NATCO Directory Recycling Project is Now Underway Through September!
NATCO Communications, Inc. staff members are coordinating efforts to recycle outdated Ozark Regional Directories throughout the company’s service area. This is the 24th year the company has undertaken the recycling project.
"Each old phone book we recycle means more trees saved and less materials added to our local landfills. We encourage everyone to help with these efforts and drop off their old phone books at one of NATCO’s recycling bins," stated Tim McEuen, Director of Customer Care.
NATCO encourages customers and non-customers in Baxter, Boone and Marion counties to drop off their previous year’s phone book at one of the convenient recycling bin locations in their community. NATCO accepts old phone directories for recycling regardless of telephone company or directory publisher.
2017 Community Recycling Bin Locations
- Bull Shoals: City Hall & Arvest Bank
- Diamond City: City Hall
- Flippin: Arvest Bank, City Hall & NATCO Front Lobby
- Lead Hill: Arvest Bank
- Omaha: City Hall
- Yellville: Arvest Bank
- Mountain Home: Arvest Bank Main Branch and Arvest Walmart Branch.
- Bruno-Pyatt School
The recycling bins will be in place through the end of September.
The public is asked to respect the property of the participating businesses and offices and place the old phone directories only in the bins marked with "Recycle" symbol and NATCO company logo. For more information, please contact NATCO Customer Care in Flippin at 453.8800 or toll free 800.775.6682.
NATCO Communications, Inc. is an independent, locally-owned and operated, broadband communications company established in 1951. Headquartered at 301 East Main Street in Flippin, NATCO provides advanced communications services (Internet, Television, Voice and Cellular) to homes and business throughout north-central Arkansas including portions of Marion, Boone, and Baxter Counties.
For more information on NATCO Communications, Inc. or services available, phone toll-free 800.775.6682 or visit www.natconet.com.
NATCO encourages customers to recycle 2016-2017 Ozark Regional Directories during the month of September. New directories are being delivered throughout the service area. Old directories may be dropped off at a local NATCO recycling bin.