These items include automotive products, pool chemicals, paint products, lawn
& garden products, cleaning products, batteries, thermometers, florescent
bulbs, etc. Items can be recycled at a
local HHW collection center
at no charge for household quantities.
Quantity limitations will apply.-
For more information on Household Hazardous Waste, please visit the
Water Environment Federation
Yard Waste, Lumber, and Trees
The composting facilities accept leaves, grass clippings,
brush and tree prunings no more than 10 inches in diameter or no longer
than 6 feet in length and any type of clean untreated lumber, pallets,
plywood and particle wood. There are facilities in Centerton, Tontitown, Bentonville and Rogers.
Benton County residents may take up to four passenger or light truck
tires per month to a Waste Tire Collection Center
at no charge. More than four
tires or tires other than passenger tires will have a charge.
Regional Waste Tire
Management Districts contact information on the Arknasas Department of Environmental Quality website.