Topic: Bi-County Landfill
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville City Council members are considering water and sewer treatment rate increases proposed by the Clarksville Gas and Water Department designed to cover the costs of building a new water treatment plant and making other necessary improvements to the water and sewer systems.
Montgomery County, TN – The Bi-County Solid Waste Management Transfer Station, located at 1230 Highway Drive, is down to one lane due to damage inside the transfer station pit.
Bi-County is working with a contractor to get the repairs made as quickly as possible.
“We expect the transfer station pit to be down this week and possibly through April 21st,” explained Bi-County Director Mark Neblett. “We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate the cooperation of residents during this time.”
Montgomery County, TN – Bi-County Solid Waste Management will close all operations on Monday, February 15th, 2021 due to the dangerous road conditions expected in Montgomery County.
The main landfill and all convenience centers will be closed. All major haulers have been notified of the closure.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Government offices will open two hours later than normal operating hours on Friday, February 12th, 2021 due to icy conditions on bridges and some County roads. All offices are expected to be open by 10:00am.
The Montgomery County Health Department will begin administering vaccinations at 10:30am. For those who have an appointment for a vaccination at an earlier time frame please come in at 10:30am. The staff will work to provide vaccinations to everyone who had a scheduled appointment.
Montgomery County, TN – Bi-County Solid Waste Management’s Board of Directors met earlier this month to discuss changes to the current recycling program. Bi-County is fiscally responsible for the management of waste and recycling for Montgomery County and Stewart County.
Over the past few years, the recycling market has changed and landfill management costs have increased. After reviewing the program’s policies and finances, the Board voted to approve changes to paper and cardboard recycling.
Bi-County Solid Waste Management Requests Assistance, Patience to Relieve Large Loads at Convenience Centers
Montgomery County, TN – While residents shelter at home due to COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, they continue to work on spring cleaning and home projects. The increased amount of materials brought to the Bi-County Solid Waste Convenience Centers in a condensed period of time has continued to present a challenge at the centers.
The convenience centers are meant for smaller loads of bagged household waste, not large loads or large items.
Montgomery County, TN – With more people staying at home due the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many residents have been taking advantage of spring cleaning and home projects. This has resulted in an overload of materials at the Bi-County Solid Waste Convenience Centers in a short time span.
Bi-County Solid Waste Management Convenience Centers are meant for smaller loads of bagged household waste, not large loads or large items.
Montgomery County, TN – Bi-County Solid Waste Management is accepting storm debris at the main landfill at 3212 Dover Road in Woodlawn, Tennessee today, Sunday, October 27th, 2019 until 5:00pm.
The landfill operation is normally closed on Sundays but is open today to accommodate residents who would like to bring their storm debris to the landfill.
Montgomery County, TN – Did you know that every second 160,000 plastic bags are used around the world and on average each of those bags is only used for 12 minutes. Thousands of plastic bags eventually become litter and end up in waterways.
Even properly disposed of plastic bags can be a challenge. On windy days at Bi-County Landfill on Dover Road, bags catch the wind and fly about like small kites. It takes 4 employees over 3 hours each to collect them all.
Bi-County Solid Waste Management
Montgomery County, TN – Bi-County Solid Waste Management opened a new expansion cell at the landfill on August 8th, 2018. The first products were put into the cell on the day it opened.
“When I came on board in January 2017, we had about 14 to 16 months of Class I Airspace remaining. We managed to stretch that airspace to 19 months and beyond while we worked on permitting additional airspace and constructing the new cell,” said Bi-County Solid Waste Management Director David Graham.
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