Notice: Trash and Recycling Collection Route Changes Begin November 2, 2020
To improve our curbside collection in our growing city, trash and recycling collection will be moving from 4 days a week to 5 days a week starting Monday, November 2. As a result, most curbside customers will have a new collection day for curbside trash and/or recycling. For more information on changes and your new collection day, visit our New Collection Schedule webpage.
Curbside recycling collection is provided to single-family homes in the Urban Services District of Nashville. Recycling is collected once a month. Residents in the General Services District and multi-family complexes throughout the county contract with private haulers for waste and recycling collection.
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Curbside trash collection is provided to single-family homes in the Urban Services District of Nashville. Trash is collected once a week. Residents in the General Services District and multi-family complexes throughout the county contract with private haulers for waste and recycling collection.
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Nashville and Davidson County residents can take their food waste to any Metro Convenience Center free of charge. Residents and businesses have the option to pay for curbside compost collection. Metro Public Works also offers backyard compost bins for sale at our Omohundro Convenience Center.
More about Composting Services.
Household Hazardous Waste
Many household items may be harmful to the environment if disposed of improperly. Metro residents can dispose of up to 15 gallons or 100 pounds of unwanted and unused household hazardous waste at the East or Ezell Pike Convenience Center each month at no charge.
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Electronic Waste Recycling
Electronic waste is not allowed in waste containers and should be recycled. Nashville and Davidson County residents can recycle unwanted electronics at the East, Ezell Pike and Omohundro Convenience Centers at no charge.
More about Electronic Waste Recycling.
Metro residents can take all kinds of unused, expired, or over-the-counter medications to several Metro Police Precincts.
More about Pharmaceuticals Disposal.