County's solid waste department limiting drop off to household trash, recycling

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Solid Waste Department

Williamson County Solid Waste will only accept household trash and recycling commodities until further notice. 

Due to the impacts of COVID-19 in Williamson County, Williamson County Solid Waste will only accept household trash and recycling commodities until further notice. 

The operational changes are in an effort to prioritize household waste and recycling amidst the community impacts of the virus.

Starting on March 28, the convenience centers will not accept:

• Brush

• Metal

• Construction Materials

The convenience centers will accept:

• Household trash

• Recycling

Residential brush, metal and construction materials will be accepted at the landfill convenience center at 5750 Pinewood Road in Franklin, along with household trash and recycling. Goodwill donations may be taken to any Goodwill retail store.

In an effort to comply with social distancing guidance, the solid waste department is asking residents to comply with their social distancing measures at the centers. This includes allowing only one individual unloading on each side of the compactor at a time. 

“We want to thank our residents for their patience and understanding during this time,” Nancy Zion, Williamson County Solid Waste director, said. “Our employees are working diligently to meet the needs of our community while maintaining a safe work environment within our centers.” 

Residents can find more information at https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/1846/Convenience-Centers.

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