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Inland Service Corporation
City of Harrison Residents

Inland Service Corporation
Attn: Jeremy McBride
805 Cottonwood Road, Annex #1
Harrison AR, 72601
Ph: 870-204-6690
Fax: 870-204-6693

Hours:
Monday–Friday 7:30am–6:00pm
Saturday 7:30am–12:00pm

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Curbside Recycling
All Harrison Residents are provided roll carts for recycling and trash, and all waste charges are included on the Harrison City Water Bill.

Service options include:

Basic Residential Service — $22.45 per month
1 — 64 Gallon trash cart with a blue lid.
1 — 96 Gallon recycling cart with a yellow lid.

Low Volume Residential Service — $20.91 per month
1 — 35 Gallon trash cart with a blue lid.
1 — 95 Gallon recycle cart with a yellow lid.

Pull both carts to the curb for weekly automated waste service.

Call 870-204-6690 to sign up or visit Inland’s Drop off facility at 805 Cottonwood Road during their normal operating hours.

Accepted materials at the curb include:

  • Newspaper
  • Magazine
  • Catalogs
  • Office Paper
  • Phone Books
  • Cereal Boxes
  • Cardboard
  • Brown paper bags
  • Bagged shredded paper
  • Plastic items #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #7
  • Soda bottles
  • Milk Jugs
  • Detergent Bottles
  • Medicine Bottles
  • Margarine and Yogurt tubs
  • Plastic Cups
  • Flower pots
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Tin and Steel Cans

Glass Bottles are not accepted in curbside service but are accepted at the Inland Service Drop-Off Center location 805 Cottonwood Road.

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Recycling Drop Off Center
The following materials are accepted at the Inland Service Drop-Off Center during regular business hours.

Residential Household Waste: $5.13 per bag (35 gal. capacity or up to 40 lbs.)

  • Newspaper
  • Magazine
  • Catalogs
  • Office Paper
  • Phone Books
  • Cereal Boxes
  • Cardboard
  • Brown paper bags
  • Bagged shredded paper
  • Plastic items #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #7
  • Soda bottles
  • Milk Jugs
  • Detergent Bottles
  • Medicine Bottles
  • Margarine and Yogurt tubs
  • Plastic Cups
  • Flower Pots
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Foil and Pie Tins
  • Tin Cans
  • Glass Bottles and Jars

Lightly rinse out containers. No sorting is necessary.

Electronic Waste
Electronic Waste
The following items are collected at the Inland Service Drop-Off Center during regular business hours:

  • Computers
  • Cell phones
  • Copiers
  • Phones
  • All cables for electronics
  • VCR’s
  • DVD Players
  • Old stereos
  • Small appliances
  • Mixers

Yard Debris
Yard Debris
Residential yard waste is accepted at the Inland Service Drop-Off Center during normal business hours. Compostable bags are accepted and are available for purchase at the Inland Service Drop-Office for $5 for a bundle of 5 40-gallon bags.

Bulky Items
Bulky Items
One bulky item will be picked up curbside every third full week of the month at no charge for Basic and Low Volume Residential customers.

Bulky Item Drop-Off
$22.68 fee per bulky item

  • Chairs and Couches
  • Small Furniture
  • Mattress and Box Springs
  • Non-Freon Appliances
  • Toys
  • Tools
  • Bicycles – no tires
  • Push Mowers
  • Short Lengths of metals
  • Carpet — 4’ lengths
  • Fencing

Waste Tires
Waste Tires
Waste Tires in Boone County are collected at:

waste tiresTire World
Contact: Karen Clayborn
804 East Stephenson
Harrison, AR 72601
870-741-8473

Hours:
Monday–Friday 8:00am–5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am–2:00pm

The following types of tires are accepted:

  • Passenger car tires
  • Light truck tires
  • Specialty tires

Specialty tires include:

  • Farm fronts
  • Irrigation
  • Small and large OTR
  • Farm rear
  • Large farm rears
  • ATV tires

Specialty tire fees (.pdf) are based on disposal fees to the District.

Tires that do not have a fee attached at the point of sale are considered a non-fee paid tire; basically, a stray tire. There is no charge for the first 4 non-fee paid tires per person, per day. After that limit, charges for non-fee paid tires are $1 per tire.

Electronic Waste
Electronic Waste
The following items are collected at the Boone County Recycling Center during regular business hours:

  • Computers
  • Cell phones
  • Copiers
  • Phones
  • All cables for electronics
  • VCR’s
  • DVD Players
  • Old stereos
  • Small appliances
  • Mixers


Household Hazardous Waste
During regular hours, the Boone County Recycling Center accepts the following items:

  • Paint — up to 7 gallons per person per day
  • Pesticides
  • Solvents
  • Stains
  • Herbicides
  • Household cleaning products
  • Needles (must be stored in Sharps Container before delivery)
  • Automotive — oils, fuels, additives, brake and transmission fluids, etc.
  • Batteries — AC , DC
  • Lighting — fluorescent tubes, ballasts, fluorescent bulbs (curly bulbs must be triple bagged)
  • Any poisons, including mercury (must be triple bagged)

Customers are requested to provide a valid Boone County address and signature.

Yard Debris
Yard Debris
Residential yard waste is accepted at the Boone County Recycling Center during normal business hours. No plastic bags allowed!

Household trash is accepted, with a small fee per bag.
There is a limit of 7 bags per customer per day.
For more information about garbage collection, contact 1-866-427-8095.

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