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Carroll County

Carroll County Solid Waste AuthorityCarroll County Solid Waste Authority
Attn: Gary Gray
3190 East Van Buren
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Ph: 479-253-2727
Fax: 479-253-5734

Monday–Friday 8:00am–4:00pm

Curbside Recycling Available! Contact: 479-253-2727 or 870-423-7156
Each residential household in Eureka Springs, Berryville and Green Forest is provided a recycling bin. Weekly Curbside recycling service is available at no charge and is picked up each week on the same day trash is picked up. Recycling reduces weekly trash volume and saves money.

Recycling is available throughout Carroll County. Call CCSWA at the numbers listed above for availability in your neck of the woods.

Materials accepted include:

  • Newspapers
  • Catalogs
  • Magazines
  • Tin Cans
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Plastic Bottles and Jugs #1 and #2
  • Glass Bottles and Jars

Recycling Drop Off Centers

The following materials are accepted at the Recycling Drop Off Centers in Eureka Springs, Berryville and Green Forest:

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  • Newspapers
  • Mixed Paper
  • Magazines
  • Cardboard
  • Glass Bottles
  • Steel Cans
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Soda/Water Bottles
  • Detergent Bottles
  • Milk Jugs
  • Medicine Bottles

These materials should be rinsed and separated, no bags or other trash.
Eureka Springs Recycling Drop Off Center also accepts Freon items for a $15 charge, large steel appliances and other scrap metals, cooking oil and motor oil.

Eureka Springs
3190 E. Van Buren
206 Branch
Open every day
Open 24 hours a day
Green Forest
203 S. Springfield
Open every day
Open 24 hours a day

Electronic Waste

The following items are collected at the Eureka Springs location during regular business hours:

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

Household Hazardous Waste

During regular hours, the Eureka Springs location accepts the following residential household hazardous waste items:

  • Automotive — motor oils, oil filters, brake and transmission fluids, antifreeze, lead acid batteries
  • Paint — oil and latex based paints, stains, turpentine, aerosol cans, paint thinners and strippers, non-chlorinated solvents
  • Lawn and Garden — over the counter pesticides, insecticides and herbicides
  • Batteries — dry cell household batteries, button batteries and motor batteries
  • Cleaning — any household cleaning product containing harmful chemicals, including bleach and ammonia
  • Swimming pool chemicals

Garbage and Yard Waste

For more information about garbage collection contact: 479-253-2727 or 870-423-7156.

For more information about yard waste in Eureka Springs call 479-253-9600,
in Berryville, call 870-423-2245 and in Green Forest call 870-438-5518.

Waste Tires

Waste Tires in Carroll County are collected at:

waste tiresCCSWA Transfer Station – Berryville
Contact: Benny Williams
1106 Industrial Drive
Berryville, AR 72616

Monday–Friday 8:00am–4:00pm
Saturday 8:00am–12:00pm

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.

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