Trash Tech Might Save Suburbs From Upcoming Kansas City Landfill

This town is getting ready to drop a stink bomb to the East and small towns are scrambling to stop it.

This new idea might help their struggle . . .

The city of Raymore has recently led an effort to garner opposition to a proposed landfill on roughly 960 acres just north of East 155th Street between 150 Highway and from Southwest Peterson Road on the west to Horridge Road on the east.

City leaders from Grandview and Lee’s Summit have also unanimously passed resolutions against any potential landfill.

Raptor Recycle and Transfer co-founder Kit Starr says Raptor can alleviate the need for a new landfill as it transfers 500 tons of trash from all over the metro daily, with a capacity for thousands more.

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Grandview waste transfer station proposes alternative to landfill

A Grandview business owner has entered the conversation surrounding a controversial proposed landfill site in South Kansas City.Raptor Recycle and Transfer co-founder Kit Starr says his waste transfer station at 11901 S U.S.