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Curbside recycling collection is provided to single-family homes in the Urban Services District of Nashville that receive weekly trash cart collection from Metro Public Works. Recycling is collected once a month.
Residents in the General Services District and multi-family complexes throughout the county contract with private haulers. All private haulers are required to offer a recycling option for their trash customers. Contact your private hauler for information on recycling.
Recycling drop-offs accept all curbside recycling materials as well as glass. Recycling drop-off sites are open 24/7 unless otherwise stated.
Convenience Centers accept all curbside recycling materials and glass as well as excess residential trash and other waste items not accepted in curbside trash or recycling carts.
Metro Public Works has an event recycling container loaner program. You can reserve some containers for your next event.
There are several private recycling companies in Nashville that provide recycling collection services for businesses. Public Works maintains a list of private companies that collect recycling materials.
Recycling Drop-Off-Sites Only. Do Not place any glass in curbside recycling cart.
Metro Public Works is inspecting recycling carts and placing OOPS tags on carts found with items that cannot be recycled. We will not empty a recycling cart that has an OOPS tag on it.
Recycling carts will be removed if:
If you live in a single-family home in Nashville’s Urban Services District, your household is eligible to participate in the curbside recycling program. Eligible households are allowed up to 3 recycling carts at no cost.
Some materials not accepted curbside or at recycling drop-off sites can still be recycled:
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