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Welcome to Bi-County
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017
8:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.
1230 HIGHWAY DRIVE
(PARKING LOT ACROSS FROM HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT OFFICE)
Serving Montgomery County, Stewart County and Fort Campbell
Montgomery County and Stewart County formed a Solid Waste Authority in 1974. This foresight has lead to one of the best-run facilities in the United States. Known worldwide, Bi-County continues to operate a Class I Landfill, and two construction and demolition, Class III landfills. Bi-County was the first government run landfill in Tennessee to meet the Subtitle D regulations for solid waste.
David Graham became the new Director of the Bi-County Landfill on January 3, 2017. A seven member board governs the Bi-County Solid Waste Management System. Jay Albertia is the current Chairman of the Board.
The Bi-County Landfill, located off Dover Road, is where all trash is taken for Montgomery and Stewart Counties. Landfills are complex organizations required to meet challenging regulations that minimize negative effects on the environment’s air, land, and water.
In addition to meeting federal and state environmental regulations, Bi-County is also charged with increasing the amount of recycling taken in each year. We ask that you help us increase the life of our landfill by recycling at your organization and where you live. Beyond that we ask you, along with us, to reduce that amount of trash you generate. It is our pleasure to serve the people of Montgomery and Stewart County by providing you with a place for the proper disposal of your trash.
WASTE TIRE DISPOSAL
Due to Tire Grant Requirements Bi-County Solid Waste now requires PRIVATE Individuals to provide the following information when disposing of Waste Tires.
Name, Address, and Number of Tires
This information will be kept on file for the State of Tennessee to insure that residents from other Counties are not using Montgomery County facilities for tire disposal.