Monday, May 10, 2010

Flood debris recycling - Metro convenience centers to allow free visits this week

Metro convenience centers to allow free visits this week for residents with flood debris Public Works is waiving the usual fees at its three Recycling Convenience Centers this week to help Davidson County residents dispose of flood debris. Through this Sunday, May 16, three visits a day will be allowed at no charge. East Center 943A Doctor Richard G. Adams Drive/Mon.-Sat. 7:30am-5:00pm and Sun. Noon-4:00pm Omohundro Center 1019 Omohundro Place (entrance on Freightliner Drive)/Tues.-Sat.: 8:00am-4:30pm Anderson Lane Center 939A Anderson Lane, Madison/Tues.-Sat.: 8:30am-5 pm No oversized loads or vehicles with commercial tags will be allowed. Carpet/carpet pads, and small amounts of construction and demolition waste will be permitted; all loose materials should be bagged. Household hazardous waste (such as paint, cleaners and solvents), as well as flood-damaged electronics, should be taken to the East Convenience Center. Details are in Public Works' media release.

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