A railcar sitting in front of the above ground tank farm at Nexeo Solutions

Both the department and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are responsible for regulating and overseeing various activities at facilities that treat, store or dispose hazardous waste in Missouri. For information about facilities that generate or store hazardous waste for less than 90 days, visit the department's Hazardous Waste Generator Lists webpage. For information about companies that only transport hazardous waste, visit the department's Hazardous Waste and Infectious Waste Transporters webpage. For information about investigation or cleanup activities at uncontrolled or abandoned hazardous waste contaminated sites, visit the department's Superfund webpage. The information here pertains to the following hazardous waste facilities:

  • Operating facilities that actively treat, store (for more than 90 days) or dispose hazardous waste
  • Facilities that stopped managing hazardous waste and are closing those operations
  • Facilities where closure activities are complete in a specific area of the property, but oversight is needed for monitoring and maintenance activities (post-closure activities) in areas where hazardous waste remained in place after closure, such as hazardous waste landfills or surface impoundments
  • Facilities where investigation or cleanup activities (corrective action) are being performed for hazardous waste releases resulting from present or past hazardous waste handling practices
  • Facilities where investigation and cleanup activities are complete, but oversight is needed to make sure any required activity or use limitations placed on the property are followed (long-term stewardship)

Listed below are facilities that currently treat, store (for more than 90 days) or dispose hazardous waste in Missouri, or did so in the past, and the department is providing oversight for any of the activities listed above. You can “click” on the facility’s name for more information about the facility and the hazardous waste permits, administrative orders, court orders or other regulatory agreement(s) the facility is regulated under. These facilities are also included in the department's Environmental Site Tracking and Research Tool (E-Start) interactive map, which allows users to access information about site investigations and cleanups, as well as certain regulated sites within a specific community or area. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Envirofacts database includes similar information, but for facilities EPA is providing oversight and facilities that no longer require oversight. Envirofacts provides information about environmental activities that may affect air, water or land anywhere in the United States.

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Facility EPA ID Facility Physical Address
3M Co. - Columbia MOD054950670

5400 N. Route B
Columbia, MO 65202-9348
United States

3M Co. - Nevada MOD057894321

2120 E. Austin Blvd.
Nevada, MO 64772-4211
United States

AGCO MFG Group MOD029796331

627 S. Cottage St.
Independence, MO 64050-4339
United States

AK Steel Corp. (former) MOD007118029

7000 Winner Road
Kansas City, MO 64125-1416
United States

Alcolac Inc. MOD084093368

24732 Randall Road
Sedalia, MO 65301-0358
United States

Alstom Signaling Operations LLC MOD000298398

2712 S. Dillingham Road
Grain Valley, MO 64029-7200
United States

B H S Inc. MOD068521228

1251 Muenz Road
Wright City, MO 63390-4328
United States

Bannister Complex MO9890010524

1500-2012 E. Bannister Road
Kansas City, MO 64131
United States

BASF Corp. Hannibal Plant MOD050226075

315 Highway JJ
Palmyra, MO 63461-2611
United States

Bayer CropScience LP MOD056389828

8400 Hawthorn Road
Kansas City, MO 64120
United States