Frequently Asked Questions
Older homes may have asbestos used on walls, flooring, or in other materials. If you want to demolish or renovate your older home, have a contractor assess your home first. The Arkansas Division of Environmental Quality has guidance on the safe handling of asbestos at https://www.adeq.state.ar.us/air/asbestos/guidance.aspx. More information can be found on the Arkansas Department of Health website https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programs-services/topics/asbestos. Learn about mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other cancers that can be caused by asbestos exposure at the following website https://www.asbestos.com/asbestos/.
Benton County Environmental Division 479-271-1083 will take calls relating to illegal dumping in the county. You can also report a violation here. An Enforcement Officer will visit the site and file a report on the incident. Every effort will be made to contact the suspected violator and enforce State Environmental Laws.
No, not at this time.
There are many battery collection locations in Benton County. Click on this link read a copy of the “Proper Disposal of Batteries” brochure.
No, it is a violation of Arkansas State Law to burn trash.
There are many trash providers in Benton County. Click on this link and select Trash Providers box to find out more information.
Yes, Habitat for Humanity’s Restore will take all types of building materials including flooring, lighting, doors, windows, cabinets, carpet and hardware. Call 479-273-3638 for more details and store hours.
Yes, used motor oil can be taken to Advanced Auto Parts, AutoZone, O’Reilly’s, and Walmart Super Centers. Antifreeze is accepted at Kwik Kar in Rogers.
Unwanted prescriptions or over-the-counter medications can be brought to the Sheriff Office Drug Drop-off box located at 1300 SW 14th Street in Bentonville as well as specific police stations.
Not at this time.
Yes, Rogers Recycling Center located at 2300 N Arkansas St, Rogers. Call 479-621-1185 for more information and hours of operation.
Click on this link to view tire collection locations. https://www.bentoncountyrecycles.org/tire-district
Composting is controlling the natural decay of organic matter by providing the right conditions for composting critters to convert yard trimmings into a product that can be returned to your landscape and garden.