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Paper Shredding Event

Saturday, September 20th at Blue Springs City Hall from 9 a.m. to Noon (or until the truck is full).  Bring up to four (4) paper grocery bags full of sensitive documents to be shred on-site.  For more information click here.


Pink Hill Park Recycling Center
Pink Hill Park Recycling Center is located at 2725 NW Park Rd, Blue Springs, Mo. For more information, call the Community Development Department at (816) 220-4504.

The center accepts common recyclables such as glass, plastic, aluminum, tin cans, paper and cardboard materials. 

• Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
• Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, click here
For a copy of the latest edition of our Recycling Newsletter, click here.

Recycling Resources
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Curbside recycling services are not available in Blue Springs. However, the City does participate in several regional programs aimed at the reduction and proper disposal of waste of all types. These programs or organizations include:

View more information on Blue Springs Recycling and Solid Waste Disposal

Recycling at Work
Give your business a competitive edge and reduce your bottom line by implementing waste reduction practices at work.  Click here to learn how to implement your own "green" program at work and for helpful tips and resources. 

Glass Recycling
Glass food and beverage container recycling is available at Price Chopper North (1305 NW 7 Hwy., Blue Springs) in the large purple recycling bin.  Go to for additional recycling locations and information.  

Containers should be rinsed but labels do not need to be removed.  Glass does not need to be sorted by color.  Plate glass and dishes such as pyrex glass cannot be accepted. 
Price Chopper sells in-home glass collection recycling bins for $4.99.  This makes it easier for you to collect and transport glass containers to your preferred glass recycling collection location.

Sustainable Solid Waste Management
Are you already a responsible recycler?  Help the Kansas City region reach our goal to divert 80 percent of waste disposed in landfills by 2023 goal by participating in other sustainable activities, including composting, buying recycled products, reusing products and reducing or preventing waste.  Click here  to learn how to go beyond recycling at your home.  

Click here  for more information about sustainable solid waste management systems and its rewards.

City of Blue Springs
903 West Main Street
Blue Springs, MO 64015

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