Solid Waste Region Board
Resolution No. R92-474, RS2014-1329
Term - 6 years
Function: The Solid Waste Regional Board was formed from the Solid Waste Management Act of 1991 that required local governments to form solid waste planning regions for the purpose of preparing comprehensive ten year plans for the management of solid waste generated within the respective region. The primary responsibility given to these boards is that of long range planning for solid waste management in the region. Board members are charged with looking into the future and making comprehensive, integrated, solid waste management plans. The object of these plans is to provide the region's legislative bodies with the information necessary to make informed decisions assuring that safe, practical and economical solid waste management is available to all citizens within the region.
Rules and Regulations
Meets: On a “called” basis, at Solid Waste Division, Metro Public Works (contact board for more information)
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Davidson County Long-Term Zero Waste Master Plan
Videos: 2013 Speaker Series
Part 1 - July 31, 2013
Part 2 - August 13, 2013
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