Benton County Spring Clean-Up, April 20 | Community Spirit
Bob Clinard, Benton County Judge, announced that Benton County will be holding their Annual Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 20 (Earth Day weekend) from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon at all three Benton County Road Department locations.
The Locations are: In Bentonville, at 1206 SW 14th St. (Hwy. 102), in Garfield at 1700 S. Wimpy Jones Rd., and in Decatur at 200 Spavinaw Ave.
Benton County citizens will be able to dispose of large bulky household items, electronics, Styrofoam, tires, scrap metal, and appliances free of charge.
The Bentonville location will be collecting good reusable items for Habitat for Humanity. They need items such as bikes, washers, dryers, appliances, and TVs that are in good usable condition.
Document shredding will also be available along with disposal of household hazardous wastes that include: paint, batteries, automotive fluids, household pesticides and herbicides, and fluorescent bulbs.
Disposal of bulky household items include furniture, mattresses, large plastic items, and other items that will not fit into a garbage bin.
No construction waste including carpet, tubs, sinks, doors, windows, mirrors, or household garbage will be accepted.
The Annual Benton County Cleanup is a free service provided for residents every year.
If you have questions about the cleanup, or if you would like to volunteer to help out, please call the Benton County Environmental Department at 479-271-1083 to sign up.
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