City of Liberal Recipient of Solid Waste Reduction Grant

Joe Denoyer - July 7, 2020 5:02 pm


12 individual grants distributed to recipients across Kansas


TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s (KDHE) Bureau of Waste Management has announced the recipients of solid waste reduction grants. These annual solid waste grants are awarded to cities, counties and private entities across the state. The grants total nearly $190,000 for 2021 and establish recycling, composting and education programs that will divert recyclable material from landfills.

The Solid Waste reduction grants go toward funding waste reduction education, recycling and composting. This year’s 12 individual solid waste reduction grants range from $1,414.16 to $56,250. The grants are funded through a $1/ton waste disposal fee. The grantees are listed below. For information about their projects and dollar amounts awarded, please visit our website.

  • Century Van Lines, Leavenworth County
  • Food Cycle KC P1, Johnson County
  • Food Cycle KC P2, Johnson County
  • Food Cycle KC P4, Johnson County
  • Unified Greeley County, Greeley County
  • Harvey County, Harvey County
  • Leavenworth County, Leavenworth County
  • City of Liberal, Seward County
  • M&M Textile Recycling, Johnson County
  • City of Oakley, Logan County
  • Service Recycling, Cherokee and SE Kansas
  • Missouri Organic Recycling, Kansas City – serving statewide

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