In observance of Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25th, 2018, our office will be closed; the trash and recycling pick ups will run on a one day delay.

 For example Tuesday’s services will run on Wednesday and Wednesday's services will run on Thursday throughout the week.

 

 Please have your trash and/or recycling out between 6-7am for pick up day for us to service you, again trash and recycle will run on a one day delay for Christmas Day, Tuesday, Dec 25th.

***WCI offices will also be closed on Tuesday January 1st 2019, there will be NO DELAY for any collection services.***

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Waste Connections of Tennessee

Providing residential garbage removal, commercial garbage collection, and Tennessee Recycling Programs

Customer Service — 865-522-8161
Front Load & Roll-Off Dispatch — 865-522-0367

Posts for 2017

Recycle Eyeglasses

Everyone can get involved in the effort to recycle eyeglasses and Change Lives, One Pair at a Time.

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Recycling Cardboard

To keep useful materials out of the landfill, Waste Connections in Knoxville encourages customers to flatten and recycle cardboard boxes unless it has been contaminated.

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Are Styrofoam Cups, Plates, and Bowls Recyclable?

Are Styrofoam cups, plates, and bowls recyclable? Not in this market, so please place Styrofoam items in the trash cart.

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Prescription Drug Take-Back on April 29

Accidental exposure to medications can be a problem in the United States and it’s often in homes with young children, so it’s important to dispose of expired and old medications in the home as they present an unnecessary health risk.

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Dumpster Solutions for Businesses

We have dumpster options available for commercial, construction, and industrial waste removal service.

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Waste Connections is a Great Place to Work

If you want a career with a competitive, rapidly growing organization, think Waste Connections of Tennessee.

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Glass Not Allowed in Curbside Recycling

Beginning January, 1, 2017, glass will no longer be allowed in the curbside single stream carts. However, glass can be dropped at one of five locations citywide.

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