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Recent News

Below is a regularly updated listing of Arkansas Recycling Coalition events coming up. Check back here frequently or visit our News page. Contact us if you have any questions!

Kansas City Glass Recycling Summit – June 15, 2017

Join us for the first annual Glass Recycling Summit in Kansas City! Hear from speakers, tour the Ripple Glass plant and Owen’s Corning, visit Boulevard Brewery and have some other fun too! More details and a full agenda to follow in the next few weeks. Know you’re attendin
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Zero Waste Webinar: Best Practices & Case Studies – April 4

The STAR Educational Webinar Series Presents: Zero Waste Events: Best Practices & Case Studies Join us for the next STAR webinar!  Join us for our second educational webinar of 2017, just in time to get you in the Earth Day spirit! This free webinar will showcase best practices an
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Call2Recycle Launches All-Battery Recycling in the US, Effective April 1

The battery recycling landscape is changing in the US due to a steady increase in the purchase of portable devices using batteries followed by growing consumer demand for more convenient, one-stop recycling for all household batteries, whether single-use or rechargeable. However, fund
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Welcome to the ARC on the Web!

Who we are:

The Arkansas Recycling Coalition (ARC) unites large and small companies, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals in a common effort to promote REDUCE, REUSE, REPURPOSE and RECYCLE as the primary means of SUSTAINABLE waste management in Arkansas. The unique blend of over 200 members promotes a sharing of ideas and understanding of diverse interests and needs.

Where we have been:

The ARC was formed in 1989 in response to the need for comprehensive information and programs on reduce, reuse,recycle, and waste reduction. The original effort was spearheaded by Ozark Recycling Enterprise, Inc. through a Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation grant.

Where we are going:

The ARC is committed to assisting members in improving their reduce, reuse, repurpose, and recycle opportunities, recycle skills and techniques through education, special studies, research and the exchange of ideas and technical knowledge. The ARC has pledged to educate the general public and members of government and the business community about the economic and environmental significance of recycling.



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