The sanitation division is charged with the collection of residential and small commercial house hold refuse using twenty yard semi-automated rear loading refuse trucks. The refuse is placed at the curb in ninety gallon roll out carts each week.
In the event of a holiday, refuse will be picked up the next business day. Carts need to be placed at curbside by 6:00 a.m. Please leave cart there until you are serviced.
This account provides for the expenses of the City's commingled recycling program. The division funds two positions, provides for the maintenance of a semi-automated sanitation truck, and the contracted expense of separating and marketing the recyclables collected. The program is primarily a blue bag program meaning customers place recyclables in blue plastic bags for biweekly curb side collection. A limited number of blue carts have been placed with customers that have proven a high level of participation in the program.
#1-#7 Plastic drink and water bottles - plastic containers, milk jugs
Newspaper, magazines, telephone books, junk mail
Rinsed aluminum and tin cans
Glass bottles (clear, brown, green)
Flattened cardboard, cardboard egg cartons
Please refrain from containers with motor oil, cooking oil, or salad oil
Used paint: Hamblen County Landfill
Motor Oil and Antifreeze: Most auto parts stores
Computers and Small Electronics: Goodwill Material Recovery Facility or Morristown Goodwill
Large Appliances and Vehicles: Morristown Iron and Metal
Used Tires: Hamblen County Landfill
Used Needles: Hamblen County Landfill
Information for additional Recycling locations:
Goodwill Material Recovery Facility
121 Pope Road, Morristown, TN 37813
Morristown Iron and Metal Works
2540 Old Highway 25E, Morristown, TN 37813
Hamblen County Landfill
3849 Sublett Road, Morristown, TN 37813
City of Morristown Services - Locate a government facility (i.e. library, museum, post office, police & fire stations) and obtain information about trash and recycling services