You will receive your Notice of Registration online after you pay. You must use a printer
to print a copy of it. If you file online, this is the only copy you will receive.
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Kansas retail dry cleaning facilities with dry cleaning machines on their property must
register annually with the Kansas Drycleaning Program.
The completed registration form and $100 annual fee are due by January
31st of the registration calendar year. For example, 2004 registration is
due by January 31, 2004. New facility registrations, including change of ownership, are
due no later than 30 days after the start of operations.
Dry cleaning facilities are considered to be stores or plants with dry cleaning machines
on the property. Drop-off stores do not have machines in the store so they do not need
to be registered with the Kansas Drycleaning Program. Drop-off stores should still
collect the environmental surcharge of 2.5% and submit the fees to the
Kansas Department of Revenue.
Please call KDHE at (785) 296-6370 to ask for a copy of your registration. This
process could take up to 10 days from the time of request.
Yes, please call KDHE at (785) 296-6370 to ask for a copy of your registration.
This process could take up to 10 days from the time of request.
Solvent dealers will be provided information that they may look up your registration status
online. The second page of the
Kansas Dry Cleaners Verification Web site
will display when the online listing was last updated. In the meantime, you can show your
printed copy of the registration to the distributor, or the solvent dealer can call KDHE to
The Kansas Drycleaning Program requires a $100 registration fee be submitted
with your annual dry cleaning facility registration, per KSA 65-34,145. A separate
program managed by KDHE's Bureau of Waste Management
(BWM) also requires a $100 monitoring fee
in the Spring of each year for all "Kansas Generators", per K.A.R. 28-31-10(g)(3).
The "Kansas Generators" monitoring fee is separate and distinct from the
Kansas Drycleaning Program. Please contact BWM at (785) 296-1608 if you have any
questions regarding the "Kansas Generator" Monitoring Fee.
No, this registration only satisfies your annual dry cleaning facility registration
for the Kansas Drycleaning Program. This registration is separate and unrelated to
the requirement for registration with the Department of Revenue for remitting
Kansas Sales tax and other federal, state, or local requirements.