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Davidson County Long-Term Zero Waste Master Plan

Metro Nashville Public Works and Davidson County Solid Waste Region Board are working to create a long-term Solid Waste Master Plan with the ultimate goal of achieving zero waste to landfill in the future! The purpose of the Master Plan is to evaluate Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County’s existing waste management system and provide options to improve and enhance the system and increase waste reduction and diversion.

Community Input

We need your input! Plan to attend one of the Public Input Sessions on Nashville's Long-term Zero Waste Master Plan or complete an online survey to tell us what you think about the current waste and recycling system and what changes you would like to see in the future.

Master Plan Updates

Master Plan Task Force

As part of the long-term solid waste planning process, Metro has assembled a task force of various agencies, organizations, educational institutions and individuals to provide input in each phase of the process and ensure Metro develops a community-driven, implementable plan.

Solid Waste Master Plan Invitation List

Master Plan Meeting Videos

Other Documents and Reports