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.
ARC Annual Awards
ARC’s Annual Awards Program recognizes individuals, organizations and industry leaders and their significant contributions.
Recycling Conference & Tradeshow
Presentations on forestry, alternative energy sources, industrial services, and legislative changes.
Student Environmental & Recycling Summit
Bringing together junior and senior high school and college students as well as teachers and educators
ARC Recent News & Events
NEWS RELEASE For more information, contact: Desi Ledbetter, 501-340-8787; email@example.com LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas...
A group of prominent paper mills and end markets across North America signed a declaration of acceptance and a commitment to increasing recycling of paper cups, including Essity, GP PRO, Graphic Packaging International, Great Lakes Tissue Company, ND Paper, Pratt...
Grants to support rural areas and towns with a population of 10,000 or less (eligible addresses) with special consideration given for project serving: An area with fewer than 5,500 or fewer than 2,500 people; Regional, multi-state or national areas;...