Due to the pandemic, disposal sites may be temporarily closed or altered their hours. We recommend calling or visiting the program website.
Sharps that retract after use, or are very small, should be disposed of like all other sharps.
If you would like to bring your sealed container to a community sharps disposal program, there are drop-off locations in Harvey County, Labette County, Leavenworth County, Osborne County, Phillips County, Riley County, Seward County, Sherman County and Shawnee County.
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Please note that SafeNeedleDisposal.org is not affiliated with these facilities or programs. Contact the individual facility to confirm hours of operation and requirements.
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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued the following guidelines for household-generated sharps: Click Here to Open