STEPHEN ELAM, LICENSED MASTER
Marion County Transfer Station
P. O. Box 545
Yellville, AR 72687
MARION COUNTY TO REOPEN OFFICE BUILDINGS TO PUBLIC
Due to COVID-19 county offices have been closed to the public and other alternatives were used to conduct business. Marion County Courthouse, Court Annex, and Library will be open to the public. However, there will be mandatory procedures in place to comply with the COVID-19 guidelines. Additional information regarding COVID-19 can be found at the Arkansas Department of Health web site.
Please follow some precautions as recommended by the CDC. DO NOT VISIT IF YOU HAVE SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF A RESPIRATORY INFECTION SUCH AS FEVER, COUGH, OR SORE THROAT. All HEALTHY VISITORS please: CLEAN your hands after arriving and before leaving. USE a tissue or your sleeve when you cough or sneeze. CLEAN your hands after coughing or sneezing.
TRANSFER STATION: Effective Monday, July 27, 2020 the Transfer Station will be returning to regular normal hours of operation.
MARION COUNTY TRANSFER STATION
& RECYCLING CENTER
HWY 62/412 W & HWY 202, YELLVILLE, AR 72687
WEEKDAY HOURS OF OPERATION
MONDAY - FRIDAY
7:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.
OPEN 1ST AND 3RD SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH
8:00 A.M. TO 12 NOON
CLOSED ON HOLIDAYS
Stephen Elam, Licensed Master
TRANSFER STATION EMPLOYEE/ POINT OF SALE/LABORER
MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUG SCREEN AND BACKGROUND CHECK.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Maintaining daily account of all transactions.
- Check the daily cash balance
- Interacting and educating the customers that come thru to the window.
- Reporting any discrepancies found with the cash drawer to the immediate supervisor
- Make daily transaction reports.
- Keep the compactor area clean and organized at all times
- Do at least 3 random inspections daily, per ADEQ Reg #22 standards.
- Change out containers of recycling as needed.
- Be willing to be cross trained to other jobs within the transfer station.
- Maintain the tire recycling sheet
- Keep the ram closed after each depositor on the compactors, to maintain maximum weight.
- Keep the e-waste/metals in an orderly manner.
- Utilize all safety rules and equipment handling refuse.
- The duties and responsibilities included in the description are not intended to be all-inclusive, other responsibilities and duties preformed that are related as assigned by Marion County Judge and /or immediate supervisor as the need arises.
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
- High school diploma/GED mandatory
- Strong communication skills that help to develop courteous conversation with the customers.
- Will be required to get license for solid waste up to a class C
- Ability to lift up to 75 pounds
- Willingness to learn to operate Skid Steer, Fork Lift and Backhoe.
Applications will be taken at the Marion County Judges office thru October 26th at 4:30.
Click here for downloadable Employment Application.
COST TO DISPOSE OF BAGGED HOUSEHOLD TRASH
$2.00 PER BAG UP TO 33 GALLON BAG
$3.00 PER BAG UP TO 55 GALLON BAG
ALL TRASH CANS WILL BE $3.00 PER CAN.
Remember you can cut costs of trash disposal by recycling!!!!!!
EXTRA CHARGE LIST: $15 PER ITEM
|SWIVEL ROCKERS||OFFICE DESK|
|KITCHEN TABLE||ENTERTAINMENT CENTER|
|KITCHEN CHAIRS||BOOK SHELVES|
|END TABLES||BOX SPRINGS|
EXTRA CHARGE LIST: $30 PER CUBIC YARD
CUBIC YARD VOLUME IS 3'X3'X3'
NO BRICK OR MASONRY
NO BURN BARRELS UNLESS COMPLETELY EMPTY (ASHES HAVE TO BE BAGGED OR BOXED
PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS**THESE CAN BE TAKEN TO HARPS OR WALMART
NO YARD WASTE-TREES, LEAVES OR STICKS
NO LIQUID PAINT OR OIL, PESTICIDES, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
DON'T PAY FOR THE FREE STUFF
Separate these recyclables or "FREE STUFF" from your normal household trash and reduce the amount of trash you pay for by approximately 70%.
THE FREE STUFF
CARDBOARD BY ITSELF
PAPER-NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINES, JUNK MAIL, PHONE BOOKS BY ITSELF
We will take out the large green container and place other containers for Paper items.
We are requesting that you, the customers, sort as follows or you will be charged as if it was trash!
- Office/shredded/junk mail
- Newspaper Only
- Magazines Only
- Paperback/Hardback books
Thank you for your cooperation.
GLASS: FOOD/BEVERAGE GRADE ONLY. (NO DISHES, CERAMICS, FLUORESCENT BULBS) BY ITSELF
FLUORESCENT BULBS - for disposal instructions contact:
805 Cottonwood Road, Annex #1
Harrison AR, 72601
Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:00pm & Saturday 7:30am-12:00pm
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CAN BE MIXED TOGETHER
*CLEAR PLASTIC BOTTLES & JUGS ONLY: Pop Bottles, Water, Juice, Mayo, Peanut Butter, Milk Jugs, Gallon Tea Jugs and Washer Fluid Jugs. NO PLASTIC BAGS
*COLOR PLASTICS OR NON SEE THRU JUGS & BOTTLES: Detergent, Coffee, Bleach,Dish Soap, Yoplait Yogurt and Fabric Softener Bottles.
*ALUMINUM: Pop Cans, Pie Pans, Beer Cans.
*TIN CANS: Vegetable, Soup, Coffee, Dog Food, Popcorn and Cookie Tins.
NON-ACCEPTABLE ITEMS FOR RECYCLING: Plastic Shopping Bags, Styrofoam, Containers with Liquid in the item such as anti freeze and oil jugs, weedkiller pesticide or containers with poison.
EXAMPLES OF PLASTIC ITEMS THAT ARE NOT ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING AND WILL NEED TO PLACED WITH REGULAR WASTE MATERIALS
*PLEASE RINSE!! These recyclables are sorted by the employees PLEASE RINSE!!!!
METAL ITEMS: REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, A/C (MUST BE TAGGED "FREON FREE FROM APPLIANCE REPAIR FACILITY) washers, dryers, lawn mowers, grills (PLEASE SEE ATTENDANT AT THE TOP)
ELECTRONICS: TELEVISIONS, MICROWAVES, COMPUTERS, MONITORS (UNLOAD AT COMPACTOR AT THE TOP OF THE HILL)
TIRES: PLEASE SEE ATTENDANT BEFORE PUTTING INTO THE TRAILER
4-PASSENGER TIRES PER PERSON PER MONTH-NO CHARGE**FEES DO APPLY TO OTHER SIZE TIRES TO COVER DISPOSAL FEE**
Stephen Elam, Licensed Master
OZARK MOUNTAIN SOLID WASTE DISTRICT INFORMATION
UPDATE ON $18 FEE CASE:
MARION COUNTY CITIZENS -
UPDATE to the Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District $18 FEE CASE: Judge Fox apparently ruled in a hearing held in Pulaski County on June 22, 2020, that the collection of the $18 fee could be terminated effective immediately. Any fees being collected for this year will remain with the Collector's to be refunded to the taxpayers. The distribution of the fees collected in the two previous years will need to be determined. The Receiver (whose client is the bondholders and is paid by OMSWD) will remain in place until the sale of the OMSWD property occurs. The Judge has ordered the Receiver to stop the defense of the fee and appeal of the 5 circuit court rulings which found the feel to be an illegal exaction (not a tax or fee voted on by the people of the various counties). There are still financial arrangements and will post information here as it becomes available.