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Items accepted at Drop Off Locations:

Corrugated Cardboard

Glass Containers (Jars & Bottles Only)

Aluminum Cans/Aluminum Foil

Steel Cans

Newsprint/ Magazines /Mixed Paper

Plastic Bottles (#1 & #2)if it’s not a bottle, it’s not recyclable

Carroll County Solid Waste

“More Service — Less Waste”

Drop Off Centers


Locations of Drop Off Centers:

Berryville Recycling (Drop-Off Center)

  (located behind City Hall) 206 Branch Rd.
 
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Green Forest Recycling (Drop-Off Center)

  (located next to Public Works) 203 S Springfield.
 
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"For those residents utilizing one of our area drop-off centers, they are open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day."


Location of Main Drop Off/Processing Facility in Eureka Springs

3190 E Van Buren (located next to Public Works)

Items Accepted:

White goods – old appliances, scrap steel (there is a $15 removal fee for items with freon)

Motor Oil, Cooking Oil

Electronics (computer units, TV sets, printers, VCR’s.  Check in at the office for current disposal rate)

House Hold Hazardous Waste, chemicals, batteries, and paint (for Residents of Carroll County only please– see link for HHW)

Corrugated Cardboard                

Plastic Bottles ( #1 & #2)- if it’s not a bottle, it’s not recyclable

Glass Bottles                                                                                              

Newspaper/Magazines

Aluminum cans/ Steel Cans


Guidelines to Follow

  • Rinse all items.  This reduces odor and the attraction of pests.

  • Do not recycle plastic unless it is a bottle.

  • Do not put your items in bags (only newsprint should be bagged and placed on top of curbside bin).  Empty all bags into the bins.  Opening bags at the processing facility is very labor intensive, making our program expensive and inefficient.

  • Flatten cardboard before placing in the collection container.

  • Remove lids and throw away.       It is not necessary to remove labels.


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