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Not everything can be recycled. Check out the information below to Recycle Right or download our How To Recycle Right Guide for a detailed list of what you can and cannot recycle in Nashville.
No glass in curbside recycling carts.
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.
If you live in the General Services District or a multi-family complex throughout Davidson County, contact your private hauler for information on recycling. All private haulers are required to offer a recycling option for their trash customers.
Some materials not accepted curbside or at recycling drop-off sites can still be recycled:
Sign up for the Get Rowdy Recycle newsletter. This quarterly newsletter includes tips for how to Recycle Right, news about recycling collection and drop-off sites, and resources to learn more about the state of recycling.
Our How to Recycle Right in Nashville Guide includes a detailed list of what you can and cannot recycle in Nashville. It also includes poster style information pages that can be printed and used as signage for your home or office.
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