Please Report Dumpers
The dumping at the Beaver Creek location for Sedona Recyles and other spots is negatively affecting the quality of our lives in the Beaver Creek area. Please don't do it and please report those that you see dumping by calling 567-7710 Yavapai County Sheriff's Office. Dumping reduces the quality of our lives, is unsanitary, unsightly and may result in our losing our recycling location.
The Beaver Creek Baptist Church owns the property where Sedona Recycles locates their bins. BCBC donates this use and expects all of us to keep that location clean. This was a stipulation when the church approved the use of their property for the recycling bins. We need to respect that deal.
Yavapai County has a contract with Sedona Recycles to provide bins and pickup for Beaver Creek residents' recycling needs. Sedona Recycles is paid to do this up to November. It would be to our benefit if this contract is renewed. We all need to help make this a possibility by the increased responsibility of us locals.
Yavapai County provides free dumping for county residents for two or three weeks in the March/April time frame each year. The rest of the year, the Yavapai County waste transfer sites charge reasonable fees for dumping. The Camp Verde transfer site is located about 7 miles east of I-17 on Hwy 260. The Grey Wolf landfill is located on the way to Prescott and there are others.
Cleanup is everyone's responsibility. We need the Sedona Recycles bins. That is our responsibility, too, to use them appropriately.