Sebastian County is participating in a county-wide cleanup in conjunction with the Great American Cleanup.
The plan is to have volunteers help in litter prevention, beautification and community improvement, according to the county.
The campaign is on Saturdays, from April 27 through May 11. Start time is 7 a.m. from 2 p.m at the six following locations:
- Mansfield Public Works Building, April 27
- Witcherville Park Hwy. 71 South, April 27
- Bonanza Street Dept. on Hwy. 45, May 4
- Hackett, by school gym off E. Greenwood, May 4
- Hartford, at the Water Department, May 11
- Midland, the intersection of 45 and 253, May 11
Appliances such as appliances and refrigerators may be placed at a designated area with the County Road Department for disposal. The disposal date is the Monday following the cleanup date in your area.
A different trailer will be provided for the collection of electronics at the City of Greenwood on Bell Road and the Public Works Building in Mansfield on the designated cleanup day. “E-waste” (computers, televisions and VCRs) will have a designated trailer available where the items may be dumped.
Items not allowed for dumping due to landfill regulations:
- Yard waste, grass, leaves and brush
- Used oil
- Batteries Tires
- Hazardous or toxic wastes
- Barrels used to burn trash
- Cleaning chemicals
- Herbicides or pesticides
- Paints of liquids of any kind
- Freon containing appliances
Tire Disposal Policy:
Individuals may get rid of up to four passenger tires, without rims at no charge. This is made possible through the county’s agreement with the West River Valley Solid Waste District. For more information contact Justin Sparrow, 479-705-2241,
This cleanup is for residents and not for commercial dumping.