The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center is now operated by the Boston Mountain Solid Waste District. Please contact (479) 846-3005 for more information.
When you purchase new tires from a tire dealer, you are charged a $2.00 per tire disposal fee. The dealer must then take an equal number of scrap tires from you. This disposal fee funds the waste tire program throughout the state.
Tire dealers and citizens may bring scrap tires to any of the tire collection centers in our Solid Waste District. For citizens, four passengers tires are free. Additional tires, tires with rims, and large truck tires have a disposal fee. Passenger tires collected in our District are taken to a crumb rubber facility in Oklahoma where they are ground up and used as playground material. Truck tires are taken to a cement kiln in Tulsa and used as fuel. Large tires are sent to Little Rock where they are ground up for use in septic fields or playground materials.
|Passenger tires||First 4 are free (without rims)|
|Additional passenger tires||$2.00 each|
|Passenger tires on rim||$4.00 each|
|Semi truck tires||$5.00 each|
|Semi truck tires on rim||$10.00 each|
|Tractor tires||$10.00 each|
|Tractor tires on rim||$15.00 each|
*Cash or check only
Scrap Metal and Appliances
Scrap metal such as copper, aluminum, and steel, is accepted free of charge.
Appliances that contain Freon must have a tag stating that the Freon has been removed by a certified technician or a $10 charge is applied (cash or check only).
Electronic devices are a common part of our lives, but many of them contain lead, mercury, or other heavy metals which have the potential to contaminate our soil and water if not properly handled. Most items require a $5 charge to cover the cost of disposal, and CRT TV's require a $10 charge to cover the cost of disposal (cash or check only). The following items are accepted:
- Desktop Computers - including monitor, speakers, keyboard, and mouse
- Modems and Routers
- VCRs, DVD and Bluray players
- Printers, scanners, and copiers
- Home stereos (receiver only)
- UPS battery backup
- Media storage like CDs, DVDs, VHS, and floppy disks
- Mobile devices like eReaders, MP3 players, and tablets
- Cell phones
Vehicles and Boats
Unwanted vehicles and boats can be donated to Wheels for Wishes, benefiting Make-A-Wish Mid-South. Wheels for wishes will pick-up or tow away vehicles free of charge, anywhere in the county, regardless of condition. Vehicles will be recycled or auctioned off and 100% of the net proceeds benefit children in Arkansas, Northern Mississippi, and Western Tennessee.