For several years the City of Lebanon has been providing household hazardous waste disposal for residents of Laclede, Camden and Miller County, providing matching funds to a grant from District T. That service may be moving out of Laclede County to another community at the beginning of 2023. City Administrator Mike Schumacher tells Regional Radio News they
expect it to move over the next few years….
Schumacher said the City of Lebanon is going to dedicate some of that money to neighborhood clean-ups with the Level Up Lebanon Project…..
The latest DNR matching grant from Region T to Lebanon was $ 78 hundred. Until the move, the City still offers Household Hazardous Waste disposal at no cost to residents of Camden, Miller, and Laclede County. The HHW facility is located at Lebanon Public Works.