- 1 Where can I take trash in Nashville?
- 2 How much does it cost to drop stuff at the dump?
- 3 How do you throw away furniture in Nashville?
- 4 Do you pay for trash pickup in Nashville?
- 5 What can I recycle in Nashville?
- 6 Where can I recycle cardboard in Nashville?
- 7 Can you go to the dump and take things?
- 8 How much does it cost to dump at Miramar Landfill?
- 9 What is a tipping fee?
- 10 Where can I take old appliances in Nashville?
- 11 Where can I dispose of dirt near me?
- 12 Where can I recycle Styrofoam in Nashville?
- 13 How do I get rid of old VCR players?
- 14 What is hub Nashville?
Where can I take trash in Nashville?
Best trash dump in Nashville, TN
- Nolensville Convenience Center. 12.5 mi. Recycling Center.
- J E McMurtry Disposal. 5.1 mi. 8 reviews.
- Gray’s Disposal. 0.8 mi. 21 reviews.
- Junk Genius. 16.1 mi. 1 review.
- Waste Industries. 7.0 mi.
- Junk King Nashville. 4.6 mi.
- Red River Waste Solutions. 2.5 mi.
- County Area Disposal Service. 19.8 mi.
How much does it cost to drop stuff at the dump?
Cost to Dump at a Landfill If you have the time and a way to haul it, you can dump your own trash, furniture and hazardous waste at your local landfill for $20 to $50 per ton. In some locations, your local utility bill includes dumping free of charge.
How do you throw away furniture in Nashville?
Nashville, Tennessee Furniture Disposal To schedule a bulk collection, call 615-880-3897 or fill out the form found at the city of Nashville’s website. Place your bulk items like furniture, mattresses, and box springs on the front curb on the day of scheduled collection.
Do you pay for trash pickup in Nashville?
Residents and businesses that currently have more than 2 trash carts will be able to continue their same level of waste collection service but will be charged for the collection and disposal fee for waste in additional carts. Additional recycling carts are available at no cost.
What can I recycle in Nashville?
Glass Bottles and Jars ( Recycling Drop-Off Sites Only)
- Glass bottles.
- Glass jars.
Where can I recycle cardboard in Nashville?
- Metro Nashville and Davidson County Recycling Drop-Off Site – Hillsboro High School. 3812 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37215.
- Metro Nashville and Davidson County Recycling Drop-Off Site – East Center Convenience Center. 941 Dr Richard G Adams Dr, Nashville, TN 37207.
- Tenneco Packaging.
Can you go to the dump and take things?
Yes it is most landfills have police make rounds after hours and they can arrest you for trespassing, etc. The issue is not just trash is there but most also have close to $1M worth of equipment sitting there not to mention the LF offices, etc. If you ‘re taking metal / copper /wiring /etc from C&D facilities, etc
How much does it cost to dump at Miramar Landfill?
Miramar provides San Diego residents and small businesses the ability to take large amounts of trash and other waste for an affordable price. Miramar Landfill fees are reasonable. They only charge $31 per ton.
What is a tipping fee?
Tipping fee A fee paid by anyone disposing of waste at a landfill. ( also see Disposal Fee )
Where can I take old appliances in Nashville?
CALL 615-271-4111 for free appliance removal in Nashville – Davidson County TN. We pick up, haul away and recycle older and unwanted used appliances.
Where can I dispose of dirt near me?
Dirt can be dumped safely at the following locations:
- A nearby landfill or transfer station.
- C&D recycling centers.
- Clean fill dump sites.
- Landscape or building suppliers that accept dirt.
Where can I recycle Styrofoam in Nashville?
All Nashville and Davidson County residents can use our Metro Convenience Centers and Metro Recycling Drop-off Sites.
How do I get rid of old VCR players?
If you have electronics, including DVD players, Blu-Ray players, or VCR players, that need recycling we urge you to bring them down to California Electronics Recycler in Santa Ana, CA. Call us today at (800) 282-3927 for more information or find our drop-off location here.
What is hub Nashville?
hubNashville is a comprehensive customer service system, that makes it easier for people to connect with Metro representatives in order to make service requests, ask questions, and share feedback.