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DEPARTMENTS

Lewis County Services

Contact

LANDFILL & TRANSFER STATION

Lewis County Solid Waste

Josh Stutts, Director

641 Waynesboro Highway,

Hohenwald, TN 38462

FOR BILLING   (931) 796-3378 EXT 2053

FOR LANDFILL (931) 796-6058

8:00AM - 5:00PM

Monday - Friday

8:00AM - 2:00pm

Saturday

Convenience Site Locations

Lewis County Solid Waste Department provides a free, courtesy garbage pick up service every week at the locations listed below. This is for residential, household-type trash, as well as bagged recyclables such as clear plastic bottles, clear milk jugs, aluminum cans, and broken down cardboard.

This service is for Lewis County Residents ONLY and they must provide proof of up to date status on their Solid Waste fees by showing the attendant a sticker or receipt.

Items will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis as long as there is room. In order to have room in the garbage trailers to serve more residents, there is currently a limit of FIVE 55-gallon bags per household, or EIGHT 13-gallon bags per household. 

Tuesday 3-5PM

Wednesday 3-5PM

Thursday 3-5PM

Friday 3-5PM

Macedonia Church on Mt. Joy Road

Gandy Rd. & Buffalo Rd Intersection / Ridgetop Rd & Catheys Creek

Hinestown Church @ Summertown Hwy, Andrews Circle 6 @ Summertown Hwy

Slippery Road @ Sawmill on Cane Creek

Holidays

Per local ordiance, the Lewis County Transfer Station & Garbage Pick up Sites will be CLOSED on the following days: 

New Year's Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Presidents' Day

Good Friday

Memorial Day

Juneteenth

Independence Day

Labor Day

Octoberfest Friday

Veteran's Day

Thanksgiving Day

Friday After Thanksgiving

Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

New Year's Eve

January 1st

3rd Monday in January

3rd Monday in February

Friday prior to Easter

Last Monday in May

June 19th

July 4th

1st Monday in September

2nd Friday in October

November 11th

4th Thursday in November

4th Friday in November

December 24th

December 25th

December 31st

About Solid Waste

Due to a mandate from the Tennessee State Legislature, Lewis County assumed responsibility for solid waste disposal from the City of Hohenwald on October 17th, 1994.

 

The solid waste department of county government includes three different areas of disposal. There is a transfer station that handles disposal of household garbage. This refuse is loaded onto a trailer, compacted and transported to a Class I Landfill in Decatur County.

A Convenience Center for recycling is on site where materials such as cardboard, paper, scrap metal, aluminum, paper, electronics (currently computers and computer monitors), used batteries, oil and tires are received and separated for the recycling process. These items are picked by vendors who then pay Lewis County for these materials thereby generating revenue for Lewis County. These funds supplement the enterprise fees paid by residents and businesses.

In addition to the Transfer Station and the Convenience Center, Lewis County has a Class III Landfill which is used for demolition disposal. Brush, trees and all sorts of demolition materials such as scrap lumber, shingles and sheet rock are accepted. There are exceptions – materials that are considered to be hazardous by state standards may not be accepted. The Convenience Center, Transfer Station and Class III Landfill are all inspected by the State Department of Environment and Conservation on a regular basis.

The Lewis County Solid Waste Department currently has four full time employees and two part time employees. The full time employees include Josh Stutts, Solid Waste Director; Hailey Skelton, Secretary; Anna Snow, Secretary, Andy Seiber attendant; Josh Seiber attendant; Pete Reeves, attendant; Micheal Carroll, attendant, Richard Nicholson, part-time attendant; Time Moore, Part-Time attendant.

 

The two part time men go to off site locations in Lewis County to accept garbage out in the county. Drivers and employees of the Lewis County Solid Waste Department are always willing to assist patrons in whatever way that they can. The off site pick ups are located at designated days and areas from 3:00 until 5:00 PM.

City Garbage trucks, as well as private vehicles are assisted by the staff of the Lewis County Solid Waste Department.

Recycling Information

Cardboard- boxes, flats, etc.

Electronics- computers, printers, vacuum cleaners, etc.

Metal- all types of metal, clean and unclean.

Oil- used motor oil

Paper– shredded or non-shredded

Plastic containers– please locate the recycling symbol on the bottle and if it has a 1 or 2, we can recycle the container.  Please rinse out the container, mash it flat and keep the two plastics separate.

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