July 9th, 2014
Regional Council Office
114 West Third, Maryville
If you have questions or want to know more information, feel free to contact Linda Laderoute.
Welcome to the Northwest Missouri Recycling Resource Guide
The Northwest Missouri Recycling Resource Guide is a website designed to help residents and businesses
find answers to their recycling and waste disposal questions.
- Discover local recycling opportunities in your town and then learn what the materials are made into
- Learn the next scheduled collection date for waste tires, hazardous materials or appliances in your county
- Contact your local Solid Waste Planner
- Discover resources and contact people to answer specific questions
Current News (click below for more info)
FY'15 Solid Waste Management District Grant Projects Approved
The FY'15 grant call is closed. Four grant applications have been approved by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Solid Waste Management Program. The successful projects are:
The projects will begin on July 1, 2014. The next grant call will open in February of 2015 for the FY'16 grant cycle. If you have any questions about the Solid Waste Management District grant program, please call Linda at (660) 582-5121 or email email@example.com for more information.
- $13,920.00 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County: Don't Throw it Away, Give It Away - collection containers and a storage shed
- $19,500.00 to Worth County Wood Chipper - chipper for brush to make mulch
- $ 5,129.00 to City of Albany: Make a Scene...Go Green - purchase of trailer to haul recycling
- $17,000.00 to Regional Council for Nodaway and Worth Co. HHW Collections
$50,000 Grant Awarded to Grant City for Track Resurfacing Project
The Solid Waste Management District supported the Grant City application to the MO Department of Natural Resources Solid Waste Management Program, Non-Playground Scrap Tire Surface Material Grant. The application was successful and the $50,000 grant was awarded to Grant City earlier this spring. The track project is scheduled to begin this summer and be completed by the fall. The Solid Waste Management Program approved a local grant of $7,826.62 for the project in the FY'14 grant cycle. The track is an important asset for the community, utilized for both school and community activities.
Recycling Planning Process to Begin
Three communities received their Recycling Plan Tool Kit to begin the recycling plan process. This project is funded by a grant from the USDA Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Solid Waste Management Program. A region wide survey was conducted this winter; reports were distributed and the development of a recycling plan is the next step for communities taking part in the program. To date the cities of Grant City, Hopkins and Pickering have shown interest in the planning process. There is still time for other communities to come on board, the project ends on September 30, 2014.
What do you want to Recycle?