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Williamson Recycles
Williamson County
Solid Waste Department
5750 Pinewood Road
Franklin, TN  37064

Hours
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Recycling Specialist
Jennifer Gosciniak

Ph: (615) 786-0166
Fax: (615) 791-6968

Williamson Recycles News

Twas the day after Christmas, when all through the house...
Was gift wrapping paper, cardboard boxes, and cards,
leftover food, shopping bags, and more!

The Christmas tree stood in the window.
Holiday greeting cards lay across the table.

What do we do with our leftovers this holiday season,
To keep from being wasteful beyond reason?

Why check out the Williamson Recycles holiday guide.
You can click here to view it now online!

Remember to reduce, reuse and recycle during this holiday season.
And to you all, Williamson Recycles sends warm holiday greetings!



Christmas Tree Recycling

Purchasing a fresh, cut Christmas tree? Remember to recycle your tree after the holidays! Click here to check out tree recycling locations available to Williamson County residents for free!


Shred Tuesday
P & H Properties, LLC provides a free Shred Tuesday service every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) located at 420 Century Court, Franklin, TN 37064.

We are pleased to announce an equipment upgrade from a 6hp to a 20hp Shredder that can shred 1.5-2 tons an hour. With this equipment, shredding is done in a jiffy.

Please remember to remove all metal clips from paper. Also, remove all paper from folders before shredding. Please follow the signs at the front of the building.

For more information about Shred Tuesday, click here.



Overview

Williamson Recycles is a public and private sector joint venture with the Landfill and Convenience Centers, in an effort to preserve the environment by making recycling an accessible and countywide effort. Williamson Recycles serves as the education division of the Solid Waste Department.

Interested in volunteering with Williamson Recycles? Click here to visit the Keep Williamson Beautiful page to find out ways you can help.


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