Alert: The Assessor of Property Office, located in Veteran’s Plaza, will be closed for mandatory employee training from noon to 4:30 p.m. this Friday, July 21. Please note that many Assessor of Property services such as searching real property data, aerial maps, and property valuation are available on the Assessor of Property web page at https://mcgtn.org/assessor. The Assessor of Property Office will resume normal business hours from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 24 and apologizes for any inconvenience the brief closure may cause.

Bi-County Solid Waste Management

Bi-County Solid Waste Management
3212 Dover Road
Woodlawn, Tennessee 37191
(  Map  |  Directions  )
Main Office: (931) 648-5751
Scale Office: (931) 553-5190
User Fee Inquiries: (931) 920-1805
General Questions:
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User Fee Questions:
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Recycling for Kids/Schools

Mary Anderson, education director for Bi-County, has worked to establish recycling teams in 21 of the 38  schools with a goal to have a recycle team in every CMCSS school, however every school recycles in some way even if there is not an organized recycle team.   The recycling teams are made up students and teachers who not only promote recycling to their peers but have the responsibility of gathering the recyclable items throughout the school. Bi-County provides all of the recycling containers for the schools. Recycling services for three private schools in the community – Clarksville Academy, Tabernacle Christian School and Immaculate Conception School, are also provided through Bi-County.

Bi-County increases its sustainability efforts through recycle teams within schools, educating students and others in the communities they serve at events like Rivers & Spires, Riverfest, America Recycles Day, and Career Day for all eighth grade students in Clarksville-Montgomery County under the direction of Bi-County Education Director Mary Anderson.

There are a total of 38 schools in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (24 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 7 high schools and a middle college. Bi-County serves every school’s recycling needs for paper and cardboard and over 20 schools for plastic recyclables. A percentage of the recycling proceeds are given back to the schools to be used for student instructional needs.

Student Recycling