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Habitat for Humanity KC ReStore and area recyclers to team with Chiefs for recycling drive

To help launch the organization’s sustainability initiative, Extra Yard for the Environment, the Chiefs are hosting a community-wide recycling drive at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday, April 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Stadium Parking Lots B and C. Serving as a kickoff for Earth Day on Monday, April 22, Habitat for Humanity Kansas City ReStore will join the Chiefs, along with a number of other local vendors to help facilitate the most encompassing one-stop recycling opportunity for metro-area residents.

Individuals are encouraged to preview the list of participating vendors below and the items they will be accepting to see how they can take full advantage of this recycling opportunity. All recycling, with the exception of noted electronics recycling, is free of charge.

*Note: If you have many items to recycle with multiple vendors, please pack your vehicles using the below list as your guide. Items for Vintage Tech Recyclers should be packed into your vehicles first as they will be the last recycling stop. Likewise, if you have non-perishable food donations for Harvesters, please pack those last as they will be the first collection point at the recycling drive.


1.     Vintage Tech Recyclers

     *Note: there is a $15 charge for tube televisions and a $25 charge for DLP and wooden console televisions.

2.     Goodwill

3.     Allied Waste Services

4.     Langley Recycling, Inc.

5.     Habitat for Humanity Kansas City ReStore

6.     Harvesters

7.     Missouri Organic (Informational Only)

8.     United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 (Informational Only)

For more information on the recycling event, including maps and diagrams, as well as more information about Chiefs Extra Yard for the Environment and participating community recycling allies, please visit

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