Electronic Waste Recycling
Beginning July 1, 2015 electronic waste will no longer be allowed in waste containers (Metro Code 10.20.095) and should be recycled. There are a number of electronic waste recycling options for residents and businesses:
- Metro residents, with valid Davidson County identification, can bring electronic waste to the East and Omohundro Convenience Centers for recycling. Convenience Centers are for residential material only. There is no fee to recycle at the convenience center.
- Businesses with electronic waste can contact local area e-waste recyclers.
- A number of retail locations offer drop-off, donation and "take back" programs.
Residential Electronic Waste Drop-off Locations
943A Doctor Richard G. Adams Drive
Nashville, TN 37207
Hours: Monday–Saturday 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. and Sunday Noon–4:00 p.m.
Ezell Pike Center
3254 Ezell Pike (Located on Ezell Pike behind the South Police Precinct 5113 Harding Place - Note: for GPS users, please enter 5113 Harding Place)
Nashville, TN 37211
Hours: Monday–Saturday 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. and Sun. Noon–4:00 p.m.
1019 Omohundro Place (entrance on Freightliner Drive)
Nashville, TN 37210
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Residents can bring one computer system each month. There is no fee to drop-off household hazardous at the East Convenience Center.
- Cellular Phones and Batteries
- Computers ( limit one computer system per month)
- Computer components (cables, keyboards, mice, hubs, external drives, peripherals, etc.),
- DVD/VCR Players
- E-Book Readers
- Fax Machines
- Hand-held Electronics
- MP3 Players
- Music/Video Cassettes and Disks
- Rechargeable Batteries
- Smart Phones
- Electronics from any type of business or commercial use
- Truck or trailer loads of electronics
- Any electronic waste in commercial or work vehicles.
- Any electronic waste from out of county residents.
For questions about electronic waste call 615-862-5000.