Christmas Tree Recycling Available to Wilson County Residents

tree recycle 2019

Rockwood Sustainable Solutions, for the 3rd year running, will offer free Christmas tree recycling for Wilson County residents beginning December 26th thru January 10th.

You can drop off your REAL trees at:

Rockwood Sustainable Solutions

510 Hartmann Dr.

Lebanon, TN 37087

A large container will be placed near the road, on site, for resident to drop their tree.  All trees will be 100% recycled into landscape mulch or fuel for electricity.  

Please remember to remove all ornaments and lights.

This year, Rockwood will also have a box, on site, for Christmas lights recycling.  If you have broken Christmas lights, removed from your tree, there will be a small box where you can deposit lights.  All lights will be sent to ERS- Electronics Recycling Solutions, a company built to provide jobs and workplace training for adults with autism.  

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Rockwood Sustainable Solutions.

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2020 Census is Just Around the Corner

The Census Bureau is interested in hiring temporary employees throughout Wilson County as they ramp up for the 2020 Census. Most of these jobs are work from home in local neighborhoods, have flexible hours and start at $16.50/hour + mileage with paid training and weekly pay. Apply here.

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Winter Hours for Wilson County Landfill

landfill winter hours

Convenience Centers

F-Tues: 7am - 5pm
W-Thurs: 7:30am - 5pm

 

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Star- Spangled Banner Day

Star- Spangled Banner Day

On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key saw the American Flag flying over Fort McHenry and was inspired to write the words of the “Star-Spangled banner. The National Society United States Daughters of 1812 and the Upper Cumberland Chapter have called for a day to observe the historical significance of our National Anthem. Pictured, Mayor Hutto signs a proclamation for Teresa Deathridge proclaiming September 14, 2016 as Star Spangled Banner Day.

Thank you to all our service men and women. 
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Music City Star Runs Special Train for the St. Jude Rock n Roll Nashville Marathon

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City of Lebanon's Annual Spring Clean Up

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