Bella Vista Recycling
According to their website, "Bella Vista Recycling is a non-profit organization operated by volunteers." They "operate as a community service of AARP Chapter 109." All profits are returned to the community. The center is open 24/7 and can be found at 400 Pinion Bluff Drive on 71 just north of the T H Rogers Hardware store.
- #1 & #2 plastic
- glass bottles and jars
- aluminum cans
- steel cans
- corrugated cardboard
- office paper & junk mail
- phone books
- no soda or beer chipboard boxes (they contain too much glue)
- no styrofoam
- 1 gallon Plastic Pots Take 1 gallon (only) to the Village Waste Water at 380 Bella Vista Way, Bella Vista, AR. Leave pots outside the greenhouse to the left after you pass through the gate.
Bentonville's recycling program is "known as a "Single Sort" program that does not require you to sort your recyclable materials. You merely place the recyclables in your recycling cart and place it at the curb. All sorting is done at the recycling center. How much easier could it get? Bentonville residents can check out the details on their webiste.
Roger's recycling program can be either curbside pick up or you can drop off items at their Recycling Center, 2300 N. Arkansas Street. They accept the same items as Bella Vista Recycling plus the following items:
- clean aluminum foil and pie plates
- clean beaded styrofoam (packing styrofoam only)
- plastics number 1-2
- beer and soda chipboard boxes (they can accommodate the amount of glue)
You can save these items up and drop them off on your next trip to Rogers. Check out the details and all the items they accept on their website.
Batteries should have the positive connection taped with masking or electrical tape to avoid the possibility of a fire if two batteries touch in your recycling box or bag. Batteries can be recycled at several locations:
Batteries Plus Bulbs (Located near Office Depot)
4500 W. Walnut Street
2346 W. Hudson Road
Can be recycled at Walmart including the yellow plastic bags from your newspapers.