Dumpster Rental in Franklin, Tennessee
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Landfill Location in Franklin, TN
Hours of Operation
Monday – Saturday: 7:00 am -3:30 pm
Here’s a partial list of items approved:
- Motor oil
- Automotive batteries
Franklin City offers blue bag curbside recycling to residents. Residents are asked to place recalls in blue transparent bags after cleaning them thoroughly. Bags should be placed curbside on your scheduled collection day. The blue recyclable bags can be purchased at many local retailers and are typically found in the trash bag aisle.
Please watch this video on how to place recyclables in bags.
Items that can be placed in bags include:
- Plastic bottles
- Soda cans
- Glass bottles (clear, green, brown)
Business is asked to contact the city to lease cardboard recycling dumpster boxes.
Hazardous Waste Material
Household Hazardous Waste Day events are organized by Keep Williamson Beautiful. You can contact the office at (615) 790-5848 or visit the website here for information on upcoming events.
Here is a partial list of items that are usually collected at the event:
The Williamson County Landfill also accepts the items listed above year round. Please call the landfill office at (615) 790-0742 for more information.
Yard waste should be placed in biodegradable bags for collection arranged by the Sanitation and Environmental Services Department. Their bags are sold at retailers throughout the city, so under no circumstances should residents use plastic bags. Keep in mind that bags containing yard waste should not exceed 25 pounds.
Curbside collection is offered for bulk waste including furniture, mattresses, and appliances. All items should be placed outside along the curb by 7 am on the regular garbage collection day. Please be advised that this service does not include motorized equipment unless it has been drained of fluids.
Contact the Sanitation and Environmental Services office at (615) 794-1516 to schedule a pickup.
Steps you can take to get to Zero Waste
No one like wasting anything. Though we must admit we do probably enjoy wasting time through all the possibilities offered to us on our smart phones. But when it comes to garbage it is possible to get to the point where we are not wasting anything. Which seems like an impossibility but it is doable. However, it does take some planning and research but the concept of zero waste is a noble and achievable goal. Anything we can do to reduce or completely eliminate waste is a great idea for protecting and sustaining our Eco-systems. There are basically 5 steps you can take to greatly lessen the amount of garbage we take to the landfills each year. Theses steps are; Reduce, Recycle, Reuse, Refuse, and Compost or let it Rot.
Reduce: If most people would take a hard look at their closets I’m sure they would discover that they have articles of clothing and shoes that haven’t worn in years. And these items can be put to use by people who are less fortunate and will greatly appreciate getting clothes and shoes either at a thrift shop or making a charitable gift to an organization that will distribute these second-hand clothes to needy people. And the amount of homeless and those sinking below the poverty lines is getting larger every day. Americans throw away tons of uneaten food every day. So you could either reduce the amount of food you buy or donate any extra food to soup kitchens. They have plenty of mouths to feed.
Reuse: There are many ways you can reuse or re-purpose items around the house. You can start by taking a cloth bag with you grocery shopping and stop using plastics. Plastics are a huge problem if not recycled properly. You can use old newspaper for packing. Small jars can be used in the garage to store nails and screws. There a ton of web sites that will give a lot of good ideas on how to reuse every type of item around the house.
Refuse: Go to your local post office and demand that you do not want to receive junk mail anymore. Everybody gets it, hardly ever looks at it, and it ends up in the trash can which causes more waste and a loss of valuable resources, like trees.
Recycle: Recycling has become quite effortless today. Most city hall websites will instruct you how and what to recycle. Almost all cities offer recycling bins. And more and more municipalities are offering Single Stream Recycling which simplifies the process of recycling to the point that you don’t even have to sort recyclables. It’s pretty easy to do and really helps the environment.
Rot: Composting is a great idea for the garden. You can take old egg shells, tea bags, dryer lint and place them in into a compost bin. These items will break down and will be great fertilizers for your garden. And they will not be going to the landfill where we have too much waste.
Though it doesn’t seem like much if everyone would begin to think and act upon the concept of zero waste, it can be realized. The benefits will be immeasurable and we will have a cleaner, healthier environment. And that is the goal.