Solid Waste/Landfill Director: Mac Nolen

1140 Haley Road
Murfreesboro TN
Phone: (615) 898-7739
Fax: (615) 898-7859

Recycling Center Hours:

For Electronic Collection
Monday - Thursday, Saturday
7:30 AM until 4:00 PM
Fridays, Sundays, and on all County Holidays

Electronic Waste
Electronic waste is collected for proper disposal each Monday through Thursday, and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at 1140 Haley Road in Murfreesboro. The County provides a small crew to assist residents in unloading electronic waste. The center will accept anything with an electric cord and batteries on those days. Because of the hazardous materials in televisions and computer monitors, the County is accessed a fee per pound by the vendor, therefore this fee is passed on to customers. All other electronic devices are disposed of free-of-charge. The current fee structure for televisions and monitors is as follows:

1- 20 pounds = $5.00
21- 40 pounds = $10.00
41 – 60 pounds = $15.00
61 – 80 pounds = $20.00
81 – 100 pounds = $ 25.00
101 – 120 pounds = $30.00
121 – 140 pounds = $35.00
141 – 160 pounds = $40.00
161 - 180 pounds = $45.00
181 - 200 pounds = $50.00

Fee continues at $5.00 per 20 pound increment.

Oil-Based Paint Disposal

The County also hosts an oil-based paint collection twice per year on the fourth Saturday of each March and each September from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., at 1140 Haley Road in Murfreesboro. Oil-based paint only is accepted. Learn more about about the proper solidification process of latex paint. The next Oil-Based Paint Collection for Proper Disposal is September 26th, 2015

Hazardous Waste Disposal
The next hazardous waste disposal for small businesses and households will be November 7th, 2015

Recyclable materials accepted are:
• broken down cardboard
• flattened plastic beverage containers
• newspaper, mixed paper and magazines
• glass containers
• aluminum cans
• steel cans      

Operation: Rutherford Recycles
Operation: Rutherford Recycles is a new campaign that was made to raise awareness about recycling in Rutherford County. Recycling is an important issue in our community, and it will only become more important in the future. Follow Operation: Rutherford Recycles on their Facebook page to stay up to date on events and contests.

The facility and grounds are available to all eligible persons regardless of age, race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, or veteran status. The facility and grounds will not be used by any organization that would put the County in competition with private business. Questions concerning the eligibility of use will be referred to the Public Works Committee of the Rutherford County Commission for resolution.