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State Surplus Property Program

Local Disposal

Local Disposal Guidance

Agencies may request local disposal authorization from Missouri State Agency for Surplus Property (MOSASP) on items that they determine to have minimal transfer or sale value. Items that should be considered for local disposal include damaged wood furniture; broken, torn, or wet stuffed couches and chairs; mattresses; potentially hazardous material; furniture manufactured with particle board; etc. 

In the MOREuse system, if you've been granted local disposal, see the Local Disposal Guidance document above to dispose of the property. After disposal, no further documentation is needed. 

If you have an inventory item that you wish to request local disposal for, please complete an SS1 and email it to MOSASP at When approved, a copy of the SS1 will be attached to the local disposal authority and returned to the agency. Local disposal may not be completed without prior written approval by MOSASP.

Methods of local disposal include the following options: (1) Recycling (2) Place in dumpster or take to landfill. In Missouri, it is illegal to landfill tires, lead-acid batteries, major appliances, or used oil. Review the Local Disposal Guidance above to determine disposal methods for those items. 

When local disposal is complete, agencies must complete the applicable portion of the local disposal authorization form and return a copy to MOSASP.