943-7910

Best Value Services, LLC

200 W Douglas Ste 608

Wichita

KS

67202

316-440-1048

Chadwick’s Trash Service

2858 N Vassar St.

Wichita

KS

67220

316-684-7562

Eagle Trash Service

P. O. Box 129

Sedgwick

KS

67135

316-796-1505

Los Llanos Trash Service

1106 N Waco

Wichita

KS

67203

316-409-1392

M & M Trash Service

2756 S. West St

Wichita

KS

67217

316-545-8181

John H. McCray Sanitation, Inc.

5550 E. 38th St. N.

Wichita

KS

67220

316-744-0671

M.T. McCray Sanitation

2310 N Green St

Wichita

KS

67217

316-687-6479

Moran Trash Service

2847 N Arkansas

Wichita

KS

67204

316-831-0047

Waste Connections, Inc.

2745 N Ohio

Wichita

KS

67219

316-838-4920

Waste Link, Inc.

3417 N. Emporia

Wichita

KS

67219

316-838-5475

Waste Management

4330 W 31st St S.

Wichita

KS

67215

316-945-3900

 

In Sedgwick County, discarded material is taken to one of two transfer stations. Here the trash is dumped onto a concrete floor, then loaded into specially designed semi-trailers. These trailers take the trash to the Plumb Thicket Landfill in Harper County.

Solid waste, or municipal solid waste (MSW), includes more than trash. The construction or the demolition of homes, commercial buildings, roads and highways produces waste that is called construction and demolition (C&D) debris. In 2001, Sedgwick County banned commercially generated C&D debris from the transfer stations. This waste is taken to a C&D landfill. There are two C&D landfills in Sedgwick County.

MSW also includes wood waste, yard waste and household hazardous waste. Household hazardous waste is the term given to the chemicals we use at our homes such as paint and paint products, automobile fluids, garden chemicals, and cleaners. MSW includes household and business recyclables.

Wood and yard waste can be taken to composting sites.  Household hazardous waste can be taken to the Sedgwick County Household Hazardous Waste Facility for proper disposal. Recyclable materials are picked up or taken to drop-off locations.

Information on the volumes of trash generated in Sedgwick County can be found in the Solid Waste Plan.

What can be done to decrease our trash?

  • Mulch mow

  • Compost yard waste

  • Recycle newspapers, magazines and catalogs, plastic bottles, tin and aluminum cans, and cardboard boxes

  • Take old paint, garden chemicals, and automobile fluids to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility

  • Donate usable items to a charity

  • Buy items with the least amount of packaging


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