Recycling and Sustainability
Please Join the City of Little Rock for the Sixth Annual Sustainability Summit
This year's Summit is dedicated to unveiling the 2020 Sustainability Roadmap and to promoting individual
Everyone has a vision about what our City needs to become by 2020. With your input, the City
The summit will include a presentation by keynote speaker John Fisk of the Wallace Center at Winrock
International on sustainable food systems. Our panel discussion will focus on local sustainability issues including
food security, transportation, and energy efficiency.
Thursday, April 9 at the Clinton Presidential Center from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Little Rock Sustainability Summit is free, but please register as seating is limited. To register click here.
has developed an achievable Sustainability Roadmap that will both save precious resources and
add quality to the lives of all our citizens.
Above we have represented examples that make Little Rock employees and citizens proud.
To see a current list of the City's sustainability initiatives and partnerships, click here.
To download click on calendar.
Time to roll out your recyclables
What's recyclable? Visit the Acceptable Materials page or check out the lid of your cart.
Residential customers can recycle old phone books curbside or take them to one (1) of the three (3) Saturday morning drop-off centers. For businesses with 100 or more phone books call Waste Management for a free roll off and delivery at (501) 804-3633 through April. Residential Recycling Program Questions?
As a reminder, plastic bags are no longer accepted at the curb but can be taken back to Kroger, Walmart, and other retailers.
Do not bag recyclables! Please place loose materials in the cart.
Also, please allow at least three (3) feet in between your recycling cart, trash cart, and any other objects.
To report missed recycling or to request a replacement or additional cart, call 311 Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM or click here.
Have too much cardboard and don't know how to properly dispose of it? Cardboard can be recycled but must be able to completely fit in the cart with the lid closed. Cardboard that cannot be placed in the recycling cart for pick up may be set out with yard waste for collection. Cardboard boxes will be collected provided they are either empty, contain more cardboard, or contain yard waste. Please note that the boxes and contents must weigh sixty (60) pounds or less to be picked up. Boxes containing anything other than these materials noted – such as Styrofoam packing peanuts, trash, etc. – will not be collected. In cases such as these, call 3-1-1 and request an on-call pick-up.
Recycling Drop-off Centers
All Pulaski County recycling drop-off locations will be permanently closed as of noon on Saturday, June 28, 2014. The Little Rock sites that will close are War Memorial Golf Course Parking Lot, Chenal Valley Drive, and Southwest Community Center Parking Lot.
Other Drop-Off Locations Available
Call for hours and materials accepted.
1701 East 14th
7900 Sloane Drive
Earlier this year, Little Rock Mayor, Mark Stodola, presented the Multi-Family Recycling Ordinance to the City’s Board of Directors and it was passed unanimously by the Board.
Effective, January 1, 2015, multi-family complexes with 100 units or more will be required to provide recycling to its residents.
We loan out collapsible recycling containers to the public for events. If interested, please contact Melinda Glasgow at email@example.com.
The City of Little Rock's Adopt-A-Street program in partnership with Keep Little Rock Beautiful offers an opportunity for civic groups to beautify the City through volunteering to pick up littler and trash on their selected street. There are many streets in need of adoption, so call 501-371-4537 today to apply and participate or visit klrb.org for more information.