The Interlocal Solid Waste Authority was established in 1991 after the Solid Waste Authority Act of 1991 and is comprised of Franklin, Bedford, Lincoln and Moore Counties and the City of Tullahoma as members, as well as cities within these counties who have adopted resolutions to participate in the transportation and disposal of solid waste and in its education program.
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Carol Fulmer is waiting to help you. Call her: (931) 703-2435.
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Where does this go in Franklin County?
Business Cardboard Recycling
Call (931) 967-1139 NOW to get your free cardboard-only dumpster. It will be serviced on a regular weekly route. This can save you money on your waste haul bill, so CALL TODAY.
- Waste Oil & Waste Antifreeze: Used oil and antifreeze is collected for recycling at Franklin County Solid Waste Management located on Joyce Lane in Winchester and at the following Recycling and Convenience Centers: Alto, Capital Hill, Center Grove, Cowan, Estill Springs, Lexie Crossroads, Old Salem, Sewanee and Winchester Springs (limit 5 gallons per person per day).
Recycling and Concenience Center HOURS
Monday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
WINTER HOURS start after Labor Day and go through Memorial Day opening and closing one hour earlier on weekdays
- Don’t clog up your pipes and sewer lines; take your used cooking oil to the Recycling Center on Joyce Ln.
- Construction and Demolition must be disposed at theEstill Springs transfer station on Hwy. 41A in Estill Springs
- Large Items: Bulky items such as furniture, TVs, mattress, etc. can be disposed at Franklin County Solid Waste Management on Joyce Lane in Winchester or at the Estill Springs Transfer Station. .
- Household Hazardous Waste Event will be held each year at Franklin County Solid Waste Management on Joyce Lane in Winchester. The event is for the proper disposal of household and garden chemicals, oil based paint, batteries, electronics, fluorescent light bulbs, and mercury thermostats and thermometers. The next Household Hazardous Waste Event should be in spring subject to state approval. Call (931) 967-1139 for more information.
- Latex Paint: Useable paint can be donated and old unusable paint can be filled with kitty litter for drying and disposed in the garbage.
- Fluorescent Light Bulbs can be properly disposed at the Home Depot or Lowes or at the Franklin County Recycling Center on Joyce Ln.
- Plastic Bags: Most stores will take back their plastic bags. Please do not put store bags, plastic wrapping or strofoam in with the plastics recycling
- Education: "Is there anyone I can contact to do education workshops or booths, recycled crafts, environmental games, teacher in-service training, classroom programs or speeches on recycling, composting and waste reduction?" YES! Carol Fulmer, Regional Administrator of Education, Recycling and Waste Reduction for Interlocal Solid Waste Authority
ISWA holds the contract for waste disposal within the region. We also have a contract for the mulching of yard waste that members can utilize. The region also provides an education program for the schools and the general public on waste reduction and recycling.
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