Read plan that Solid Waste Advisory Council is studying

Members of the Solid Waste Advisory Council (SWAC) and others listen to consultants during their Feb. 27 meeting. In the foreground are Rutherford County Solid Waste Director Mac Nolen, left, and Lynnisse Roehrich-Patrick, a member of the SWAC. Consultants on the platform include, from left, Jeff Postell of TriAD Environmental Consultants, and Kate Vasquez and Harvey Gershman, both with Gershman, Brickner and Bratton solid waste consulting firm.

The Rutherford County Solid Waste Advisory Council had a productive discussion on Tuesday March 27 about next steps in dealing with trash.

They were given a detailed report, which you can study for yourself. (This updates the report posted earlier on RenewalRutherford.com and includes the meeting agenda). Read it here.

Solid waste future on the table as committee meets tonight


A reminder: The Rutherford County Solid Waste/Advisory Steering Council will meet at 5 p.m. today in the County Commission chamber,  on the second floor of the County Courthouse, One Public Square, Murfreesboro. The public is invited to attend.

They will focus on specific options for solid waste – how to handle it and how to manage the process – as the current system approaches capacity.

 

Read report to Solid Waste Advisory Committee

Take a look at the detailed report for members of the Rutherford County Solid Waste Advisory Committee, link below. It will be discussed as the committee meets from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday in the County Commission chambers at the historic Rutherford County Courthouse. The public is welcome.

Report for Solid Waste Advisory Committee

Note that any recommendations in the report are just that — recommendations. Committee Members will decide what they will vote on at the meeting.