WHAT IS ELECTRONIC WASTE?
Electronic waste, also know as e-Waste, refers to electronic products coming to the end of their "useful life." Many of these items can be reused, refurbished, or recycled. Proper recycling or disposal is critical as these items generally contain highly toxic substances which can cause pollution or contamination when not handled properly.
As of September 5, 2020, HOUSEHOLDS may dispose of up to 2 common household electronic waste components per month at no charge through the Convenience Center Program. Small peripherals that do not have their own power supply (such as cables, keyboards, mice, hard drives, game controllers, etc.) are accepted at no charge.
NON-HOUSEHOLD (BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL/CHURCH/SCHOOL/FARM, ETC.):
The District will accept waste electronics from any Benton County business entity for a fee per component. Small peripherals that do not have their own power supply (such as cables, keyboards, mice, hard drives, game controllers, etc.) are accepted at no charge.
Non-household material is accepted by the District for drop off generally on Thursdays with advance appointment only.
In addition, a local company also accepts material from non-households for a fee.
eSCO Processing and Recycling
2111 S 8th St, Rogers
Please call for information on costs, accepted items, drop off schedule, etc. eSCO may offer pickup from your location for large quantities. Contact them directly for more information.