At least once a week, Waste Connections drivers are in neighborhoods performing an essential environmental service: safely removing waste. Our drivers watch out for the little children, the elderly, the distracted, and others on their routes.
One of our drivers in Knoxville, Charlie Brown, was recently recognized for his “Simple Acts of Kindness” by reporter Brittany Tarwater of Channel WVLT 9 on November 20, 2019. Brittany reports, “He’s known as the friendliest man in the neighborhood” and he’s helped many including a family with a very sick young boy named Cameron.
If you’re currently receiving physical monthly billing, but you’d prefer electronic delivery instead, then you should consider signing up for our online bill pay. Not only does it reduce clutter in your household, it is better for the environment.
In 1993, a new, sustainable tradition emerged from the recycle bins around Neyland Stadium and the Good Sports program was born. Since that time, the Good Sports program has expanded across campus, making an impact at the University of Tennessee, and through its School Challenge, with schools and students across the state.
An immaculate yard is something many homeowners strive to achieve. While some obstacles deter the accomplishment of having the best lawn in the neighborhood, there is one simple and green technique that is sure to bring life to your lawn.